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Who here has been to Area 51?

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posted on Mar, 31 2015 @ 12:39 PM
a reply to: smirkley

I spent some time working there in 1996. I'm sure you're well aware of the twice a day flights which leave from McCarran right? They also have puddle jumper / shuttle based flights which come in from North Las Vegas based on your schedule if what you do is deemed important enough.

In any case, I was tasked with dissecting a 'foreign database' - from a not to well known crashed vehicle you may remember hearing a little about at Roswell in New Mexico. By 1996, the data storage technology had still yet to be understood. We were never really able to 'decode it' with 100% accuracy, but we were able to interpret it for lack of better terms.

I never - not once - drove in the front door. That's strictly forbidden as I am sure you're well aware of.

Even if you have access, even as the base commander, you'd be turned away.

posted on Mar, 31 2015 @ 05:44 PM
a reply to: universalbri

You need to start a thread about that "foreign database", forget about that going in and out of the front gate business. I would be most interested as others on here would be.

edit on 31-3-2015 by Enochstask because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 31 2015 @ 06:02 PM
a reply to: Jenisiz

I had one for a pet once...but it broke my heart....literally.

posted on Mar, 31 2015 @ 06:07 PM
OP try the aviation forum. There are several members that have visited "area 51" there. Some are known for their photography of area 51 and have been on tv for it. Others have worked there. One dude got in trouble for posting pics of when he was working there. Actually it was a pic of something on a plane while he was working there. But yeah.. Lots of members here have gone to the gate, or even worked there on this site.

posted on Mar, 31 2015 @ 10:44 PM
Almost every year since 2003. And I live over 2000 miles away. 1000's of pictures. Will be there again (among other spots) most of early summer, 2015.
edit on 31-3-2015 by FosterVS because: Oops... secret

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 03:23 AM
What i really dont get is why is there no active peaceful protest mars on the symbolic gates of s4 area 51 a protest mars for the truth from your opressors.... would they shoot down a town the size of New-York? a little active disclosure? Make a day of it or a sit-down with a few thousand people. How can trillions disappearing not anger people lol, You are paying for their underground bases and safety....…/p…/0,29307,1887394_1861263,00.html

they have technology there that can save not only your own life but maybe the entire planet.. Right now they have a minimal 50 year lead... Once main stream science finds out.... It will take another great number of years before it is available to you in the street... Only another few years behind the elite... I really hope... You are still alive by then...
the reason we are not being told or disclosed anything is not that we cant handle it... it is probably shame for their own fears... first thing they did to visitors/teachers was shoot them down, they must be Russians n0o0o that is no way to welcome somebody now is it? then they saw for them selves... well.. they weren't Russian... still.. lets not tell anybody, this means we get the upper hand on them rusky's! i myself would probably not tell another soul if i found new technology (or any valuables) on the moon, we don't want everybody to have access to this information right?
im from the netherlands and probably wont ever get a plane ticket into the us after this but hey! i would come if you would....its even not my trillions of disappearing tax dollars... its disappearing euro's here hehe.
just a little Ghandi action... they have technology which can save YOUR lives.. with technology which YOU also already paid for....

Are we not with many? is it not time? probably to many scared people here. no real action only words as always.

camera crew.... steven greer, alex jones some 1000 people sitting in front of the gate... silently

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posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 05:22 AM
Never been but and Air Force officer I worked with was a test pilot there. The reality of the place kind of ruined all the cool super technology and alien stuff at first but, now I find the test aircraft stuff just as interesting.

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 02:32 PM
I was there last Monday. Decided to take a day out of my visit to Las Vegas to do the road trip to A51.

Amazing place. As a Brit I was just blown away by the landscape. Hauntingly beautiful.

I loved every minute. Driving up to the gates, being followed by an actual Camo Dude, drinking at the Little Ale Inn and seeing the remains of the Black Mail Box (RIP) - all those iconic things of countless UFOlogy documentaries I've watched over the years was brilliant. Shiver up the spine stuff.

The one thing I will never forget is the silence. In the UK wherever you are there's usually the background sound of distant traffic, air planes or wildlife. We were there from mid-morning to dusk and the still air and total silence as dark fell was mindblowing.

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 03:07 PM
Sounds like people have been in the general vicinity of it and saw what they saw, which was basically nothing. But has anybody actually gone that extra mile and made the trek up to Tikaboo to actually lay eyes on Area 51? Or even gone up years ago to White Sides or Freedom Ridge before they took it away. Seeing dirt roads and the Ale'inn isn't all that compelling. That's the ordinary stuff every joe sees. Seeing the actual facility, even from a distance would be extraordinary. And there was a thread a few years back about being able to see it from a few commercial flights, which I found astounding.

When I was going to be in Vegas a few years ago, I was highly tempted to pay to go on one of the excursions to have somebody take me up the mountain so I could see it with my own two eyes, but decided against it. If I ever make it back out there, I may consider it again.

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 03:44 PM
a reply to: jordan77

There's at least one person on the boards that has been on the base, and seen many things flying around.

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 03:51 PM
Here's a pic of the alien tequila

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 08:10 PM
a reply to: jordan77

It is best to do your first Tikaboo with someone who has done it before.

Two years ago, while going down from Tikaboo, we met these guys going up. They didn't look in such good shape. It turned out they dumped their rental car a few miles from where most people start the hike. I had left a case of water outside my car and unfortunately they didn't steal one. I say unfortunately because they were low on water and if I really cared I would have locked the water in my car. They asked me to leave them some water which of course I did, plus orange juice and Clif bars.

But to get back to the Tikaboo hike, if you miss a spot on the trail and try to just use a GPS, you will find the effort increases significantly. While I have logged the Tikaboo track on my GPS a few times, I never actually use the GPS for the hike. You really need to watch the trail.

If you are just climbing Tikaboo with binoculars just to spot the base, it isn't that hard. If you are carrying camping and photo gear, then effort is exponentially more difficult.

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 08:44 PM
I went to the base in 2008. Well, as close as I could get to it anyway. I was cruising down the gravel road that leads to the gate at around 90 mph and I saw a huge dust cloud coming up behind me. I double checked my speedometer to make sure I wasn't hallucinating, and it was what I thought it was. I stayed to the right side of the road and a bus went past me going over 100 mph. As it went past one guy smooshed his face up against the window and gave me a stupid grin. Even though the windows were tinted I could see him. I couldn't help but laugh.

I kinda got a bit lost in the dust cloud behind the bus and slowed down until I could see clearly. I came to a stop near the gate and there was already an suv on the hill pointing straight at me. I was looking at the sign that said "use of deadly force authorized" and the suv... It was not a nice feeling. I smiled and turned the car around and went to the Little Al e in. I have to say, it was kind of neat to stand in the same place as Mulder and Scully. Of course I got some of the tourist stuff, license plate, bumper sticker, copy of the use of force sign, etc.

I didn't see anything unusual, but that's ok. It was cool just to be there and wonder what was around the next bend...

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 09:05 PM
I've gotten as far as the keep out sign twice but the last time in 2012 they took my picture and said if they catch me again i would be charged with federal trespassing. So obviously i haven't been back

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 10:22 PM
a reply to: Autorico

What an excellent bottle. Found it online for around $50, but no ship to MA.

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 10:47 PM
a reply to: Zaphod58
I have never been myself, but some of the guys who worked in my department flight test instrumentation did and
I bought things that went there. I was logistics and had to buy a lot of things for our Data Van we not so lovingly
called the rolling house, it was a retrofitted RV that the engineers used out there and on various field operations.
We had to have that thing moved by C5s.

posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 11:59 PM

originally posted by: rebellion7
I've gotten as far as the keep out sign twice but the last time in 2012 they took my picture and said if they catch me again i would be charged with federal trespassing. So obviously i haven't been back

The only time the dudes are going to talk to you will be while they are in the process of arresting you. Otherwise they avoid contact with the public. They don't even want to get close to you since they don't want to be photographed. (The dudes do drive past me within easy photographic range, but they already know me and know that I don't publish their photos.)

I don't want people to think they will be harassed by the camo dudes. Everyone is perfectly free to visit the area, take photos by the warning signs, etc. Just don't cross the line.

posted on Apr, 2 2015 @ 12:01 AM
a reply to: Vroomfondel

Uh no, the bus would never go 100mph.

posted on Apr, 2 2015 @ 07:25 PM
a reply to: gariac

Uh..yes it did. I was not alone at the time and have witnesses. What do you have?


BTW...if you are going to call me a liar in a public forum (defamation of character) you better have more than a bad attitude to back it up.
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posted on Apr, 2 2015 @ 07:31 PM

originally posted by: gariac
a reply to: Vroomfondel

Uh no, the bus would never go 100mph.

Just to say that having been down that road myself, that dirt road was absolutely manicured. Like they have a crew that keeps it smoother than any dirt road I have ever been on. One could drive a bus or car at 100mph easily on. It was that smooth.

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