Air Force Officers Speak Out About UFO Sightings Near Nuclear Missles

Posted by on September 23rd, 2010

skitched-20100923-172155.jpgAccording to some retired Air Force officers, UFOs have a habit of hovering over military bases and shutting down nuclear missiles. Although they concede that the objects may not have been alien in origin, according to them, their memories are undeniable.

“I was on duty when an object came over and hovered directly over the site,” Salas said, regarding the March 16, 1967, event at Malmstrom AFB in Montana. “The missiles shut down, 10 Minuteman missiles. And the same thing happened at another site a week later,” he said.

Six former officials will discuss this happening and others at an event at the National Press Club. Please tell me someone who reads this site works there or will be attending that day. Please?

[Fox News]

2 Responses to “Air Force Officers Speak Out About UFO Sightings Near Nuclear Missles”

  1. Josh Bulloc Says:

    Maybe the aliens are afraid we will use the missiles against them or use them to destroy our land so they cannot take it over.

    Josh Bulloc

  2. Cmetzb Says:

    Caleb alerted me to the news that the “National Press Club hosted some retired military/FAA people who calmly stated that a UFO shut down their missile silo and they were told never to talk about it. Documents were declassified later. Other similar events turn out to be documented. The news was covered by Current’s Intel Hub and The Telegraph UK story”

    UPDATE: This following was emailed to me by a “long-time Boing Boing reader and current employee of the National Press Club” who wishes to remain anonymous:

    Just wanted to clarify a couple things about this UFO event you posted on:
    These guys just rented a room at the Press Club for their own purposes. Anyone can do this, and they frequently do — everything from press conferences to bar mitzvahs to television shows to elaborate pranks by The Yes Men have been held here in recent months. The UFO guys just attach our name to their event in an effort to give themselves some credibility. The Disclosure Project (for instance) continues to call the event they held here in 2001 a “Press Club Event,” which it was not.

    The Club’s position on these things is related to its position on the First Amendment: Basically, that people can come here and say whatever they want, but the Club doesn’t endorse (or condemn) them.

    Do with this info what you will… I just work here, and am not a spokesperson or anything, but wanted to at least give you this clarification. I will not discuss the fact that these “revelations” are nothing new… he was on Larry King a few years ago selling the same story.