What i dont get about these types of stories (underground military bases - top secret) is how do you keep something a secret if thousands n thousands
of people know about it.... anything short of mind control cannot explain this. This is beyond compartmentalization.
I think you have made an error here. There are tons of things that many people within the government/military know about, but these things don't get
out to the public. How long did the government maintain a doomsday continuity of government bunker UNDER A WORKING HOTEL, with people going in and
out, without anyone finding out? People finally found out about it, and it was built right under their noses, but it took a long time.
And that was in a populated area. We are talking the middle of nowhere here. I live in Texas, and I have long thought that while everyone's attention
is focused on bases in New Mexico, Nevada, or Arizona, something could easily have been built underground in West Texas without anyone noticing. It is
a huge place.
I am not saying I buy the story, but it is definitely possible. The military definitely has the resources and the motive to want to do it as well.
But, there is some truth in the statement that someone, if there were thousands of entry-level military personnel, someone would have said something
to someone, and the story would at least have been mentioned online somewhere.
And to the person who mentioned that it didn't make sense to send a regular truck driver into such a place, you might be on to something. It would
seem to me that such things are not done regularly, and maybe this was a special case, where an outside driver had to deliver something important. For
instance, a key piece of machinery may have been needed immediately, and thus they went outside of standard delivery protocol to get the piece. That
is just one possibility. But if there were constantly civilian truckers going in and out, the story would have likely been out in more detail by now.
Maybe not, but it seems plausible to think so.
And there is another thing that I don't understand. The vast majority of military bases that have been built underground are structured in such a way
that it looks like one giant building. They don't carve out a huge space, and then start constructing buildings like they would on the surface. At
least I have never heard of such construction in a military base. But then again, there are not too many underground military basees that I know of.
The vast majority of them are on the surface. Even the Groom Lake base is on the surface, although there is likely an underground component to that
base. The majority of sub-surface installations are used for housing and launching nuclear ballistic missiles, and then there are bunkers that are
designed for nuclear warfare or some other disaster or attack. But an actual base, the entire thing I mean, being underground...I have never heard of
such. There is "S4," if you believe in that, which I personally think is garbage.
Such a base, to be built in such a manner, completely underground, would have a very important purpose. It would be either nuclear, or involve testing
of some kind, or something that is definitely highly classified and important to national defense. And this being the case, I cannot imagine having
thousands of military personnel, many of whom would have to be of low enlisted rank, trudging around the place. It is not impossible, but they
wouldn't just send Joe Blow enlisted man to such a base. I have been through the vetting process for a security clearance when I was in the Air
Force, and for something this secretive, not that many would pass such a process and be granted that necessary clearance.