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A list of Secret Entrances and Possible Underground bases

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posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 02:27 PM
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The train system which is used very infrequently now is above ground closer to the Roy Gate and is visible from 15




posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 02:35 PM
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Originally posted by ronishia
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Through reading some info on various underground bases suspected to be dotted around the world that have to do with alien stuff etc, I decided to post a list of suspected underground entrances and possible bases either alien or otherwise. I got the basic starters and idea of the list from here


You know, in this age of almost everyone carrying a digicam, camcorder, cell phone with a camera built in, your thread would have benefitted from some images. Otherwise, it just an "encyclopaedia" of hearsay. Anyone can make up such a list on any subject. With this type of subject you need more than words.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 03:04 PM
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we had all that stuff and to be honest but it wasn't important enough for us to take pictures



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 06:49 PM
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Friend, I have worked in and around a lot of military/ gov't installations and facilities, and taking photos is a strict, and I mean a very strict, no-no.

Let's also consider that any type of photo/video et al is now instantly branded fake or hoax, lens flare, etc. So what is the point?


seeker



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 08:02 PM
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taking photos is only strict in certain areas. for the most part
you can take photos anywhere. i have tons of photos from my old base



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 08:51 PM
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Originally posted by surfnow2
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taking photos is only strict in certain areas. for the most part
you can take photos anywhere. i have tons of photos from my old base

The last project I worked on was as Robins AFB, was there for several months, and the security was very strict and very specific; one of the superintendents had his camera taken away from him while documenting construction of a retaining wall, resulting with a meeting with base security explaining to all of us again that no photos anywhere once on the base. period
But, considering we were right beside the 116th ACW compound...


seeker



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 11:23 PM
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Originally posted by the seeker_713g
reply to post by The Shrike
 
Friend, I have worked in and around a lot of military/ gov't installations and facilities, and taking photos is a strict, and I mean a very strict, no-no.

Let's also consider that any type of photo/video et al is now instantly branded fake or hoax, lens flare, etc. So what is the point?


seeker


That a picture is worth a thousand words.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by the seeker_713g

Originally posted by surfnow2
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taking photos is only strict in certain areas. for the most part
you can take photos anywhere. i have tons of photos from my old base

The last project I worked on was as Robins AFB, was there for several months, and the security was very strict and very specific; one of the superintendents had his camera taken away from him while documenting construction of a retaining wall, resulting with a meeting with base security explaining to all of us again that no photos anywhere once on the base. period
But, considering we were right beside the 116th ACW compound...


seeker


After basic training at Sampson AFB in 1955 I spent the rest of my 4 years in SAC bases in Texas, Morocco, and New Hampshire. I always had a camera with me and I took photos up and down, left and right and never was spoken to by anyone or the Air Police. Of course, when we had our almost daily alerts and I was assigned to guard the B-47s (3 at a time) and I would stand under the bomb bay and look up at a nuclear device, I wished I had my camera but never took a chance on bringing one, hidden.



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 04:21 AM
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I have a couple of people that I know are at Robbins, and are SF currently and they advise there isnt any restrictions on taking photos on base. There may be certain situations or areas off limits but its air force base with parks, housing, chow halls, always a burger king, commisaries. Its like a regular community. I know theres no blanket policy covering an entire base especially a material command stating you cant take pictures. I cant tell you how man photos I have taken when I was active and right after 9/11. Now if you are near a sensitive area or possibly taking photos at an an area not normally visited then yes, that changes things. We used to have spotters at the end of our runways on the outside where we would have local pd go chat with them and see whats going on. Anything suspicous is going to be at a minimum checked out



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 04:25 AM
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It sounds like you were a civilian contractor or working a temporary project on base?
Did you have a DOD vehicle sticker or a temporary vehicle pass?



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 06:19 AM
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Originally posted by surfnow2
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It sounds like you were a civilian contractor or working a temporary project on base?
Did you have a DOD vehicle sticker or a temporary vehicle pass?

We built the new Marine Corp reserve facility; Yes, civilian contractors, non-military personnel. No DoD stickers, just my little photo i.d., and a vehicile search every time I went in the gate; the trucks I had hauling material off the base and then bringing material back in were searched every time, just as there was always base security personnel within sight of us.

I should have clarified that I was a civilian contractor to start with, and we genarally always seem to be working in "sensitive" areas; since 9/11 it has been steadily becoming more strict on us.

seeker



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 07:12 AM
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The truck gates from what it sounds like you go through is scrutinized pretty thoroughly. We used some pretty extensive equipment to check various vehicles



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 08:21 AM
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Originally posted by surfnow2
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The truck gates from what it sounds like you go through is scrutinized pretty thoroughly. We used some pretty extensive equipment to check various vehicles
Indeed; but it wasn't just at the gates; we had MP's and many others constantly observing every little thing we did; during the initial site survey before we even submitted the bid, I had an escort inches from my elbow as I surveyed and measured the area, up tp and including visits to the head



seeker



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 08:58 AM
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I was recently on the phone speaking with a customer of the company I work for. He had mentioned that he was a retired mining engineer. I jokingly asked if he had ever built any deep underground bases. Sure did, he said. Put one in under Waco, Texas back in the 90's. Not really a DUMB but they were building a Super Collider. Bigger then the LHC in Switzerland. He said the government spent several million putting this in. Then suddenly stopped supposedly for lack of funding. So what did they do with it? The gentleman told me there was a huge underground facility under Waco. Surely they didn't just fill it in with dirt!!

Superconducting Super Collider



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 11:00 AM
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if you had an escort its because you were going into a restricted area.
very common and you are also checked off on a list. if you stray away from your
escort or your escort strays away from you, your going on the ground.
getting on a base you need a sponsor, someone will come down to the gate and vouch for you. after you leave the gate your sponsor is responsible for you but you can travel freely and no one will be watching your every move.
a restricted area has the same principle however you stay with your escort and the SF's will be close by. it also depends on the restricted area as well, some require more or less but as a minimum you have to stay within a reasonable distance to your escort. i am prior SF



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 01:38 PM
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As I said, most of the area we were working in was classed as sensitive; we did have a sponsor, but were also told that due to area we were in to expect a lot of extra scrutiny; right beside the runway, beside the 116th compound, directly beside the fueling station, firs station on the other side, and munitions dump behind us.

I do not blame them for being watchful, for it would have been easy to create havoc if they hadn't kept a close eye and any of the crew had been so inclined.


seeker



posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 04:17 PM
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were inside the RED? The one thing I dont miss is all the noise from the aircraft.
i could probably claim medical disability because of it



posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 12:24 PM
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Hello, Iv heard several rumor about an entrance near the phosphate mines in my town of lakeland florida. Im currently working to start an expedition to investigate as no one in my town seems willing, or able to talk about it. there are some known tunnels associated with hauntings at the college here. I hope my finding will be worthy of publication here. If any one has information that may aid us in finding anything important please feel free to message me. I appreciate the work of ATS and its people, hopefullly I can help to expose the odd happenings in my town to the world.





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