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How do you get a job in Area 51?

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posted on Sep, 16 2008 @ 06:23 AM
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this will be a very important meassage to all people who belive in alliens they do exist because we landed here many years ago to come in peace but man kind treatend us and keep us in a secreat location called area51 and area S4 is a speacial facility use to do testing on us to understand our culture because the USA army is affraid of our technology there is proof but its all been dinyed but 2010 to 2012 there will and the called alderlins form a plant starlill in the stella galaxy which is 36 millon light years away i no beacuse im from a planet called kraton 42 million light years away the world will be attack`t one day soon and weather the human race stops it before it can happen will be a choice that must be made NOW!?




posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 06:38 AM
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posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 08:26 PM
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Im sure that to get such a "prestigious" job, they would come to you... They may hunt at colleges, major corporations (Lockheed, security ect...) and search for the type of people they are looking for... You kind of have to get lucky... I have no idea tho, this is just what I, a senior in high school, think...



posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 08:35 PM
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If you are serious about it;

1) Get a PhD in something science/physics/math related.
2) Join the air force as an officer.
3) Achieve the rank of a high-ranking officer in the air force (at least O-4, Major).
4) Get a top-secret security clearance.
5) Pray they send you to Area 51 or some other secret facility to work.
6) Profit.


Ex

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 09:21 PM
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this will be a very important meassage to all people who belive in alliens they do exist because we landed here many years ago to come in peace but man kind treatend us and keep us in a secreat location called area51 and area S4 is a speacial facility use to do testing on us to understand our culture because the USA army is affraid of our technology there is proof but its all been dinyed but 2010 to 2012 there will and the called alderlins form a plant starlill in the stella galaxy which is 36 millon light years away i no beacuse im from a planet called kraton 42 million light years away the world will be attack`t one day soon and weather the human race stops it before it can happen will be a choice that must be made NOW!?


Is spellcheck not available on Kraton?



posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 11:10 AM
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posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 11:10 AM
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posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 11:10 AM
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posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 01:25 PM
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JT3 has nothing to do with it,
no formal base operations.
security clearance has nothing to do.
easy to get that. secret is only 50,000 and top is only 150,000
Once your in theres really no way back to civilian side...



posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 07:39 PM
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I think others have pretty muched covered the territory. All you can do is make choices that increase your odds. Obviously, the high-tech route isn't going to be the easiest way in. There are plenty of lower-tier positions to shoot for to get you on the base. As has been explained here and other places, even a high-tech job most likely won't win you any big secrets, as projects are compartmentalized, there are probably not too many people who are "lucky" enough to be briefed on the "cool stuff".

The chances of learning anything "fascinating" are virtually nil, and unless you know someone who can pull strings, as controllable as becoming a rock star. But, I do believe, with the proper planning, one might have a decent chance at actually getting on the base and maybe even seeing a few interesting things.

As others have mentioned, you could shoot for a cook or janitor.

But I think there are other possibilities that might be a little more difficult to achieve but still very possible, and with a decent payoff.

I can speak to my own experiences here. When I was 17, I had a job as a civilian at a government facility, and by some oversight, I had a security clearance. I believe they had forgotten to put the restriction sticker on my badge which basically meant I could go just about anywhere on the fascility without an escort, which I did, often, and satisfied my curiousity plenty. Now, the stuff I saw wasn't anywhere near what I imagine they have at area 51. The biggest concerns would be stealing small items or being exposed to dangerous things. I got to see and touch missles, bombs, ammunition of all kinds, weapons, chemical weapon containers, and all kinds of unusual gadgets. The kinds of jobs I did were things like, working in wharehouses, inventory, and that sort of thing.

See, even at area 51, they'll need a lot of grunt work to get projects done. They have to store nuts and bolts somewhere. The same goes for engine parts (which I saw endlessly), weapons, and everything else they use for projects. Someone has has to pull stock and get it ready to move or ship. Someone has to unload and put things on shelves. Somone has to maintain an inventory of what they have, which requires somone to go around and count the stuff and verify quantity. This is all basically unskilled grunt work that you don't have to go to college for, which increases your chances of doing it, and the payoff is probably much higher than a highly skilled worker outside of an admit position will ever see.

I also had friends who did engineering work at the same base, I saw far more "cool stuff" than they ever did.



posted on Nov, 4 2008 @ 04:13 AM
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I laughed when I read the part about the "do not join the military". Just who do you think provides security for Area 51 ? I have a friend who personally works as a "cammo" dude at area 51. You just have to have a pretty good military record and be able to work long hours to be a guard out there. Most all the security guards at Area 51 are in there 20s and early 30s. There are no "ex military" or "ex police" working security at Area 51. Those guys work 15 16 hour days, they are all young guys with good military records.



posted on Nov, 4 2008 @ 04:17 AM
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Yes, they do have alot of grunts working at Area 51. How do you think they get their newspapers ? They have a paperboy that delivers them newspapers just like everybody else. Yes, sense clearly nobody here has ever worked at Area 51 I will be the first to tell all of you that Area 51 does have a paper boy that delivers the newspaper in his own vehicle. I dont know if any of you guys know or dont know, but some workers at Area 51 do drive out there for work in their own cars.



posted on Nov, 4 2008 @ 05:35 AM
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I sense you are long retired military, yes 15 years ago it would have been $150,000 to get a top secret clearance (how much it costs for the govt to do the actual backround check) But as it stands right now its about $500,000 to get a TSC.



posted on Nov, 4 2008 @ 06:19 AM
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I don't know where you get that cost from. I'd bet it is more like 10K. Why do you think it is so high?



posted on Nov, 4 2008 @ 10:17 AM
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The reason why there is so lack of "insiders" or anybody who knows anything about anything on these types of boards is because of the overwhelming stupidity that is on these boards. I dont even know why im bothering talking to anybody on here, 99.5% of the information on these boards is completely wrong.

Where do I get that number from ? I work in the DOJ. It's not a secret to anybody whose applied for govt job. We just ask our interviewer and they will tell us. It's a common question asked, its not a secret. But most people in here have never appied for any govt position that requires a security clearance so they dont know. Some security clearances like a yankee white, and other classified clearances can cost millions of dollars. I'm talking 1-5 million. Because of 9/11 the security checks have become much more thorough and as a result take alot longer and also cost alot more.

Ultimately the reason why people who have worked at Area 51 dont come out is because if they do they will get arrested, that and the stuff that goes on in there would be of no real interest to anybody. It's honestly just a bunch of engineers working on experimental aircraft and other projects that may never be completed.

If you want to know what its like to be inside Area 51, go down to boeing and apply for a visitors pass or get on a tour guide. Thats precisely what its going to be like inside Area 51, just a bunch of hangars where people are wearing hard hats putting pieces on an aircraft and people working in offices. The cammo dudes are a bunch of 25 year old active military guys, they wont shoot you. Believe me, you wont get shot by going past that sign. It's just to scare you, have you seen anybody arrested for photographing that sign ? Even though it says no photographs ? Of course not, they dont enforce anything on that sign. Are you going to get arrested for going over the line ? No. You'll get detained and handed over to the local police and released with a ticket for trespassing.



posted on Nov, 7 2008 @ 08:25 AM
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posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 07:13 AM
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posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 08:21 AM
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Originally posted by ispep

Ultimately the reason why people who have worked at Area 51 dont come out is because if they do they will get arrested, that and the stuff that goes on in there would be of no real interest to anybody. It's honestly just a bunch of engineers working on experimental aircraft and other projects that may never be completed.


I'm assuming you've been to Area 51 & have first hand experience making a statement like that?

Yeah, those silly engineers are so booring. Just tinkering away on top secret military aircraft which can probably break every law of physics known to man. That's certainly not very interesting now is it?

C-BuZz



posted on Nov, 12 2008 @ 09:57 AM
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posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 07:51 AM
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How do you get a job in Area 51? Well first you arm yourself to the teeth with the best ammo money can buy. You walk straight on up to the gate and if you are able to get by all of the gards on the way there, demand a job. If you are able to survive the onslaught that follows you are hired.

If you ask for a job there they will never consider you. They have to come to you. Much like being recruited buy any agency. You will be invited to a meeting usually an out of the way obscure hotel, where the offer will be on the table till they leave, and they don't actually tell you anything, other than let you know that your name had come to them for review for an opertunity. Most times they will not even tell you which agency they are with in order to be able to deny it later. Just remember that alot of the agencies are alot like the mob, there is no retirement, yes they say retirement, but it is more of like being put on hold until they need you again.

I must edit to add that everything I entered is speculation, not actual info. Please do not take anything to heart you may have read in this statement.

[edit on 11/13/2008 by AlienCarnage]



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