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There must be a high NASA personnel presence out in that facility guiding projects?
reply to post by UKWO1Phot
Thanks for your post. If there are giant triangles, and they are owned by our military, they would be stored in the last (or next to last) place that we would think to look.
They've been around, and unconfirmed, too long to have been kept in an obvious place.
A question that has been bothering me lately is the space South West of Groom Lake (Area 51); that is in between the dry lake bed (Main Airfield/Base) and the area know as Contact "Blackjack". "Blackjack" is a live fire bomb range. The area in question is located at 37° 7'8.02"N 115°35'35.73"W. Searching for all of this of Google Earth, which obviously is going to be doctored, I found this area very interesting because out of all the parts of Area 51 we do get to see, this one just so happens to have giant clouds covering the entire area. There are visible and defined roads running throughout the site. Many of which lead through nothingness to eventually lead to a crossroads slightly North of the "Cloudy Zone".
Sorry for being long winded, the question I am asking is, "Do you have any knowledge or have you heard any rumors about the area at the coordinates? It just seems like if Area 51 is what a lot of us on here think it is, and with rumors of underground bases around the country, doesn't it seem odd that they chose to poorly place clouds in a mountainous area that could have the entrances to such bases in view?
Point being, this looks like simple slight of hand to me. Show me something so I won't look at something better.
For airspace safety, the Range Communicator coordinates with Silverbow Tower at the TTR Airfield, Nellis Air Traffic Control Facility (NATCF), and Nellis Air Force Base Range Control Operations Center (Blackjack). The restricted airspace over TTR, as well as the entire Nevada Test and Training Range, is controlled by the 98th Range Wing located at Nellis Air Force Base.
reply to post by Zaphod58
I was being sarcastic, an intact plane can not fly through concrete and steel, mite do some damage yes, but not phsicaly fly through it, remember that test with a F4 Phantom being slammed into a slab of concrete, remember how the plane was totally destroyed turned into mush and a zillion pieces.