posted on May, 3 2011 @ 03:45 PM
In response to your question, I plan to publish a lengthy article on all of this sometime in late May or early June.
BTW, the big story is that USAF personnel working in the FE Warren missile field on the day of the ICBM communication snafu last October have reported
seeing a huge, cigar-shaped object in the sky, intermittently, during and immediately following the hours-long comms disruption incident--which
apparently lasted much longer than the 59 minutes acknowledged by the Air Force. The witnesses all say that the unknown aerial craft looked like a
World War I German Zeppelin and was definitely not a commercial blimp.
The same persons, and others on the base, say that the commanders quickly warned their troops not to talk to the media or UFO investigators about "the
things they may or may not have seen" and further warned of severe penalties for those who might violate security.
The latest report of the *suppression* of UFO sightings by Air Force higher-ups comes from the mid-April time-frame, and generally relates to ongoing
military and civilian sightings over the past six months.
Please twitter and facebook yourselves into a frenzy, to help spread the word on these developments, which will be discussed at length my upcoming
article, to be posted at The UFO Chronicles. (I don't do that stuff myself because I have arthritis in my hands and, well, because I am a 61-year old
edit on 3-5-2011 by Robert Hastings because: (no reason given)