Retired Air Force Captain David D Schindele yesterday alleged that the bizarre incident occurred in 1966, when he was the commander of a missile launch team in the missile field of Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota.
But the former serviceman was ordered never to breathe a word about what he saw, an explosive press conference said.
Along with other former U.S. Air Force chiefs, Captain Schindele testified about how aliens allegedly tampered with weapon systems during tests, at nuclear bases, and even doomsday missile deactivation .
In his testimony to the National Press Club in Washington DC, he said: throwable. “
I was involved in a UFO incident at the time, when a flying object falsified and shot down a total of ten ICBM nuclear-tipped missiles
David D Schindele
Captain Schindele said he woke up in December 1966 at the base to radio reports of UFO sightings by civilians in the nearby town of Mohall.
Arrived above the underground missile control room, he was taken by the site manager to a ground “security center” to tell him that he and other security guards saw a flying saucer hovering in front of him. a window.
Presenting a card at yesterday’s press conference, Captain Schindele said: “He [site manager] described a large object just outside the perimeter fence, with bright flashing lights, but noiselessly, and it hovered close to the ground. “
Captain Schindele said: “I estimated the object to be 80 to 100 feet wide, based on how he estimated the waist with his arms outstretched.
“After many minutes had passed, the object then slid to the north end of the building and out of sight.
“But then it became visible to the security guards. “
Meanwhile, the petrified security personnel huddled inside, gazing out the windows at the brightly lit, floating craft.
Captain Schindele recalled: “It was a short time before the object took flight and disappeared in a second.
” They [security guards] all of them confirmed to us a terrifying experience to behold, which I could tell by the tone of their voices and the expressions on their faces.
“They knew the object was not a helicopter. The base’s helicopters did not fly at night, especially without notice at the facility. “
He said he then took the elevator 60 feet underground to the nuclear missile launch control room.
It was so unsettling and unsettling for us as we tried to understand the reality of the situation that had presented itself to us.
Captain David D Schindele
Here, the service crew said the missiles came down as the UFO hovered beside the main door and over the underground control room capsule.
Captain Schindele said: “All the missiles indicated a malfunction in the guidance and control system. We had never seen such a situation. It was all new to us.
“And it was so unsettling and unsettling for us as we tried to understand the reality of the situation that had arisen. “
Other “missiles” claim to have had equally strange encounters. Worrying for humanity, some report that unidentified objects are interfering with nuclear missiles fired in their silos.
‘BASIC UFO ENCOUNTERS CUP’
Former Air Force Officer Robert Salas was the duty commander of an underground launch control facility assigned to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, United States, March 24, 1967.
He claims that his ten intercontinental ballistic missiles have become inoperative.
Salas added eight days earlier, on March 16, 1967, that a similar incident occurred at another launch control facility.
Like other servicemen, he is now hoping the military is getting closer to disclosure.
A crucial development in this direction came in June when the Pentagon released its UAP task force report which revealed 144 unexplained UFO encounters.
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