posted on May, 7 2010 @ 11:01 PM
Ok, so this will be lengthy and probably take a few posts because I have thought out so many infiltration possibilities its not funny...
First you have to take into account the security measures in place. They have movement sensors placed not only on restricted soil but far outside the
actual perimeter, by far I mean these sensors have been found 2+ miles from the actual perimeter. Before you even see the perimeter fence or signs
the security at Groom Lake will know you are coming. On top of that, there are cameras posted at random places. Cammo dudes watching what they can.
Most likely they have infra-red sensors and heat sensors as well. Plus, you have to take into account, they most likely have sensors which we have
yet to see or know about in the general population. That is the first obstacle, and it is a pretty huge obstacle to overcome to say the least. But
it can be done, you just have to get off the ground, literally.
Ok, so we know what is outside the perimeter and what is inside the perimeter as far as our eyes (with and without optic aid) can see. So now you
have to take into account, all the things which we can not see. I am pretty sure they have defensive measures set up within the perimeter, which only
those who work there know about. IE... Mine fields, trip wires attached to explosives or sleep agents, hidden fox holes to fall in, anti-vehicle
obstacles. There are alot of things we have to look at and take into account here. Once again, best defense is to be off the ground.
Ok so say we get off the ground (fly somehow). What can we use to fly. We can not use a conventional aircraft because the vibration from either the
props or jet engines will give off vibrations and trip motion sensors, infra-red, and any other sensor you can think of. Plus, the radar signature
would be picked up. So, here in lies the problem. You have to find a form or propulsion that is silent and doesnt give off vibrations or produce
heat. (I cant think of any propulsion off the top of my head that fits that description.) Then, you have to make it invisible to radar, now
remember, even a bird can blip a radar screen. See the problem here.
Now, you could get a crew of men and vehicles and chance a full frontal assault on the base. If you do that your an idiot. First, you have to take
into account any and all possible obstacles set in the desert to stop a vehicle. Think big, this place is secret and they want to keep it that way,
so they most likely have obstacles that could stop a heavily armored vehicle. Next, if you somehow get past those, they have aircraft, which are
capable of launching, ooo missles. Not only missiles, they have high caliber mini-guns mounted to them. Ok you get past that, somehow, if you do
your my GOD. Now you have to deal with the security forces on the base who are trained to kill and taught how to do so with lethal efficiency. Ok,
you get past that, and get what you went looking for. Now to leave.
By the time you are ready to leave, you will have Nellis Airforce Base Aircraft on your tail. Aircraft will be dispatched from the bases not only in
Nevada but California as well. Then you have to worry about heavy armor that will be coming towards you as you make your escape. Figure out a way to
get past all of that, and I will see you on the news. I would love to join you however, because I think it would be the most fun I ever had. My
tours in Iraq would have nothing on that mission. Who is up for it... Im not joking.