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Retired ICBM Launch Officer Says Incident -- Only One of Many Sightings at the Base

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Hovering UFO Directs Beam of Light Down Onto Nuclear Missile Silo at Ellsworth AFB:

Retired ICBM Launch Officer Says Incident

Only One of Many Sightings at the Base


By Robert Hastings

     Declassified U.S. government documents and the testimony of former/retired military personnel confirm the reality of intermittent UFO ACTIVITYDescription: at American nuclear missile sites over the years. Six of those veterans spoke about such incidents at my UFOs and Nukes press conference in Washington D.C. on September 27, 2010. CNN streamed the event live and a full-length video can be seen below:

Another individual, retired U.S. Air Force Major Gaylan W. King, who was a Minuteman missile launch officer at Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, in the mid-1960s, recently told me the following during a taped telephone conversation:
I think this happened in 1967 but it may well have been in ’66. I was a Captain, a Missile [Combat] Crew Commander, with the 66th Strategic Missile Squadron. We experienced several cases of UFOs hovering over sites. Everyone knew that there were weird things going on.

The most interesting occurrence—of about 10 to 15—happened one night at another flight, Charlie. I was in the Echo capsule that night and heard what happened on the Primary Alert System. Following the security violation [alarms], both Outer and Inner, they sent out a Strike Team and received a visual report of a UFO hovering over a Launch Facility—I don’t remember which one—with some kind of light beam coming down from the bottom of the UFO to the site. The team leader told the commander at Charlie that the object looked like a ‘flying saucer’ and the beam was described as reddish in color. The craft then took off at high speed.

This report went immediately up the chain [of command] to SAC Headquarters. Soon, black, unmarked Hueys showed up at Ellsworth. They were constantly coming and going, from the base out to the countryside. You know, we had 150 missiles scattered around out there. Anyway, the Hueys were strategically stationed around the greater area of the 44th Strategic Missile Wing—I guess to get a look at the UFOs—which were very evident for three to four weeks.

The crews of those choppers came to the Officers Club but spoke to no one and disappeared as quickly as they appeared. They weren’t Air Force; they were probably working for the CIA or NSA or some group like that. Short hair, dark clothes, kept to themselves. They were different and stuck out. They were all over the place. I’d love to know who they were.

As soon as they showed up, everything began to clamp down. We heard nothing about the results [of their investigations], but I spoke with some of the security Strike Team commanders, all NCOs, who actually saw the unidentified intruders. This scenario apparently happened at all or most of the Minuteman wings. We heard about that through the grapevine. I have no doubt what the objects were.

The incidents described by Gaylan King are only a small part of the still-ongoing UFO-Nukes Connection, as described in my 600-page BOOKDescription: and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, available only at my website, 

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