Saturday, 16 April 2016

Admission Of Malmstrom Missile Shutdown Incident In Kirtland Air Force Base Trip Notes?


          A rather extraordinary document, sourced from the in the Edward U. Condon Collection at The American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia by Dr. Michael Swords, has come to my attention. It’s a page from the “trip notes” written by members of Condon’s UFO Study Team. The same Condon who was head of the most flawed major UFO study in history. Anyway, while visiting Kirtland Air Force Base in mid-Feburary, 1968, the some of those team members met with, I guess, aerospace and missile experts, and discussed the recent and alarming missile shutdowns at Malmstrom Air Force Base which occurred less than a year before. We all know the detailed stories, and there exist enough United States Air Force (USAF) and other ’agencies documents to be sure something was going on. Something really serious. None of this has been admitted by the USAF. But they may want to rethink that stance one day, when more documents leak out. Not unlike the document below. Under the heading “KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE” it is dryly stated:

“Checked classified aspects of electromagnetic effects possibly associated with UFO sightings near a Minuteman missile base. Notes results of the discussion were inconclusive, in that it cannot be ruled out that UFOs were the cause of the effects observed at the base. Nothing more can, within security limitations, be said.”

There are a number of very important aspects to this. Firstly, note the use of the word “sightings”, not “sighting”. That means that more than one missile shutdown event was discussed, or, that only one event was discussed, but was confirmed by multiple people or systems in situ. Secondly, there is the admission that it “…cannot be ruled out that UFOs were the cause of the effects…”. Thirdly, more was discussed, but nothing of it was to be put on paper, or, word verbatim “Nothing more can, within security limitations, be said.”.

That’s a lot of punch on half a page of notes. I have yet to study this further, and more will be coming soon. On another note, I discovered this while digging deeply for North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) documents, and, on the same page as this Minuteman missile business, there are trip notes relating to space objects, obviously of the UFOs variety, being conceivably detected on air defence systems. The briefing was conducted at the West Coast Study Facility, which functioned under the old USAF Systems Command (AFSC). Again, like the Kirtland AFB visit, the details of the briefing were classified. A summary was presented, however, which is on the document below. I will be discussing this aspect of things in my continuing series “NORAD And The UFO Smokescreen”.

Below is the above mentioned document.


5 comments:

  1. Paul,

    We are very fortunate to have you working on these matters at this time. There's a lot of pressure for disclosure these days. Not sure where it will land - could have the opposite affect. But these missile shutdowns - as evidence builds - especially what you just shared with us - are going to be hard to deny at some point. Add to that the role of NORAD and any supporting documentation there and all of the naysayers are going to have to admit they are dead wrong. You can tell the ones that have problems with the truth - they can't say nuclear - they can only say nucular. Thanks - you have really added weight to a valuable argument.

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    1. Wait till you see whats coming...

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  2. You don't name your source, which is OK, but do you personally think this is an authentic Condon "trip notes" document yourself?

    How would you rate it, since you know the source?

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    1. 100%. I can talk to you about it on email.

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  3. John Andrew Teglas22 April 2016 at 23:09

    Not surprised, nor to any fault of your own, for playing the ambiguity card as to your source of information. Without doubt you make a interesting connection. We all have to ask ourselves; if an outside threat, or breach of airspace by an alleged unknown undocumented track (unrecorded cross section), was no threat, or fictitious, or unanswerable, why would any discussion at the level stated persist?

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