Gathering List of underground facilities in US

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posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 02:20 AM
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Dont forget about Minot, ND where all our ICBM's Silo's are. And in Albuquerque Kirtland AFB K.U.M.S.C build in 1994 was stationed there that year and guarded nukes for 2 years before I went to Minot. There is also an Underground facility at White Sands, NM where most of the pyhsics research is done, They have government security riding around in dune buggies. K.U.M.S.C has some real tight security BMS alarms CCTV, NVCCTV, Pressure sensors along the outer west and east fence line, Hand geometry scanner with 9 digit PIN code with ID swipe card. Among that you have a security force of 5 security patrols KUMSC 1-5 and a barracks recall alarm that sounds and will give an extra 40 men in 30 min. We mostly drove around in Peacekeepers ( Old ass dodge frame vehicles with about 3" armor plating, really sucky compaired to what we were defending) and if that wasnt enough we could get Apaches from Arizona to be there in 2 hours. But now I have to kill you all for reading this




posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 02:54 AM
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posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 03:00 AM
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Sorry ment to put the image. Kinda new to this.




posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 03:03 AM
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Originally posted by Withdrawn_Depression
Sorry ment to put the image. Kinda new to this.



Sorry it only went half way. It shows the underground bases in the world.



posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 03:01 PM
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The 2 roads lead down into the hole about 85-100 feet to an ECP (Entry Control Point) then through 2 ton doors into a loading/unloading bay. It can get pretty smelly down there and sometimes we had to put on our gas masks because the fumes were so bad.

[edit on 23-8-2005 by Isostran]



posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 06:47 PM
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There is also a place I worked at from 1996-2000 on Kwajalein in the Marshal Islands that holds alot of Top Secret resources including Tsunami bombs ( Used to create up to 30 foot waves and cant be detected as anything other than a volcanic earthquake, they work as multiple explosions creating a Tsunami effect) and supposedly a freeze ray not official name (Said to create a tremendous vacuum that removes atomosphere and causes the area in effect to freeze. In 1994 reports of a huge chunk of ice floating in the Pacific by several cargo freighters leaves Enviromentalists skeptical, thus calling it man made.) and Thermobaric weapons (A thermobaric weapons consists of a container of a volatile liquid, in some designs including a finely powdered explosive component as a slurry, and (typically) two separate explosive charges. After the munition is dropped or fired, the first explosive charge (or some other dispersal mechanism) bursts open the container at a predetermined height and disperses the fuel in a cloud that mixes with atmospheric oxygen. Once the fuel is appropriately mixed, the second charge detonates, propagating an explosion (blast wave) through the cloud.) Along with other weapons testing. I learned about the first Hydrogen bomb detonation which was bigger than they expected and ended up radiating several Polynesian Islands and having to relocate these people because of severe radioactive fallout on the islands so severe that nothing will grow there for another 100 years. That was back in 59.
Here is a pic of the facility





posted on Jan, 11 2006 @ 03:30 AM
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I know that Edwards AFB was mentioned, but it wasn't stated that the old Rocket Test Site has a labarynth of underground tunnels in the mountain. I grew up within sight of it in Boron and remember the days when they tested all of the rocket engines to see what kind of stability and thrust they produced. It was very loud when they did and fire shot out of the side of the mountain...very cool!

My grandfather worked there at the time. I remember asking what he did there and I never got an answer from him. He wasn't a rocket scientist or anything that advanced.

Today, the mountain is still in use, but I have no idea what they do there now. I don't think they test many rocket engines anymore.

When the issue of the dirt that comes out of these tunnels is brought up, you have to wonder where it could be taken to. If there is tunneling between Edwards and Nevada, then a probable place to put the removed dirt would be the U.S. Borax mine just outside of Boron. A mining operation would be a great cover for millions of tons of earth being piled up somewhere. It wouldn't be hard to work some things out with mine company corporate execs for a separate operation on or near the mining site that our government could operate. There would be plenty of free trailings brought out that the mine might have use for.

I have no reason to believe that there are tunnels between Edwards and Nevada, but I wouldn't doubt it much either. I still live in the desert and don't see signs of it. Of course, I'm not sure what kind of signs to look for.



posted on Jan, 17 2006 @ 09:06 AM
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Most underground facilities fall into one of several catagories:

1. Command Centers: US Strategic Command, NORAAD, ECT.

2. Research and Testing Areas

3. Missile launch facilities

Tim



posted on Jul, 23 2007 @ 11:58 AM
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Originally posted by Shotgun
FEMA Area 1 C&C Manard, MA

Massachusetts EMA Framingham, MA

FEMA. Beverly TF1, Beverly Airport NIKE Base

First Air Force C&C Bunker, ( Now used by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston ) The Notch Holyoke, MA

Fort Devens TOC

Fort Devens Annex, Maynard, MA

Chilmark Island, south of Martha's Vineyard, MA (This was a Presidential Bunker for Kennedy, located apx. 30-35 miles SW from Hyanisport) Bunker was still there in 75 but in bad shape.

Boston Harbor Islands Defense Base, Dates to the Spanish American War Includes deep multi level bunkers on Long Island and Dear Island included tunnel between the two bases which has collapsed.

Harbor Command Post, Nahant, MA (Now owned by Northeastern Univ.)

Under Ground Hanger Orange Airport, Orange MA

Fort Edward's C&C Bunker ( was still there in 75 located adjacent to the BOMARC Sheds.)

Westover Air Reserve Base Command Bunker located on west side of the base, entrance is through an ordinary looking Cape type house.

Massachusetts National Guard C&C Bunker Rehoboth, MA




where exactly is the bunker on chilmark island??



posted on Jul, 23 2007 @ 12:37 PM
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I don't support your mission to list all known underground US facilities. Some of them could get a guy into lots of trouble without much effort.

I have knowledge of 3 underground facilities; 1 for command and control, 1 for blast protection of high value targets, and 1 on a decommissioned airfield that still has a military presence. (this is the one I find fascinating because I have performed work on some of the utility systems). None of them are listed in your material, which I find as good news.

I have worked on all the support systems for these facilities in one way or another and I have signed documents about secrecy. That's it for me.

You keep digging...



posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 10:17 PM
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[edit on 8/1/2007 by gregthebunny]



posted on Aug, 2 2007 @ 01:15 AM
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Mount Olney, Maryland
Mount Olney, FEMA



posted on Aug, 2 2007 @ 11:37 AM
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Are there any good abandoned bunkers in Massachusetts that anyone is willing to share?



posted on Aug, 2 2007 @ 11:54 AM
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Originally posted by Researcher





I work at 3 of the sites mentioned here ( travel intensive job ). And I work at the Nevada Test Site, where I frequently work in tunnels.


Thank you for your post Researcher but if you actually worked where you said you did you would not be posting here for a number of reasons. I would respectfully suggest that you are not telling the truth. However if you are telling the truth what company do you work for and what is the level of your current clearance? Also, do you drive to work or take the bus?


All the dirt that comes out of the tunnel has to go somewhere. Frequently it is used to make artificial terraces around the tunnel. This soil is a different color and composition than the pre-tunneling operation surface.


This statement does not hold true for any secret underground facility. The statement 'it has to go somewhere' appeals to the uninformed.


Mining equipment is vast, ungainly and requires constant attention from trained specialists.


"Vast and ungainly" does not describe current tunneling equipment used the the government.


These specialists are highly paid union members ( a miner I know at NTS makes $98 an hour! An HVAC guy I know there makes $30/hr. But he just got hired ).


Of course you are kidding? Union members working on secret underground facilities? Maybe NTS but nothing else.


If there are underground bases at these locations, there are miners unions, operators unions, highly paid union miners, and vast ugly pieces of hard rock mining gear that can't possibly be confused for anything else.


This is not a true statement. This statement may appeal to the uninformed.


I don't see these things at the sites I work at.


And if you did you would not be posting on ATS. At least not for very long.

Thanks anyway for the post. It was interesting.



posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 12:23 AM
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Fort Devens TOC
what does toc stand for?



posted on Aug, 15 2007 @ 11:08 PM
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I applied to your group of yahoo. there does not seem
to be anyone there.



posted on Aug, 15 2007 @ 11:31 PM
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to Isostran
why do I not get the same image when I
punch in the coords for the first photo?



posted on Oct, 21 2007 @ 10:07 PM
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Originally posted by Midnight Watchman
Delaware has abondoned bunkers buried under sand dunes along the shoreline:


From the history of the Cape Henlopen State Park:
With the onset of World War II, the U.S. Army established a military base at Cape Henlopen in 1941. Bunkers and gun emplacements were camouflaged among the dunes, and concrete observation towers were built along the coast to spot enemy ships. In 1964, the Department of Defense declared 543 acres of the Cape lands as surplus property. The State of Delaware accepted the property and established Cape Henlopen State Park.


You can now take tours of some of the "underdune" bunkers at the park, but there's many more still scattered around the park if you hike off-trail.


This is one of my favorite beaches - very unique landscape to the east coast, with the tall bluffs and the coves, etc. They are manmade - to cover the bunkers. I doubt that they are connected to any sort of network - although I could be wrong. There are some sections of the park that are still permanently closed off. I highly recommend a visit though.



posted on Nov, 2 2007 @ 03:06 PM
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Ellijay, Georgia located in the north georgia mountains about an hour's drive from Marietta.

I no longer live at the residence where strange events began to unfold. There were six families on that well maintained county road and only one resides there and he is well-known and money out the ying yang.

All evidence points toward stockpiling.

Low flying planes (one a cargo plan, no running lights)
County Road but can only go to iron gate leading to private residence
The mist
Spotted several men in what looked like wet suits early hours of morning
Large concrete daming structure in middle of creek
County road signs disappeared
Loss of insects

Much much more. I used to say SiFi In Real Time in My Back Yard



posted on Nov, 2 2007 @ 03:14 PM
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Ellijay, Georgia about an hours drive from Marietta. I've been wanting to find someone to discuss sifi, in real time, in my back yard.





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