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.
Moreover, hundreds of U.S. military veterans have come forward and revealed their involvement in one or another of these UFO incursions at nuclear test areas, bomb and missile warhead storage facilities, and deployment sites such as ICBM silos.
On September 27, 2010, a former U.S. Air Force ICBM launch officer, Captain Robert Salas, and I sponsored the “UFOs and Nukes” press conference in Washington D.C., during which seven U.S. Air Force veterans described various UFO incidents at nuclear weapons sites. CNN live-streamed the event and the full-length video may be viewed on this website.
Given the great many disclosures—in documents and witness testimony—it’s clear that those aboard (or who remotely control) the UFOs are very interested in our nuclear weapons program.
Significantly, documents smuggled out of Russia by investigative television reporter George Knapp confirm that the Soviets had similar experiences at their ICBM sites during the Cold War as well. In other words, their weapons were targeted too.
Consequently, it seems evident that the UFOs involved in these incidents were being operated by a technologically-advanced third party, neither American nor Russian. So, if this is the case, who are they?
UFOs and Nukes: A Historic Overview
Here are just a few of the incidents that are currently known about, together with the dates they occurred, and a linked-article or declassified document that provides detailed information about them: