|UFOs and Nukes researcher Robert Hastings will be George Knapp’s guest on Coast to Coast AM on Sunday, July 18th at 10 pm Pacific Time (1 am Eastern July 19th). Hastings will discuss the recently-released UAP Task Force report and its failure to||
By The UFO Chronicles
mention any of the documented UFO incursions at nuclear weapons sites over the past 75 years.
Hastings says, “While the highly-publicized military pilot UAP sightings featured in the report are undoubtedly important, focusing exclusively on them while not acknowledging even one of the great many UFO incursions at ICBM sites, nuclear weapons storage areas and test sites, as well as fissile materials production facilities, only perpetuates the longstanding cover-up by the US government of crucial national security-related UFO activity.”
On September 27, 2010, Hastings co-sponsored the “UFOs and Nukes” press conference in Washington D.C., which CNN streamed live. At that event, seven US Air Force veterans discussed their involvement in UFO-related incidents at Minuteman nuclear missile sites, including occasions when the ICBMs malfunctioned just as a disc-shaped object hovered over their launch control facility.
Since 1973, Hastings has interviewed 167 US military veterans regarding their knowledge of such events during the Cold War era and beyond. Interviews with most of those veterans appear in Hastings’ book, UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites. His documentary film on the UFO-Nukes Connection further examines the pattern of UFO activity at US and Soviet missile sites.
Significantly, key individuals associated with the Pentagon’s recently-revealed UFO study group, the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), have confirmed the link between UFOs and our nukes. Former US Senator Harry Reid, whose behind-the-scenes efforts resulted in AATIP’s creation, has stated that large numbers of American ICBMs have been “disabled” at various Air Force missile bases over the years, something confirmed by former AATIP director Luis Elizondo. More recently, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Christopher Mellon has also publicly discussed UFO activity at American nuclear sites.
While Hastings applauds the UAP Task Force report as a major departure from the US government’s longstanding policy of denial and obfuscation, he believes that Congress needs to investigate the ongoing nuclear-related UFO incursions, given their obvious importance and relevance to any meaningful public disclosure of the UFO reality.