A former nuclear missile base boss who later developed backpacks for NASA Apollo astronauts has claimed that a UFO has crippled ten of its nukes in its silo.
Retired US Air Force Captain David D. Shindale alleged yesterday that the bizarre incident unfolded in 1966, when he was the missile launch crew commander at Minot Air Force Base Missile Field in North Dakota.
But the former soldier was ordered never to breathe about what he saw, he heard in a stunned press conference.
Along with other former US Air Force chiefs, Captain Schindell was providing evidence of how aliens allegedly tampered with weapon systems during tests on nuclear targets, and even fired Doomsday missiles. disabled.
In his testimony at the National Press Club in Washington DC, he said: “I was involved in a UFO incident at the time where a flying object was tampered with and destroyed a total of ten nuclear-tipped ICBM missiles . Launchable.”
I was involved in a UFO incident at the time where a flying object rammed and shot down a total of ten nuclear-tipped ICBM missiles.
David D. Schindel
Captain Shindell said he awoke at the base in December 1966, following radio reports of UFO sightings by civilians in a nearby neighborhood.
Upon reaching the top of the underground missile control room, the site manager took them to a ground-based “security center” to tell them that they and other security guards saw a flying saucer flying outside a window.
Presenting a map at yesterday’s press conference, Captain Shindele said: “Hey [site manager] described a large object just outside the perimeter fence, with a bright flashing light, but without noise, and it hovered close to the ground.”
Captain Schindel said: “I estimated the object to be 80 to 100 feet wide, based on how he estimated the size from his outstretched arms.
“After several minutes had passed, the object was again at the north end of the building and out of sight.
“But it then became visible to the security guards.”
Meanwhile, terrified security personnel crouched inside, peeping through the windows at the floating and glowing craft.
Captain Schindell recalled: “It was a short time before the object took off and disappeared within a second.
“They [security guards] Watching us all confirmed a terrifying experience, which I could tell from the tone of his voice and his facial expressions.
“They knew the object was not a helicopter. Base helicopters don’t fly at night, especially without notifying the facility.”
He claimed that he then moved the elevator to the nuclear missile launch control room 60 feet below the ground.
It was very disturbing and disturbing for us when we tried to understand the reality of the situation that had come before us.
Captain David D Schindel
Here, the on-duty crew said the missiles went down when the UFO was hovering next to the main gate and above the underground control room capsule.
Captain Shindele said: “All the missiles indicated a malfunction of the guidance and control systems. We had never seen such a situation. It was completely new to us.
“And it was very upsetting and upsetting for us when we tried to understand the reality of the situation that had come before us.”
Other “missiles” claim they had similar strange encounters. Worryingly for mankind, some report unidentified objects interfering with primed nuclear missiles in their silos.
‘Status of base UFO encounters’
Former Air Force officer, Robert Salas, was the on-duty commander of an underground launch control facility assigned to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, US, on March 24, 1967.
They claim that all ten of their intercontinental ballistic missiles have been disabled.
Salas added eight days earlier, on March 16, 1967, a similar incident had occurred at another launch control facility.
Like other service personnel, he now hopes the military is moving towards revelations.
An important development in this direction came in June when the Pentagon UAP Task Force Report Which revealed 144 unexplained UFO encounters.
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