If you have ever been to San Antonio for a while you know of USAA.
If not then I will fill you in the best I can:
USAA was founded as the United States Army Automobile Association in 1922. Within a year, it was almost bankrupt, through a series of events including
a new leader and expansion to serve all military officers as the United Services Automobile Association, it regained solid footing.
It has always been headquartered in San Antonio, TX. One of its earliest buildings is located on Grayson Street across from the Quadrangle of Fort Sam
Houston. While the building is in disrepair, it still bears the shield of "USAAA". After some time, it moved to Hildebrand & Broadway near
Brackenridge Park, in what has become one of the AT&T buildings. In the early 1980s, it moved once again to its current headquarters in Northwest San
Antonio to a campus of 286 acres on what was a horse farm.
thanks to: en.wikipedia.org... for the official version.
I've been to this building several times through out my life (4-5) for different events. The first time I noticed something wrong was went I broke
from the group and went to the bathroom. I was met by two well armed plain clothes guards as I was washing my hands. One waited with me while the
other went outside. I over heard him talking on his walkie that "the subject have been found and its a false alarm", before he went out of earshot.
Needless to say I was a little terrified, was in Junior High at the time and these guys were a little scary. They walked me back to my group and
shadowed my group for the rest of the time. When I went up to apologize to them later for going to the bathroom, they played it off, that they were
responsible for keeping other peoples insurance info protected.
This got me started thinking. Do any other insurance companies have armed guards waiting for someone to make a wrong turn. The next time I went there
I was a Soph in HS(some awards baquett my parent made me go to). I we actually had to take an elevator up to a couple of floors. When I noticed that
the subfloor buttons went down about 30 floors, I made a joke. The tour guide told me "Yeah we keep alot of files down there". Now I'm really
interested 30 sub floors, armed guards for files
I've talked with several people who have worked there as data processors, etc. They tell me how great it is to work there. Jobs there are like civil
service with high pay and great benifets. They also tell how there is a general feeling that something is going on underneath the place. No one talks
about it, you do and you get your walking papers.
Another time I was there this time as a training seminar, I watched as several techs got off the elevator. I made a slight joke to them about having
alot to do. They looked at my suspicously. I never been able to catch a hint, when they questioned me what I was talking about. I said alot of work to
do with 30 floors of files to work on must keep you busy all of the time. They eyed me suspiciously and waited until a guard walked with them to their
When I got back to my apartment, someone had broken in. My computer was completely wiped(I never got it working right and had to toss it). The funny
thing was that nothing was missing, it had just be ransacked. Pillows torn up, books on the floor, like that. At the time I was just starting out on
my own, and didn't have much to begin with.
Since then I've kept my distance. I've tried to get info on them with out entering their compound, or alerting them in any way. I've got butkus as
far as info.
So far I've got an Insurance company that has its own compound. Armed guards who make you feel really friendly (I've served in the armed forces and
I've been to bases that were restricted to civilians who had less of a force than this). Plain clothes guards who look like Merc's. An above ground
insurance facility with a 30 floor basement that I've never met (unless you count those tech's) anyone who has been down there and will admit it.
And Possible outside operators who will personally check out someones place.
I believe there is a something going on in the basemnet. Whether its CIA, chemical weapons, Lab testing, Secret storage (after all the best place to
hide something is in plain sight), futuristic lab (Resident Evil style), what ever.
I'm putting this out in hopes that someone has some clues, info, similar related stories, what ever. Because I'm getting no where.
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[edit on 5/2/2007 by Mirthful Me]