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posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 08:22 AM
Malmstrom AFB, Montana
November 7, 1975

There are more than 2,000 missile sites spread across the United States. At Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana, there are twenty Launch Control Facilities (LCF) housing Minuteman missiles underground. The Minuteman sites are alphabetically coded, such as "L-1," "K-1," "E-1," and the like, and are distributed over a wide area. One of these sites, K-7, which is located in the Judith Gap region just south of Lewiston, Montana, was the scene of an event which caused a major stir for the United states Air Force.
On November 7, remote electronic sensors triggered an alarm indicating that something was violating site security. Underground, in the launch control area, two officers noted the signal, but there was no television surveillance topside. The normal procedure for detecting what had violated security was to call for a missile security helicopter to check the area. At the same time, Sabotage Alert Teams (SAT), consisting of four to six men, were also alerted to the fact that a violation was taking place and were ordered to proceed to the site. On this occasion, an SAT team drove down the highway and onto a dirt road which led to the K-7 area. About a mile away, the team could see an orange, glowing object over the area. As they closed to within half a mile, they could now see that the object was tremendous in size. They radioed to the Launch Control Facility that, from their location, they were viewing a brightly glowing, orange, football field-sized disc that illuminated the missile site. The SAT team was ordered by the launch control people to proceed into the K-7 site. However, they responded that they refused to go any farther, clearly fearful of the intimidating appearance of the object. It began to rise, and at about 1,000 feet, NORAD picked up the UFO on radar. Two F-106 jet interceptors were launched from Great Falls, Montana, and headed toward the K-7 area. The UFO continued to rise. At about 200,000 feet, it disappeared from NORAD's radar. The F-106's were never able to get a visual sighting of the UFO.
All members of the SAT team were directed to the base hospital, where they were psychologically tested. It was determined that no one could identify the object that was seen, but that the members of the SAT team obviously had been through a traumatic experience. Meanwhile, targeting teams, along with computer specialists, were brought to the missile site to check out the missile, and specifically, the computer in the warhead that targets the missile. Amazingly, when the computer was checked, they found that the tape had mysteriously changed target numbers! The re-entry vehicle was then taken from the silo and brought back to the base. Eventually the entire missile was changed.

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 09:41 AM
BTW, SAT=Site Assessment Team. At no time was I ever trained for such situations so yeah, I'll be they were traumatized. Many beers were consumed that night, I'll bet you!

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 09:49 AM
ahha! i knew it! the aliens are evil.

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 09:58 AM

Originally posted by Thomas CrowneMany beers were consumed that night, I'll bet you!

And a few bottles of JD

[Edited on 24-8-2003 by clive]

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 10:17 AM
The same thing happened to one of the russian missle silos. I cant remember where I read the story. I think someone was/ is trying to pick a fight between us..............

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 03:25 PM

Originally posted by All Seeing Eye
I think someone was/ is trying to pick a fight between us..............

........Or they are testing our air defences to see what kind of capability's we have or weather we are a threat to them.

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 09:47 PM
A certain friend of mine... eh'hem... is always telling me about these SAC alerts and F-106 chases. I'm sure, when he comes back to the board, that he will be able to add a lot to this discussion.

BTW, I think he also wrote a thread about fighter interceptions of UFOs somewhere down in the archives.

It mentioned, I believe, the chase performed by the Brazilian air force (operating F-5s) of a UFO across Brazil and out over the ocean.

It also brought up the apparent disabling of an F-4's weapons system over Tehran, by a UFO, in this same general time period.

Also, the thread about the F-89 interception of a UFO in 1953 has a similar theme to this one.

[Edited on 25-8-2003 by GeorgieTago]

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 09:49 PM
It should also be noted that there are several legit docs out there, produced by the USAF, that refer to the UFOs as 'Mystery Helicopters'... and apparent euphemism for these things (I'm sure NORAD and SAC were well aware that the delta winged F-106 could easily outrun any terrestrial 'helicopter').

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 09:57 PM
Got a valid link to this story Clive, I know it sounds exciting but where did you get this from.

Sure aliens wanted to check out the nuc missiles, they can flight lightyears from planet to planet, do all sorts of magical things like this, yet they still want to learn about a technology that is at the level of banging rocks together?

Sounds like quaint 1970's paranoia or pre Xfiles storyline.

[Edited on 25-8-2003 by Netchicken]

posted on Aug, 24 2003 @ 10:04 PM
I need me a link to that site. I like how it sounds. hook it up.

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