Nuclear Weapons Websites Are In Deep Denial UFOs

Nuclear Weapons Websites Are In Deep Denial About UFOs Declassified U.S. government documents confirm that UFOs have repeatedly visited nuclear weapons sites—laboratories, plutonium production plants, bomb test ranges, missile warhead storage depots, ICBM launch silos—as early as December 1948.

Furthermore, KGB and Ministry of Defense documents released or leaked following the collapse of the U.S.S.R. verify that the Soviets also experienced such incursions at their nuclear facilities during the Cold War era.

In short, someone or something operating highly superior aerial craft has been monitoring and sometimes disrupting the functionality of American and Russian nuclear weapons for decades.

Moreover, the situation is quite current. According to U.S. Air Force missile maintenance technicians, a huge, cigar-shaped object was repeatedly sighted on October 23, 2010, as it maneuvered above F.E. Warren Air Force Base’s ICBM field. Coincidentally or not, on that date the base could not, for several hours, communicate with (or launch, had the need arisen) 50 of its Minuteman III missiles.

A summary of the startling incident—featuring the initial story about it in The Atlantic, which did not mention the UFO-angle—may be found at:

Huge UFO Sighted Near Nuclear Missiles During October 2010 Launch System Disruption

Over the past 38 years I have interviewed nearly 130 U.S. military veterans, most of whom were eyewitnesses to one or more UFO incursions at ICBM sites or Weapons Storage Areas (WSAs). Seven of those individuals spoke at my September 27, 2010 press conference in Washington D.C., which CNN streamed live.

The full-length video of the event is seen below:

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