posted on Dec, 28 2003 @ 11:56 AM
This is my first post to this site so I figured I would start it off with a good topic.
I was recently stationed at Holloman AFB in Alamogordo, NM. I worked in a CE (Civil Engineering) shop that took care of the Aircraft Arresting Systems
, sort deatil: it stops planes with tail hooks that have either battle or mechanical damage and cannot stop on their on power, on the airfield.
If anyone has seen the base and the layout of its runways and hangers, you notice that there is one hanger/building right on the taxiway that is set
well away from the rest of them.
I have seen aircraft move in and out of the hanger doors, no problem there. But I was told by a trusted source that he or someone else(can't remember
which) was on the airfield at night doing a system check when he noticed an aircraft move inside and the doors shut. When the doors opened a little
while later the aircraft was gone and the only way out was that door. The only other explaination is that it moved underground.
The person was approached by a SP patroling the area, that he did not see what he just did.
Has anyone that was there heard something about this or see it in person. Any other bases have this so-called underground hangers that are not to