Skip to comments.Are the Mystery Drone Swarms Lingering Near Nuclear Missile Silos?
Posted on 01/20/2020 7:34:18 AM PST by ProtectOurFreedom
The strange flying objects have been spotted near F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming, which houses enough nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles to wipe out several cities.
For weeks, mysterious unidentified flying objects over the Eastern Plains region of Colorado have vexed residents, law enforcement, the military, and state and federal officials.
Those who see them say they appear in the night sky, often several at a time, their locations marked by the light they emit. Audibly buzzing, they hover and maneuver in precise formations.
The mystery of their origin has gripped Colorado, where news of a sighting makes near-daily headlines and no one has yet copped to operating the aircraft. The states governor, Jared Polis, deployed the state plane to hunt them down after a pilot believed one of the objects came too close to a Flight for Life helicopter. And a constellation of government agencies has formed a task force to get to the bottom of the mystery.
Representatives from some 77 agencies, including the military and the FBI, met for a closed-door briefing in the small town of Brush on Jan. 6.
The group is not going to discuss the details of its inner workings, and is not planning to provide incremental updates on its activities, Ian Gregor, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson based in Los Angeles, told The Daily Beast. But we will inform the public about any important developments.
The FAA has reached out to UAS test sites, drone companies, and companies that have authorization to operate drones in the area, but we have not been able to determine that any of these operators were the source of the reported drone flights, an FAA statement read.
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I hadn't thought about the angle that these are flying around the vicinity of nuclear missile silos.
Seth Shostak, an astronomer with the SETI Institute in California, said "...everyone knows that the alien spacecraft prefer the American Southwest. Must be the Tex-Mex cuisine. LOL...that's some good humor, Seth!
This has been going on since the 1940s. I’m only wondering why it’s becoming news now.
The technology to make small, low-cost, coordinated swarms of drones is new, certainly newer than ten years. Much of the tech has emerged in the past five years.
Well, if I was up to no good my drones wouldn’t emit light.
But then the little green micro-pilots wouldn’t be able to see each other!
It’s a SECRET alien invasion! That’s why they turned their lights on. /s
I hear these UFOs are attracting herds of Bigfoots! /s
It’s the RUSSIANS!!! /s
Was this first reported in the Globe?
This will push (maybe intentionally?) a FAA ban on all drones.
“Wow...SEVENTY SEVEN agencies met to try to figure out what’s going on. “
A good boy scout troop could figure it out in one meeting,
The Space Force! Just in time!
“They” are here for the IMPEACHMENT TRIAL! /s
Heres a nano swarm in action...https://youtu.be/YQIMGV5vtd4
“The technology to make small, low-cost, coordinated swarms of drones is new, certainly newer than ten years. Much of the tech has emerged in the past five years.”
The reports here in Colorado say these are large drones.
LOL...that’s a low-flying Space Force!
Were any Air Force personnel “probed”? Wait! Was it the weekend? /s
The best of the root of these stories goes back to William Cooper and his 1991 book, Behold A Pale Horse.(online...much more there)...Cooper was later killed.......
They have decoded the buzzing sounds. They Translate to “Take me to your leader”. /s
Are the Mystery Drone Swarms Lingering Near Nuclear Missile Silos?
4,000 satellites in space and not one ever gets a photo of a UFO must be a slow news day.
It’s new to the public.
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