posted on May, 21 2004 @ 02:48 PM
Is located in Carson County in West Texas. It's called Pantex, and is the facility where the nukes were assembled during the cold war. It really is
underground, too. When I was a kid, there were decoy cows around a barn that was the entrance. Seriously. And someone would come out and move 'em
around, so they wouldn't always look the same from the air.
In the late 70's, peacenicks demonstrated there. There was a closed door meeting between the rally organizers and the dudes in suits. The suits
told them they could lie on the RR tracks, or block the front gate, but not to go off any paved roads, at any cost. When other hippies showed up,
they'd get herded by the 'organizers' into the proper areas. While the rally made headlines, the fact that it was sort of staged was obvious to
Nowadays, Pantex is experiencing a mission change, "modernizing" U.S.'s inventory. It is also becoming the largest employer in the region.
Google Pantex, and you'll see the above ground part. The larger is underground, and most of the county is off-limits govt. property.
WARNING: ---the first page on Google is actually Pantex's website. It tells you that your viewing of the site has just been logged, and everything
you click on is monitered, so don't even think about hacking! YIKES! (I now have a file someplace; or maybe just another page in an already bulging
Don't know if this is an alien base, but you get an idea of a genuine military/industrial operation.