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Originally posted by warpboost
secret_aircraft6, interesting you mentioned that russian facility because I think I read the same article, but couldnt remember what publication I saw it in I thought it might have been Wired, but I guess not. I also thought that it was a missile silo facility, but I guess not. IIRC the reporter from the magazine was taken to the facility which looked like a normal building in the moscow suburbs.
I will try to look for the article, and if you happen to find it please post it as I would like to read it again
[edit on 22-11-2006 by warpboost]
On June 20, 1956, the first U-2 flight over a "denied area"—Warsaw Pact airspace—was made. The flight passed over Czechoslovakia, Poland, and East Germany. On July 1956, flights over the Soviet Union itself commenced, with a flight over Leningrad to photograph the shipyards. MiG fighters attempted to intercept the U-2, which was detected by Soviet radars, but were unable to attain its altitude. The next day a U-2 overflew Moscow itself, photographing the Kliningrad missile factory and Khimki rocket-engine factory north of the city.
Originally posted by GORGANTHIUM
The real serious alien bases are infact very deep under the sea or on the moon.Some of theses bases don;t even let humans work or visit these very secret bases.Even some areas of the dulce base are off limits to all humans.