Let's ease up on the ridicule factor folks...
Just to summarize, so that I can be sure I’ve got this right (and for those jumping to the last post, who haven’t read all of this).
You had UFO experiences as a child.
You were in the US Army for 3 years, as a tank crewman/supply officer. (70-73)
During this tenure, you’d be on base, in uniform, and a UFO would land on base.
You would then be allowed to board the UFO, both by the soldiers guarding this UFO while landed, and by the UFO occupants, without any prior briefing
by the military as to why.
You would then go on a short trip into space, along with some alien beings, fitting the common description.
On board, the ship would appear bigger on the inside than it did from the outside, and you could see out portholes of the ship.
You went on numerous and different craft, some bigger than others, and with chambers like rooms.
You believe the crafts were powered by some kind of magnetic gravity drive, as you felt something like a magnetic field at times.
During liftoff, turns, etc. there were no g-forces, but gravity felt normal in the ship.
Some kind of altered consciousness is needed to communicate to the aliens.
Upon return, you would not be debriefed at all on the flight experience, and you were never given any reason as to why you were given this
Just to help fill in the gaps…
Did the military ever question you about what had happened while on board?
How were you notified to come to the ship when it landed?
What did you talk about with the aliens while on the joyride?
You’re basically stating that the US Army allowed a UFO to land on the base. Simply stood by while a low-ranking (assumption, based on 3 years) GI
boarded the craft, then took off. And, upon this craft’s return, and said GI leaving the craft, not a single question was asked by superior
Surely, as a military man you can see how this could sound just a wee bit suspect?
Just hoping more info fills these gaps.
[edit on 11-4-2005 by Gazrok]