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The United States has three major bases in Australia. One is in South Australia (Nurranger, near Woomera, T.N.), another in New South Wales, and the third (and by far the largest) is located within about 230 km (143 miles) of the geographical center of the continent, not far to the west of Alice Springs (Northern Territory), at the foothills of the southern slopes of the MacDonnell Range. This base is completely underground, with barely visible entrances to the surface. "This 'Top Secret' base is entirely financed by the United States Government, and is officially known as the Joint Defense Space Research Facility.
there is also the possibility that the tunnels were dug from below
Originally posted by ViperFreak
Yeah... I could see where an under-ground network of tunnels would assist in hiding current/new underground base development....but at the same time...if there is to be a huge inter-continental underground tunnel system, I have to firmly believe there would be several hundred people who have seen evidence of this....the fact remains if you dig out a tunnel, you are going to have excess dirt....and if they are facilities of any considerate size, then there is going to be large ammounts of dirt....not to mention the huge ammount of their "building material" whether it be concrete, cement, asphalt, electrical wires, lights, water & gas pipes.... or am I completely missing the point??? Something doesn't add up in this whole equasion to me...