From: Robert Hastings <ufohastings.nul> Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2012 21:32:50 -0500 (EST) Archived: Sat, 11 Feb 2012 10:49:16 -0500 Subject: Re: Did Unknown Intruders Erase ICBM Target Codes? >From: Don Ledger <dledger.nul> >To: post.nul >Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2012 14:13:49 -0400 >Subject: Re: Did Unknown Intruders Erase ICBM Target Codes? >There has always been a strong hint of electro-magnetic energy >associated with this phenomenon so erased tapes could just be a >by-product of the phenomenon's presence. And the tapes didn't >need to be erased; just corrupted to make them useless. Micro- >wave activity (possibly broad-band in nature) has been evident >as well. >EMP could be a possibility depending on what drives this >phenomenon. [Book Excerpt] Their impact on U.S. national security, they conceivably provide insight into the motivations of those operating the UFOs. Unlike the cases of mere surveillance at ICBM sites, these incidents may well represent an intentional effort to interfere with our ability to launch nuclear missiles. However, before we can ascertain this with some degree of confidence, we need to know whether the shutdowns [and activations] were indeed premeditated acts or merely the result of some kind of field effect generated by the UFOs which inadvertently caused the disruptions. While I and most of my former/retired USAF sources believe that the malfunctions were intentional and meant to be demonstrations of some sort, no one outside of the Pentagon and CIA knows for certain. Of course, it's possible that those folks are as much in the dark as the rest of us." [End Of Book Excerpt] In short, I have of course considered the possibility of EM effects _inadvertently_ disrupting the missiles. However, other reports from the nuclear sites undercut the viability of this scenario. I am thinking of those cases when the UFOs are observed sending down laser-like beams onto missile sites and weapons storage depots - which to me are suggestive of a deliberate targeting operation of some kind. I will not go into the details of any of those cases here. However, I will send summaries of them to anyone who writes me at: ufohastings.nul Moreover, one case in particular leaves no doubt that our nuclear weapons are indeed being intentionally targeted: The Big Sur Incident. Despite the misleading claims, some of them seemingly intentional, by "skeptics" (who have unpublicized but documented links to the US government's nuclear weapons program) and the uninformed observations of persons not familiar with the details of the case, it appears that a UFO was indeed captured on motion picture film as it paced, circled and shot down a dummy nuclear warhead during a test flight. I will answer no questions about this incident from others posting on this List until they can demonstrate to me that they have read, entirely, my latest article on the event, including the letters written by the principles (ex-USAF officers) inserted at the end of it. I am just so tired of those who will opine online for hours about the Big Sur case, but will not first spend even a few minutes acquainting themselves with the _actual_ facts. My most recent article on the incident may be found at: http://www.ufohastings.com/articles/deep-denial-or-disinformation For those who question the credibility of the two officers who have reported the warhead shootdown incident, Drs. Bob Jacobs and Florenze Mansmann, I will simply point out that different military personnel and civilian missile program specialists have independent divulged _other_ incidents of UFOs pacing our nuclear warheads in flight. Indeed, this June 17, 1974 New York Times piece appears in the linked article above: ----- "HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Experts at an Army missile base say they are puzzled about strange 'ghost ships' picked up by powerful radar scanner in the Pacific during a tracking exercise last summer. There has been little official comment on what the scientists found during the exercise, but Major Dallas Van Hoose, an Army spokesman, confirmed recently that 'some unexplained aerial phenomena' were observed during the exercise last August . Scientists, many of whom are reluctant to be named in interviews because of general public skepticism over unidentified flying objects, say privately they have been unable to find any explanation for the 'ghost ships.' 'We have never seen anything precisely like this before,' said one ballistic missile defense expert who works for an Army agency here and who is familiar with the advanced radar used to test missiles and warheads. Huntsville houses the Army's ballistic missile defense systems command which tests in the Kwajelein Atoll region of the Marshall Island Trust Territory held by the U.S. Last August the Air Force launched a Minuteman ICBM from Vandenberg Air Force base aimed for the Kwajelein missile range which is used by the Army, Air Force, and Navy. The radar experts in the Pacific found they were also tracking an unidentified flying object next to the ICBM's nose cone. Radar picked up an inverted saucer-shape object to the right and above the descending nose cone and watched it cross the warhead's trajectory to a point which was below and to-the-left of it before the phantom ship disappeared. The ghost ship was described as being 10-feet high and 40-feet long. Two separate radar systems saw it at the same time which may eliminate the probability that there was a malfunction in one of the radar systems. It was also reported that 3 other identical objects were seen in the vicinity - the same size, shape, and dimensions. One scientist said the data indicated that the phantom ship 'flew under its own power' but could not explain what sort of 'power' was involved. So far none of the experts here believe the ghost ship was a natural phenomenon caused by freak weather conditions or echoes commonly seen on radar screens." ----- So, apparently, the incident described by Jacobs and Mansmann was not unique. Regarding the ballistic missile expert's statement about never having seen "anything precisely like this before", given that the 1964 Big Sur incident was immediately classified Top Secret - with only a handful of individuals knowing the facts - it would have been unknown to other military and civilian personnel conducting missile tests a decade later. As for the UFO's apparent shape, I'm unclear as to how radar could have determined it was an "inverted saucer". This statement seems to be a garbled journalistic description, which inadvertently combined both radar and photographic data, as described by the sources quoted in the story. If all of this were not enough, according to retired Minuteman missile targeting technician John Mills, similar incidents occurred at Vandenberg during the 1980s, including the unexplained disappearance of dummy warheads during tests where unexplained objects were filmed flying near them. In one of those cases, a beam of light was reportedly filmed being directed from some object out of camera frame at the multiple warhead "bus" being tested. Some of the MIRVs on the bus simply disappeared by the time it splashed down in the ocean and was recovered. According to Mills, NORAD confirmed that no Soviet satellite was near the test area at the time of the incident. Mills' comments may be found at: http://tinyurl.com/3hnlnyb In conclusion, there are credible reports from ex-military sources of UFOs deliberately interfering with nuclear missile systems, ruling out an "incidental EM effect" scenario in those cases. My view, again, is that all of the missile shutdowns and activations are deliberate and demonstrations of some sort. Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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