Friday, November 12, 2010

UFOs & Nukes | Former Capt. Bob Salas & Colonel Dwynne Arneson (Ret) On The Joiner Report with Host Frank Warren—TONIGHT—

Bob Salas & Colonel Dwynne Arneson (Ret) on The Joiner Report with Host Frank Warren

By Frank Warren
The UFO Chronicles
     Former Capt. Bob Salas & Colonel Dwynne Arneson (Ret) will stop by The Joiner Report tomorrow night, Friday November 12th, 2010 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM PST (Salas will be on the first hour, Arneson the second hour). Listen here: UFO Paranormal Radio Network, or join us in the virtual auditorium at and participate in the conversation.

The UFO-Nuke connection will be discussed, with focus on the recent Press Conference and its aftermath.

Bob Salas, former USAF Captain, was a Minuteman I launch officer (Deputy Missile Combat Crew Commander) at Malmstrom’s Oscar Flight, on March 24, 1967, when all of his missiles dropped-off alert status—malfunctioned—just as one of his guards reported a UFO hovering over the Launch Control Facility’s security fence gate. Salas and his missile commander, now-retired Col. Fred Meiwald, were debriefed about the incident and asked to signed non-disclosure statements by an agent from the Office of Special Investigations (OSI). Meiwald has confirmed that, shortly after the malfunctions occurred, a two-man Security Alert Team was sent out to one of the flight’s missile silos to investigate a tripped alarm there. Upon approaching the site, the team saw a second (or the same) UFO hovering near it, whereupon they became frightened and quickly returned to the Launch Control Facility.

Dwynne Arneson, retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel, was the Officer-in-Charge at the Malmstrom AFB, Montana, Communications Center in 1967, when he read a classified message concerning the sighting of a UFO hovering over one of the base’s Minuteman I Launch Facilities (silos), just as several missiles mysteriously malfunctioned. Although Arneson can not recall the designation of the missile “flight” mentioned, researchers now know that two UFO-related full-flight shutdowns—involving 10 missiles each—took place at Malmstrom in March of that year, at Echo and Oscar Flights.

No comments :

Post a Comment

Dear Contributor,

Your comments are greatly appreciated, and coveted; however, blatant mis-use of this site's bandwidth will not be tolerated (e.g., SPAM etc).

Additionally, healthy debate is invited; however, ad hominem and or vitriolic attacks will not be published, nor will "anonymous" criticisms. Please keep your arguments "to the issues" and present them with civility and proper decorum. -FW


Mutual UFO Network Logo