Home/ News / World/  Ex-US Air Force captain says UFO attacked nuclear missile base, damaged weapons

Earthy beings are not ‘alien’ to Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) attacks. Spy balloons, UFO are almost a regular sighting causing suspicion among people governments and administrations. 

Residents of the planet Earth have often shared experiences of with UFOs and alien spotting. Notably, there has been no proof of the existence of either aliens or UFOs. 

According to reports, there has been a designated location for alien research, and it is known as Area 51. It is a highly protected area, and it is rumoured that it has some confidential information about these extraterrestrial beings.

A retired US Air Force captain Robert Salas has shared his experience of spotting a UFO on the show National Geographic’s UFOs: Investigating the Unknown.

The former US Air Force captain revealed how a UFO attacked his nuclear missile station. 

He revealed that 10 nuclear missiles were kept in a subterranean bunker when reddish-orange lights were seen moving towards them. He also added that they had deactivated all the missiles, and the guards had to escape from the location to protect themselves.

He further stated that he got a call from one of the members of his unit.

Robert stated, “I sort of disregarded it. In fact, I asked, ‘You mean like UFOs? About five minutes later, he phones back screaming". He felt that he was sure by then that they were being attacked, and when the lights changed from green to red throughout the board, it was clear that the missiles were no longer functional.

He added that despite the fact that most of the nuclear missiles were damaged during the incident, no official inquiry was opened on the matter. He also revealed that chiefs in his unit were compelled to sign contracts stating that they would maintain confidentiality regarding the matter. 

However, after three years, the US government officially closed the investigation, stating that the documented sightings of the UFO had not caused any threat or damage.


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Updated: 16 May 2023, 09:58 PM IST
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