posted on Nov, 24 2005 @ 07:10 AM
Area 51 the most famous 'secret' military base in the world (if the government likes it or not) It is believed that the scientists who work there
design and create new forms of aircraft incorporating alien technology which they backwards engineer from the alien craft. The aircraft hangers in the
picture are said to hold these new aircraft. The US government have brought the surrounding land to this base so getting close to it is next to
impossible. The famous signs around the base containing text such as the use of deadly force is permitted are telling the truth. Fortunately people
only get pass the signs further out that say you will get fined and put in jail so not many people get shot. Rumour has it that since area 51 became
famous the government have moved everything secret to a separate base not to far away. Recently a few men have sued the government because they
suffered injury and illness while working at area 51. Read the full story here.
It has just come under my attention that there is a piece of footage on the net showing an alien being interrogated by two men. It is believed it was
filmed in Area 51. The quality is not great but check it out here. This is not the full version and I will be looking for it so I can put it up.
Area S4 is situated about ten miles away from area 51. It is hidden under the mountain range so we do not have a photo of this base. It has only been
in about the last ten years that it's existence became known through Bob Lazar who claims to have worked at both area s4 and area 51. If you want to
find out more about this base then we recommend visiting Bob Lazars site. He tells us that he worked on alien craft inside the base and that he saw at
least seven different craft. There is a lot of little pieces of information that are strange such as the guard dogs having their vocal cords cut out.
Find out more at his site.
Nellis Air Force Base Area II
once known as Lake Mead Base, is a separate facility about a mile northeast of the main Nellis air base on the northern outskirts of Las Vegas. Area
II is a munitions storage facility for both conventional bombs and "non-conventional" munitions which reportedly include 200 nuclear warheads. Area
II is dominated by a high-security triple-fenced compound encompassing several dozen earthen bunkers. Because the fence is well-lit at night, it can
be easily seen from Interstate 15 and by passenger jets approaching Las Vegas. A lower security area outside this compound includes support buildings
and a federal minimum security prison. Conventional weapons used in military exercises are stored in a separate area from the nuclear compound and are
transported to the main Nellis air base via a secured roadway. During the years of nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site, Lake Mead Base was a
storage and transfer area for atomic devices to be detonated at the Test Site.
There are two 12,000 foot long runways at Plant 42. Runway 4-22 is used by Lockheed (at Site 7), and EG&G [see below]. It has been reported that
occasionally, Air Force C-5 and C-141 transport aircraft have been loaded with unknown cargoes (presumably disassembled aircraft) in the middle of the
night from the big hangars in Plant 10, taken to the other runway, runway 7-25, and flown to unknown destinations.
Historically, Lockheed has conducted classified testing up at Groom Lake, Nevada, in programs like the U-2, SR-71, and F-117. To the northeast of the
hangars and other buildings in Plant 10, one finds a large warehouse complex in Site 8, operated by Northrop-Grumman and a military contractor,
Pacifica Services. (Perhaps this is what Bob Lazar means when he claims he received his education at "Pacifica")
At Groom Lake, base workers are flown in daily on 737s from a terminal at Las Vegas' McCarran Airport. This service is operated by Nevada Test Site
contractor EG&G. Base workers at Groom Lake have been told to say they work for EG&G at the Nevada Test Site, rather than reveal they work at Groom
Lake. Oddly enough, EG&G has a small hangar at Plant 42, (shown below) located in Site 6, near the control tower, and just off runway 4-22. It is not
known what EG&G is doing at Plant 42, but it is supposed to be classified.
THE TEJON RANCH
The Northrop facility is known as "The Tejon Ranch" and is sometimes referred to as "The Tehachapi Ranch" by UFO researchers.
It is located in the foothills of the Tehachapi mountains, at the mouth of Little Oak Canyon about 25 miles northwest of Lancaster, California. It is
not under restricted airspace. Although the public is told that this is a cattle ranch, no livestock are visible anywhere on the property. UFO
researcher Bill Hamilton says that if asked, Northrop Corporation will say that this is an "electromagnetic research facility."
There are large radar or microwave dishes and strange looking pylons to which objects can be fixed, for the purpose of beaming electromagnetic
radiation at them. These pylons rise up from underground out of diamond-shaped openings in the middle of long, paved surfaces that resemble aircraft
runways, but which are not used by any type of aircraft for landing or take-off. It is thought that this facility goes down as many as 42 levels, and
that tunnels link it to other nearby underground installations in the area.
WRIGHT PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE
Aviation research and development has flourished in Dayton, Ohio where large flying fields were established in 1917. First, McCook Field was built at
what is now the intersection of State Route 4 and Interstate 75. Then Wilbur Wright Field was established where the present runway is. In 1924, Wright
Field was established on land donated by the community.
On July 6, 1931, Wilbur Wright Field was renamed Patterson Field after Lt. Frank Patterson, who had been killed there in the crash of a DH-4 while
flight testing the synchronization of machine gun and propeller. In 1948, the fields became one installation, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Today, as in the early 1900s, Wright-Patterson is where weapon systems of the future are conceived, tested, modified, and tested again until worthy of
acceptance as part of the most responsive deterrent force in the history of military aviation.
Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow. That is what Wright-Patterson is all about. A heritage of a legendary past spurs aerospace logisticians, engineers, and
scientists in a quest to "keep’em flying", faster, higher, further, and safer than man has ever flown before.
Recently, Wright-Patterson AFB has become very well-known among UFO researchers and theorists due to its connection with the Roswell incident of July
1947. This is one of the locations, alongside the Groom lake/area 51 installation in Nevada, where wreckage of a crashed UFO as well as alien bodies
were shipped. Wreckage of the craft was shipped directly to Ohio aboard a B-29 after the mysterious crash and placed in the infamous Hangar 18.
The crash of a 100ft in diameter saucer with 16 dead aliens aboard near Aztec, New Mexico in 1948, had its remains sent to Wright-Patterson AFB
Wright-Patterson has become a haven for UFO folklore and stories, mainly due to its history with the controversial subject of alien landings,
sightings and government conspiracy. From 1947 to 1969, the Air Force investigated Unidentified Flying Objects under project blue book. The project,
headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, was terminated 17 December 1969. Of a total of 12,618 sightings reported to Project Blue Book,
701 remained "unidentified."
Some believe Wright-Patterson to be a top-secret UFO monitoring and research station, which considering its past programs, doesn't seem unreasonable