This morning in Washington, DC, several former US military officers confirmed in a press conference that they had witnessed UFOs tampering with US nuclear missile control sites.
This press conference took place at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
In these speeches, excerpted below, we hear about a 1967 UFO sighting in Montana, at a nuclear missile launch control facility. We hear about a 30-foot diameter object, covered in glowing red light, that was hovering outside the perimeter fence around the facility. It made no noise. Shortly thereafter, the missiles in the facility became "unlaunchable;" they had mysteriously shut down. It was called a "guidance and control system failure." Nobody at the base knew how to explain the event, and they were ordered never to talk about it. This was ultimately dubbed the "Echo Flight Incident."
Below we hear from two more witnesses about how the Air Force was telling officers with sufficient clearance that UFOs were interfering with nuclear missile sites. We also learn that Boeing was investigating UFOs in the 1970s, and were asked by the Air Force to stop doing it. Apparently a number of the UFOs were over Montana. We also hear that these UFOs were apparently common enough that the Air Force actually had a protocol for dealing with them. One person says he and his team witnessed a UFO landing in a canyon in Montana.
Given the appointment of an ambassador to extraterrestrials at the U.N. last week, we can't help but wonder whether we're on the cusp of a full disclosure from the US government that they've been in contact with creatures from other worlds.
At the end of the press conference this morning, a UFO researcher speculated that perhaps aliens were expressing concern that nukes could destroy the human race, or the planet. But the fact is, if these UFOs are piloted by aliens, nobody really knows what they're doing. One witness testified that he'd been told that the government had been in contact with aliens but that nobody knew what they wanted - the aliens had explained nothing, and given no signs of being interested in communicating further.