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Got nukes?

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posted on Jan, 26 2005 @ 09:44 PM
I joined this site because I thought I might have something to contribute. My Air Force Specialty Code of 13S (Space and Missile Ops) uniquely qualifies me to answer questions about nuclear weapons, ABMs, and other space topics. Please feel free to query me anytime. If the answer is unclassified, I will attempt to enlighten you to the best of my ability. Since I pull eight 24-hour alerts per month in a Minuteman III Launch Control Center, I may not always be prompt in answering your questions. Happy fact finding!

posted on Jan, 26 2005 @ 09:53 PM
Nice to have you aboard! Based on your life experience, do you believe that extraterrestrials have ever interacted with active space programs?

Is HAARP-technology being used as a missile defense system?

Are there manned space programs that exist out of the public's awareness?

Again, welcome!

posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 03:42 AM
Welcome to ATS missileer!!!Check this out:

It can be extremely helpful.

Looking forward to your posts!!!

posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 03:52 AM
I know a few guys who own farms in North Dakota. Supposedly if North Dakota were to separate from The U.S. it would be the third most powerful nuclear entity in the world. 1Russia, 2U.S.A. then 3North Dakota.
Anyways lots of these guys have nuclear missle silos near or on their farm land. Strange things happen out there from weird scorched crops & earth marks near these silo's to bizzarre lights followed by a rush of the air force vehicles with armed escorts searching and examining the area.

posted on Jan, 28 2005 @ 09:13 PM

To my (limited) knowledge, no extraterrestrials have made contact with our space programs. However, if I ever get assigned to Area 51, I may have to change my tune!

What is HAARP? As far as I know, the only way for an ICBM to be intercepted by the US is an upgraded Standard missile from an Aegis cruiser, or the newly installed interceptors in Alaska and California. Before these came on line, the US could only detect, track, and watch as an ICBM freaking destroyed any target it was aimed at. Sucks, huh! Believe me, these babies are HARD to stop. Fortunately, no one is stupid enough to deliver a nuke this way. We would know and retaliate before it detonated. No, any nukes will be delivered via plane, train, or automobile. Much harder to know whom to blame. That makes my job a little irrelevant, but its true.

I'm sure there must be, but the only thing I know of is a space plane, which isn't that much a leap forward, honestly

posted on Jan, 28 2005 @ 09:16 PM
Welcome to ATS MadMissileer!

posted on Jan, 28 2005 @ 09:25 PM

I'll ask my security forces troops about weird marks next time I'm in the field. I suspect that it's the 18 year olds with guns we send out to strike alarms or high school kids that are doing this. The missile field can be pretty boring. If we have an exciting day, its not a good thing.

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