posted on Feb, 5 2004 @ 03:49 AM
Im based at Malmstrom AFB..we house nuclear missiles here all over this state..if u put every missile side by side it could fill up the state of West
Virginia..ne ways back in the 60s there was alot of UFO activity here...i'll post a little piece of the article and post the link to the rest of it
if u wanna know more, and btw if u have any questions about what the abbreviations in this article mean feel free to ask me..
Outside, above the subterranean LCC capsule, it was a typical clear, cold Montana night sky; there were a few inches of snow on the ground. Where we
were, there were no city lights to detract from the spectacular array of stars, and it was not uncommon to see shooting stars. Montana isn’t called
“Big Sky Country” for no reason, and Airmen on duty topside probably spent some of their time outside looking up at the stars. It was one of those
airmen who first saw what at first appeared to be a star begin to zig-zag across the sky. Then he saw another light do the same thing, and this time
it was larger and closer. He asked his Flight Security Controller, (FSC, the Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) in charge of Launch Control Center site
security), to come and take a look. They both stood there watching the lights streak directly above them, stop, change directions at high speed and
return overhead. The NCO ran into the building and phoned me at my station in the underground capsule. He reported to me that they had been seeing
lights making strange maneuvers over the facility, and that they weren't aircraft. I replied: "Great. You just keep watching them and let me know if
they get any closer."
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