Skip to comments.Air Force technician came face-to-face with 6ft 'shadow person' while guarding nukes
Posted on 01/13/2022 6:58:11 AM PST by devane617
Former USAF nuclear weapons technician Adrian Reister describes glowing 'orbs' hovering around the high-security Missouri base – and coming face-to-face with a 'shadow person'
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UFOs ‘reminding’ humanity to eliminate nukes says Bob Salas A decorated US Air Force airman is the latest in a long line of military personnel to report strange unidentified flying objects apparently taking an interest in nuclear weapons facilities.
Former USAF nuclear weapons technician Adrian Reister was stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, between 2003 and 2007, and had extensive knowledge of the aircraft that operated from the base – including the highly-advanced B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber.
But on at least two occasions he saw a UFO that didn’t look, or move, like any known aircraft type.
Reister was part of a team that maintained nuclear weapons on the base, trained in their handling as well as providing security when they were moved around the facility.
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Your mind plays weird tricks when you are standing alone in the dead of night trying to stay awake and what passes for being alert.
Exactly. It’s like the military never heard of sensors and cameras.
These sort of events have been known for a long time inside the UFO sub-culture, something that used to be outside of popular culture until tabloid style cable shows made the fringy topics more common, although many times laughably more for vogue entertainment. I have no doubt that our intelligence and security agencies have been aware of the focus of UFOS (or whatever acronym you choose these days) and other phenomenon around our nuclear assets. What is odd is how this stuff seems to get published more and more mainstream. It seems like more than just the mainstreaming of a fringe topic, like they are being intentionally dangled for some reason. The fact is, the topic is old old news, despite any current incidents
Not likely that a USAF nuclear weapons technician would blab about what he saw while on duty. Anyway, it’s the Daily Star. They value sensationalism a bit more than facts.
Amphetamine use is directly proportional to the observation of shadow people.
No enough of us are panicked over the covid scenario. They gotta try something else.
Many people have seen shadow people. The Greeks even had gods they called “the Shadows”. I have even seen shadow animals.
Did the guard recently watch ‘The Day The Earth Stood Still’?
Wasn’t that a Babylon 5 epsisode ?
Thankfully the officer didn’t misgender the shadow person.
Is that an AOC drone?
Exactly. Those of us who worked/work with nukes in the Air Force had some version of the following mantra driven into us as a reply to questions about them:
"It is the policy of the United States Air Force to neither confirm nor deny the presence of nuclear weapons at any given location in the world."
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