UAPs disabled nuclear missiles multiple times according to new testimony

MYSTERY WIRE — A group of retired military men told reporters Tuesday about disturbing incidents involving America’s nuclear missile bases and UFOs. In some of the incidents, the witnesses say, the unknown craft somehow sabotaged and disabled nuclear missiles. In the gathering Tuesday at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. was intended to get the attention of Congress. Witness after witness told reporters about chilling incidents at multiple nuclear missile bases where unknown objects or craft intruded into restricted air space, hovered over ICBM silos, and somehow disabled the weapons. If the nation had gone to war during any of these incidents, the weapons would have been inoperable. “In September of 1966, I was a Minuteman ICBM Launch Control Officer and Deputy Commander of a large crew stationed at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota,” Retired Air Force Captain Dave Shindele said. “I was involved in a UFO incident at that time, where a flying object tampered with, and took down a total of 10 nuclear tipped ICBM missiles by rendering them unlaunchable.” In each of the incidents described by the witnesses, Air Force personnel were ordered to keep quiet and forget they ever happened. One of the men…

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UAPs disabled nuclear missiles multiple times according to new testimony

Updated: October 19, 2021 — 10:27 pm