posted on Dec, 10 2003 @ 06:15 AM
"There are a variety of activities some of which are classified throughout what is often called Nellis Range Complex. The range is used for the
testing of technologies and systems and training for operations critical to the effectiveness of U.S. military forces and the security of the United
There is an operating location near Groom (Dry) lake, some specific activities and operations conducted on the Nellis Range both past and present
remain classified and cannot be discussed."
The Above statment was issued by the Pentagon in August 1996, in response to inquiries about the Dreamland base A.K.A, Area 51.
In this statment the Pentagon refers to the Nellis Range Complex. We know that not all of these "Areas" are bases, but the existance of the
Dreamland base in Groom Lake proves that Some of them Are bases. So, How many Bases are in the Nellis Range Complex? I Know of three for sure:
Nellis Air force Base
Deamland (Groom Lake)
Tonopah Test Range
If any one knows of any more with reasonable certainness, please add to this list! My goal is to map the complex so we can develope a more
complete picture of just what all falls under the umbrilla of "Activities"
[Edited on 10-12-2003 by ghost]