I-Team: New Film Claims UFOs Monitored Nuclear Weapons
Officially, the U.S. government ended its study of UFOs in 1969, because it assured the public there is no proof the phenomena represents a threat to national security.
But, what if these unknown aircraft showed an interest in our nuclear weapons?
UFOs have not only infiltrated restricted airspace over nuclear missile bases, but on occasion, have disabled ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles) and put the military on high alert. In one dramatic incident, military photographers using telescopic lenses watched a UFO disable a warhead used in a missile test fired from Vandenberg.
UFO incidents at the Nevada Test Site were so routine, according to a former security officer named Walter Levine, that teams were assigned the job of specifically looking for them from inside a specially-equipped building at Indians Springs Air Force Base now known as Creech.
Incidents have been reported in the UK, India, Pakistan and other nuclear powers. In the 1990s, the I-Team traveled to Russia twice and obtained classified documents about frightening incidents there.
Who’s behind these incidents and why?