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I-Team: New Film Claims UFOs Monitored Nuclear Weapons

by George Knapp and Matt Adams           (lasvegasnow.com)

• In 1955, 14 A-bombs were detonated at the Nevada Test Site as part of Operation Teapot. This was witnessed by thousands of military personnel and test site employees… and UFOs. “[Flying saucers] were pretty prevalent at the test site back then,” said a former test site photographer. At least a dozen former test site employees have told similar stories about UFOs showing up hours or days after an atomic blast. A group of more than 150 military veterans, missile officers, and security personnel, including many who worked at the Nevada Test Site, say they’ve seen mystery intruders over nuclear facilities.

• Author and UFO investigator Robert Hastings has interviewed more than 150 military veterans, missile officers, and others who worked in various parts of the atomic weapons program. They’ve all told the same story. “In fact, UFOs have routinely monitored our nuclear weapons dating back decades and that, on occasion, apparently have interfered with the functionality of those weapons,” Hastings said. In addition, thousands of pages of government documents have been declassified and released to buttress these stories.

• See the pair of video clips from the film “UFOs and Nukes: The Secret Link Revealed” that includes incidents where UFOs have not only infiltrated restricted airspace over nuclear missile bases, but have disabled ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles) and put the military on high alert. In one incident from the film, military photographers using telescopic lenses watch as a UFO disables a warhead used in a missile test fired from Vandenberg. “Flying over the Pacific suddenly this domed disc came into frame, circled the warhead, which is flying at 8 or 10,000 miles-per-hour, shot four beams of light at it, whereupon the dummy warhead fell into the Pacific Ocean and the UFO left the vicinity,” Hastings said.

• UFO incidents at the Nevada Test Site became so routine that teams were assigned the job of specifically looking for them at Indians Springs Air Force Base. “They were all luminous, they were disc-shaped, some of them were square-shaped. We were to pick up a telephone in this little shack. There was no dial tone. A voice would just come on. We would read off all these coordinates, the direction of the object, etcetera, then when we wrote this stuff down on a piece of paper, we were to burn the paper in a trash can in the shack,” Hastings said.

• The government ended atomic weapons testing years ago, but Nevada incidents continue. Former security officers at Area 2 at Nellis Air Force Base, for years a storage facility for up to 200 nuclear warheads, have reported multiple intrusions by UFOs from the late 1990s through 2004. Similar incidents have been reported in the UK, India, Pakistan, Russia and other nuclear powers.

[Editor’s Note]  See January 29, 2018 ExoNews article on Hastings and various incidents of UFO’s monitoring blast sites.

 

LAS VEGAS – Officially, the U.S. government ended its study of UFOs in 1969 because — it assured the public — there is no proof the phenomena represents a threat to national security.

But what if these unknown aircraft showed an interest in our nuclear weapons?

A group of more than 150 military veterans, missile officers, and security personnel, including many who worked at the Nevada Test Site, say they’ve seen mystery intruders over nuclear facilities.

Robert Hastings

In the darkest days of the Cold War, atomic weapons were routinely exploded above ground at the Nevada Test Site, the most nuked placed on earth.

In 1955, 14 A-bombs were detonated as part of Operation Teapot, witnessed by thousands of military personnel in trenches, and by thousands of test site employees. But there were other observers as well.

“It was what we called flying saucers. They were pretty prevalent at the test site back then,” said a former test site photographer.

At least a dozen former test site employees have told similar stories about unknown aircraft showing up hours or days after an atomic blast.

Author and investigator Robert Hastings has spent more than 40 years locating and interviewing military veterans, missile officers, and others who worked in various parts of the atomic weapons program, more than 150 of them so far. They’ve all told the same story.

“That, in fact, UFOs have routinely monitored our nuclear weapons dating back decades and that, on occasion, apparently have interfered with the functionality of those weapons,” Hastings said.

In addition to the eyewitness accounts, thousands of pages of formerly-classified documents have been released to buttress these stories.

5:27 minute video excerpt from “UFOs and Nukes: The Secret Link Revealed”

4:30 minute video excerpt from “UFOs and Nukes: The Secret Link Revealed”

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