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The Atomic Bombings' 70th Anniversary

UFOs Have Monitored Nukes From the Beginning

This week marks the 70th Anniversary of the atomic bombings of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, by the U.S. Army Air Force, which essentially resulted in the end of World War II.

Beginning in the late-1960s, the Freedom of Information Act has been used by researchers to declassify thousands of U.S. government documents which confirm that UFO activity has repeatedly occurred at atomic/thermonuclear weapons sites during this seven-decade period.

UFO incursions at U.S. atomic/thermonuclear weapons sites, extending from the 1940s to nearly the present day, are well-established. Hundreds of U.S. military veterans and thousands of declassified Army, Air Force, Navy, FBI, and CIA documents make reference to these incidents. In fact, it can now be said that UFOs apparently monitored our atomic weapons program even before Hiroshima and Nagasaki were bombed in August 1945.

Christopher Cabrera recently told me, “I was a Security Forces member in the United States Air Force from 1998 to 2002. Beginning in October 1998, I was stationed at Nellis AFB, Nevada, where I witnessed two separate, strange and unexplainable incidents while on duty.” He continued,

First, this article has absolutely nothing to do with the bogus claims currently being made by the promoters of the so-called Roswell Slides, which allegedly show the body of a dead alien.

No, my title refers to a far more credible revelation. Victor Marchetti, the former Special Assistant to CIA Director Richard Helms, first mentioned that rumors of recovered UFOs and dead aliens had been circulating among high-level agency staffers in a 1979 article in Second Look magazine, although most people are completely unaware of this fact.

A summary of this incident was initially posted online by Roger Marsh, Communications Director for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), and designated Case 60648. I sought and received permission to contact the witness.

On Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1982, U.S. Army Military Policeman (M.P.) Christopher Grooms was on guard duty in Tower 5 at the U.S. Army Special Weapons Depot at Kriegsfeld, a nuclear weapons storage and maintenance site in Rhineland-Palatinate, West Germany.