Despite our keen interest in extraterrestrial beings, the majority of the population still ignores the possibility of a relationship between UFOs and nuclear storage and test sites.
In the late 70s and early 80s, the United States attempted to plant a nuclear weapon on the moon, in an attempt to test the effectiveness of such weapons in space. However, before the US could transport the weapon to the moon, a UFO destroyed it.
This story was leaked by Colonel Ross Dedrickson, a high-ranking whistleblower who held very sensitive positions at the Department of Energy. Dedrickson is one of the hundreds of military personnel to have been brought forth by Dr. Steven Greer’s Disclosure Project. Each of these whistleblowers has verified backgrounds and have released a wealth of evidence supporting their claims.
Over the last few decades, many of these whistleblowers have made attempts to get this information out into the world, making appearances at the National Press Club. The most recent example is the Citizens Hearing on Disclosure.
Today, sci-fi franchises such as Star Wars, Star Trek, and Alien are becoming increasingly popular among the masses, with many Hollywood studios reimaging these universes and bringing them up-to-date with the latest technology. However, despite our keen interest in extraterrestrial beings, the majority of the population still ignores the possibility of a relationship between UFOs and nuclear storage and test sites.
While it is uncertain whether these theories hold a grain of truth, the evidence leaked by Colonel Ross Dedrickson is difficult to ignore. Among this information are documents, statements from high ranking individuals, as well as air and ground radar confirmation. In addition to the information he has shared, which is now available within the public domain, the positions that he has held over the course of his career give his claims further credence.
His obituary details his duties and responsibilities as follows:
“He was assigned to the US Atomic Energy Commission. A long service with the Energy Commission between 1950-1958 included contract administration duties at Nevada test sites, Pacific Nuclear Test Area west of Hawaii, nuclear weapon manufacturing and quality assurance in Albuquerque, and inspection of nuclear and non-nuclear facilities throughout the country. He served with the 5th Air Force in Japan and later as a ranking Colonel, Officer in Charge of the Pacific Unified Command (TM)s alternate ‘command and control center’ in Hawaii. In 1962, he was transferred and served as Deputy for Material for the 832 Air Division at Canon Air Force Base, Clovis, New Mexico. He retired from the USAF in 1964.”
Since the late 1940s, military personnel and researchers have reported incidents of UFOs interfering with nuclear missiles. One of the most notable UFO events in history is the encounter at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana. In recent years, personnel from the base have come forward to confirm the encounter. The video below shows a few of these individuals recounting the event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. in 2010.
Meanwhile, it appears the nuclear weapon destined for the moon had been in the works for some time. Declassified documents from June 1959 by the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center shows that the plan had been seriously considered. The mission, called Project A119, was aimed to act as a means of further investigating the space environment and would shed light on the capability of weapons in space.
“I also learned about incidents involving nuclear weapons, and among these incidents were a couple of nuclear weapons sent into space were destroyed by the extraterrestrials. . . . At the very end of the 70s and the early 80s, we attempted to put a nuclear weapon on the moon and explode it for scientific measurements and other things, which was not acceptable to the extraterrestrials. They destroyed the weapon before it got to the moon,” stated in the interview featured below.