Pentagon UAP Group Utilized
UFOs and Nukes Data Collected by Robert Hastings
| In a recent podcast (see below), former Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) director Luis Elizondo confirmed that information I had published in my 2008 book, UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, was utilized by the secret Pentagon group to assess the nature and scope of ominous activity by unknown aerial craft at nuclear weapons facilities during the Cold War era.
Speaking with Chrissy Newton, whose podcast, Rebelliously Curious, appears at The Debrief website, Elizondo said, “Yeah, AATIP was aware of the nuclear connection. We really owe a
By Robert Hastings
lot—there was a lot of information that we didn’t have access to, and it turns out that Robert Hastings did. He did a fantastic job in his one book about the nuclear connection [with UFOs]. And we were able to validate and substantiate exactly what he was saying, through intelligence reporting, so he was right. Not only was it good and accurate [data] but at the end of the day it was helpful. In some cases, there was a little bit of information that we didn’t have, that he did. And then in some other cases, we had classified information that he didn’t have…Actually, because of him, I was able to interview some people that I didn’t even know existed, and so it was very helpful.”
Elizondo was referring to information I had gleaned from US military veterans regarding their involvement in UFO incursion incidents at ICBM launch sites and other nukes-related facilities, occurring between 1945 and 2010. So far, 167 veterans have gone on the record during my interviews with them.
Having witnessed a radar tracking of five UFOs at the Malmstrom AFB, Montana, air traffic control tower in March 1967, I subsequently learned, from researcher Raymond Fowler, that unknown aerial craft had been repeatedly tracked and sighted as they maneuvered near the base’s nuclear missile sites. That revelation sparked a lifelong quest to learn more about such incidents which, I now know, took place at every US Air Force ICBM base during the Cold War era.
Recently, I wrote an op-ed in the Washington Examiner decrying the fact the UAP Task Force report, released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on June 25, 2021, failed to address even a single nuclear weapons-related UFO incursion. While the summary covered 144 US Navy pilot sightings from 2004 to 2021, it completely ignored what were arguably the most important UFO cases involving the military—repeated instances of those piloting the mysterious craft tampering with American ICBMs, decade after decade, whereby the missiles were either knocked offline or temporarily activated for launch!
In my view, this glaring omission was a deliberate slight-of-hand designed to perpetuate the cover-up of the reality of the UFO-Nukes Connection, which extends back to January 1945 and continues to the present day.