The National Press Club held a press conference recently revealing a minimum of 120 top-level US Air Force personnel who witnessed unidentified objects and lights in the skies surrounding America’s nuclear missile sites. They used the term “incursion” because this is the most restricted air space in the world and the aircraft that penetrated the zone were too fast to be followed or fired upon. The Washington Post was also in attendance and elaborated more:
Hastings said that because similar incidents had occurred in the Soviet Union – as attested to in declassified KGB files – it was not the Russians messing with us or us messing with the Russians…The UFO that Pat McDonough saw when part of an Air Force geodetic survey team in 1966 was round and about 300 feet in diameter…Charles Halt, who in 1980 was the deputy commander at a U.S. base in the east of England, said On Dec. 27 he was summoned to a forest near the base by a security team who had spotted strange lights. “Off in the forest was a bright glowing object,” he said, “like a red, blinking eye dropping molten metal.”
The Daily Telegraph out of London also ran the story and focused more on the shocking revelation from these military officers that the UFOs which got a little too close for comfort to these restricted nuclear weapons sites actually SHUT DOWN and deactivated certain weapons in both the United States and England. Here’s one US Air Force Captain’s account of what happened:
Capt Salas continued: “I was on duty when an object came over and hovered directly over the site. “The missiles shut down – 10 Minuteman missiles. And the same thing happened at another site a week later. There’s a strong interest in our missiles by these objects, wherever they come from.
You can read the Daily Telegraph’s story here.