posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 03:49 PM
Fort Huachuca IS an underground base. I've worked there for a few years.
There's all sorts of underground facilities that many civilian techs have worked in, underground sonic/electromag weapons labs, an anechoic chamber
big enough to hover a longbow heli inside, and a hole in the side of the mountain big enough to fly blackhawks through to the inside LZ.
Behind the KC12 "boneyard" across from taxiway C, and behind the defuel pad area there's a narrow canyon. I saw 2 blackhawks make false traffic
calls on CTAF, and instead of landing "main ramp for hangar 1" they hovered over MR in front of 1, then slid down the parallell taxiway, between the
defuel pad and the boneyard, and up into the canyon. They disappeared INTO the canyon, and didn't return, nor climb out of the canyon.
Also the UAV guys have what's called the "black tower" to the northwest of the airfield, it's a self contained airport with lots of security, and
in the past several years they've really expanded the facility there with new classrooms for virtual pilots, and hangar/maintenance/support
There are definitely some strange things that fly in and out of LAAF at night, if you watch the skies to the west of the airfield, you'll see what's