Aliens Disabled 10 Nukes in 1967

The decades-old stories about green or gray aliens visiting our planet have somewhat succumbed to the worries of everyday living and, in about five years' time, have become little more than fairy tales. Luckily for those who still believe they have been kidnapped and probed in awkward places by telepathic beings, US Air Force officer Captain Robert Salas still has something to say.

Salas is in fact the leader of a group of six former Air Force officers which are expected to hold a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington on Monday, during which they will make chilling revelations. Hopefully, not about probing...

Salas used to work as a missile-launch officer at the Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana. While there, he claims he was visited by aliens on March 16, 1967. These aliens however were not interested in probing, but in the nuclear missiles he was taking care of.

Now, the story of how Salas was informed about the UFOs flying around is long, boring and pretty much told by everybody else who has something to say about aliens. What differs however is that the aliens did not kidnap anyone, but in turn decided to disabling the nuclear missiles.

"All of a sudden, we started getting bells and whistles going off. As we looked at the display board in front of us, sure enough, the missiles began going into an unlaunchable, or no-go, mode. They couldn't be launched -- it went from green to red,” Salas told AOL News.

Now, Salas says nuclear missiles have a habit of entering no-go mode on their own from time to time, but never did he witnessed 10 of them doing it at the same time.

As it usually happens in UFO-alien related stories, the Air Force says nothing really happened.

We will look closely into what revelations the six or seven airmen will be making today in D.C. And, if we find something to be of some relevance, we'll get back to you. Until then, let's thank the aliens from preventing a nuclear war back in the sixties.

Or was it the Russians trying their newest jamming technology?
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