posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 02:51 PM
Wow, this was just stupid. I mean seriously. Having been in the military, I've had to deal with perimeter guards in the past, and those guys don't
play around. Everything is a potential threat, and these morons were lucky they weren't shot. They shouldn't have pressed their luck, although I am
not convinced the guards knew they were there. People probably come up that way so rarely that they weren't paying much attention.
But if they did know they were there, they were being pretty nice to let them film on restricted land. I always said there is no way anyone will
obtain any useful information in this manner, although what this guy said was interesting. It is always possible that they really did have an
experimental aircraft on the pad or in the air, but if that was the case, they should have been paying better attention to detail. Or just doing their
jobs. It is funny though that they knocked on the door after observing them watching basketball. HAHA. I can just imagine those guys pissing
themselves, either thinking they were about to die, or thinking that a superior officer(s) were present and they were about to get reamed for not
doing their jobs.
So anyway, if their were experimental craft in the open, their words may actually carry some weight. The whole sub-level talk likely meant, in that
case, to get classified material below the ground. It is not a secret that the base is partially underground...MOSTLY underground even, so that would
make sense. This would then confirm there are different levels of the base. I wouldn't think that the perimeter guards would know all that much about
classified projects, but since they probably see more than any other regular employee, they might be more in the loop so to speak. Especially
considering that they must inform the base that their are people on the base, although I don't know how procedures for the guards would change
whether or not experimental craft are in the air.