On January 3, 2023, I was contacted by Sean Kirkpatrick , the director of the newly-established UAP (UFO) investigations group at the Pentagon—the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO)—which was recently mandated by Congress. An investigator on Capitol Hill, who I will not identify at his request, had read my book, UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, and brought it to Kirkpatrick’s attention, noting its examination of more than a hundred UFO incursions at nuclear weapons sites during the Cold War era and beyond, as reported by the military veterans who had witnessed the incidents.
In the early 1970s, Michael D. Jenkins was a member of the 96th Security Police Squadron (SPS), located at Dyess AFB, Texas. At that time, the base was home to the 96th Bombardment Wing, composed of nuclear-armed B-52 bombers. The nukes were stockpiled at the Weapons Storage Area (WSA), operated by the 96th Munitions Maintenance Squadron (MMS).
Retired USAF Technical Sergeant Thomas E. Johnson recently emailed me and said,
I was a Flight Security Supervisor (FSS) for the Minuteman missiles at Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, from May 1973 until December 1978. We had an incident around 1977, when strange lights took over our missiles. You may already have this data, so I won't go into it deeper. I just wanted to confirm that these incidents were happening.
Over the past 44 years I have interviewed more than 160 U.S. military veterans regarding their involvement in nuclear weapons-related UFO incidents. Many of the cases occurred at Minuteman Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) sites during the Cold War era. Typically, a two-man team of missile launch officers at an underground Launch Control Center (LCC) would receive an alarm on their missile-status console, indicating a possible security breach at one of the ten, widely-scattered Launch Facilities (LFs) they controlled. A two-man Security Alert Team (SAT) would then be dispatched to that location to investigate.
The reality of UFO incursions at American nuclear weapons facilities has been convincingly established. Hundreds of U.S. military veterans now openly discuss these ominous incidents and thousands of declassified government documents affirm their revelations.
My 48-minute documentary film, UFOs and Nukes: The Secret Link Revealed, is now available at Vimeo On Demand. The evidence presented in it makes clear that humans’ deadliest weapons have been, since their development and use during World War II, under intense scrutiny by still-unidentified observers operating tremendously advanced aerial craft.
Smithsonian Channel’s series UFOs Declassified, which originally aired in January 2015, is currently being rebroadcast. While attempting to appear objective—considering both sides of the UFO controversy—the carefully-crafted overall impression is that “science and logic” have clearly demonstrated that no credible evidence for UFOs as an anomalous phenomenon exists.
However, persons having a detailed knowledge of the cases covered will quickly discern that the impression is disingenuous, shaped by the misstatement of facts, the omission of other relevant facts, faux logic, and a reliance on skeptical “experts” who have never studied UFOs but nevertheless attempt to present themselves as authority figures on the topic.
Over the past 42 years I have interviewed more than 150 military veterans regarding their involvement in nuclear weapons-related UFO incidents at various bases around the world. My book, UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, provides a comprehensive summary of their revelations. My website presents excerpts from it, as well as interviews with veterans whose experiences were only brought to my attention after the book was published in 2008. Declassified documents verifying the existence of a UFO-nuclear weapons connection are also available for inspection.
A number of those veterans describe UFO incursions at nuclear weapon depots, primarily the many U.S. Air Force Weapons Storage Areas (WSAs) including those at Malmstrom, Loring, Wurtsmith, F.E. Warren, Kirtland and Fairchild AFBs, as well as at the RAF Bentwaters base in England.
UFO incursions at U.S. atomic/thermonuclear weapons sites, from the 1940s onward, are detailed in thousands of declassified Army, Air Force, Navy, FBI, and CIA documents. Moreover, hundreds of U.S. military veterans have now discussed their involvement in one or more of those incidents in video interviews.
One of them, former U.S. Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade Clarence R. “Bud” Clem, says that a UFO monitored one of our fissile materials facilities—the Hanford plutonium-production plant in Washington State—on three different nights in January 1945, some seven months before Hiroshima and Nagasaki were bombed. Clem says that members of his Navy Hellcat F6F fighter squadron chased them away.
Offener Brief von Robert L. Hastings an die deutsche Öffentlichkeit und Medienlandschaft:
Am 27.September 2010 berichteten mehrere grosse Medienorganisationen weltweit über die "UFOs und Atomwaffen- Pressekonferenz" in Washington D.C., der Amerikanische UFO-Forscher Robert L. Hastings und sieben ehemalige Offiziere der US-Luftwaffe versammelten sich an diesem Tag im Washingtoner National Press Club, um über UFO-Sichtungen über militärischen Atomanlagen während der Zeit des Kalten Krieges zu berichten. Bei mehreren Vorfällen wurden wiederholt nukleare Gefechtsköpfe ausser Betrieb gesetzt, während in der Nähe diskusförmige Flugobjekte über den Anlagen schwebten.
Der Medienriese CNN hielt diese Veranstaltung für so bedeutend, dass er sie live übertrug. Das Video findet man auf www.ufohastings.com sowie auf Youtube.
Darüber hinaus wurde über diese Pressekonferenz ausgiebig und an erster Stelle von anderen Medien berichtet, und zwar in vielfältigen Artikeln von Journalisten und Reportern diverser Nachrichtenagenturen in den Vereinigten Staaten (USA), Grossbritannien, Russland, Japan, China, Indien, Australien, Irland, Kanada, Neuseeland und in anderen Ländern.
Ungeachtet dieser umfassenden internationalen Berichterstattung wurde in den deutschen Medien nicht ein einziger Artikel oder Bericht zu dieser Konferenz veröffentlicht.
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.