Retired Montana Sheriff Saw “Impossible” UFO Radar Track in USAF Briefing

“We don’t have anything that can do that – so what the hell is it?”USAF Colonel, Malmstrom AFB, Great Falls, Montana

The current American force of Minuteman III nuclear missiles manufactured by Boeing are in missile silos around Malmstrom AFB in Great Falls, Montana; Minot AFB, North Dakota; and F.E. Warren AFB in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

The three red circles mark the location of modern Minuteman III nuclear missiles manufactured by Boeing in underground silos around Malmstrom AFB, Great Falls, Montana; Minot AFB, North Dakota, and F.E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne, Wyoming
The three red circles mark the location of modern Minuteman III nuclear missiles
manufactured by Boeing in underground silos around Malmstrom AFB, Great Falls,
Montana; Minot AFB, North Dakota, and F.E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne, Wyoming

Minuteman III is the only land-based ICBM in service in the United States. It is complemented by the sea-launched Trident missile SLBM and by nuclear weapons carried on long-range strategic bombers.

Minuteman III missiles are regularly tested with launches from California's Vandenberg AFB (above in 2006). A launch test on three years ago on September 17, 2010, sent a single re-entry test vehicle into suborbital space on a flight that soared some 5,300 miles (8,530 km) across the Pacific Ocean, successfully landing on target about 200 miles (322 km) southwest of Guam. Image courtesy USAF.
Minuteman III missiles are regularly tested with launches from California’s
Vandenberg AFB (above in 2006). A launch test on three years ago on
September 17, 2010, sent a single re-entry test vehicle into suborbital space
on a flight that soared some 5,300 miles (8,530 km) across the Pacific Ocean,
successfully landing on target about 200 miles (322 km) southwest
of Guam. Image courtesy USAF.
A Minuteman III in its underground silo.
A Minuteman III in its underground silo.

UFOs Shut Down 20 ICBMs at Malmstrom AFB in 1967

“All ten missiles in ECHO Flight at Malmstrom lost strat alert within ten seconds of each other. … The fact that no apparent reason
for the loss of ten missiles can be readily identified is cause for grave concern to this headquarters.”

SECRET telex from SAC (Strategic Air Command) to RUWMMBA/00AMA Hill AFB, Utah, and others including Malmstrom AFB, Montana; Boeing Co., Seattle, Washington; and Norton AFB, California, dated March 17, 1967, about ECHO Flight shut down of ten ICBMs the day before on March 16, 1967. Then 10 more were shut down at OSCAR Flight by unidentified external EMP on March 24, 1967.
SECRET telex from SAC (Strategic Air Command) to RUWMMBA/00AMA
Hill AFB, Utah, and others including Malmstrom AFB, Montana; Boeing Co.,
Seattle, Washington; and Norton AFB, California, dated March 17, 1967, about
ECHO Flight shut down of ten ICBMs the day before on March 16, 1967. Then 10 more
were shut down at OSCAR Flight by unidentified external EMP on March 24, 1967.

Forty-six years ago on March 16, 1967, at Malmstrom AFB, an Air Force ECHO Flight crew was 60 feet underground in the Flight Launch Control Center (LCC) located 90 miles east of Great Falls. To everyone’s astonishment, large, reddish-orange, glowing aerial discs were seen by the Security Alert Teams. Simultaneously, ten Minutemen intercontinental ballistic missiles started going off line, one at a time, every second. That meant TEN of America’s most secure military weapons 60 feet underground had been controlled and shut down by a force from above ground.

Then incredibly, the same thing happened eight days later on March 24, 1967, to the Malmstrom Air Force Base OSCAR Flight. Ten more ICBMs were shut down one at a time every second. One of the USAF personnel in a missile bunker 60 feet underground was 1st Lt. Robert L. Salas, who had graduated from the U. S. Air Force Academy in 1964. He has been a pioneer in coming forth with the truth about UFO interferences at American nuclear missile sites, including his own experiences in which UFOS shut down 20 ICBMs at Malmstrom AFB on March 16, 1967, and then eight days later on March 24, 1967, shut down ten more. In an Earthfiles interview with Bob Salas in October 2010, Bob told me, “Absolutely we knew these red-orange, pulsating objects above the missile silos were not terrestrial aircraft!”

See in Earthfiles 102810 Archive: “20 ICBMS Shut Down by UFOs At Malmstrom AFB in March 1967.”

Boeing Concluded Electromagnetic Pulses from Outside Silos Shut Down Missiles

Boeing investigators concluded in a 1999 summary about the nuclear missile shut down phenomena that to reproduce the effects on the ICBMs that went down, a 10-volt pulse would have to be introduced into the data line. Boeing also said that each of the missiles was independent from the others. So, the electronic signal would have to have been sent to each missile separately.

Those missiles were about a mile and a half from the Launch Control Center (LCC) where Bob Salas was located 60 feet underground where buried cable was triple-shielded. So this EMP signal would have to have been injected into each of the missiles separately, go through triple-shielded cable and be sent to a specific point in each missile. Boeing concluded that they could find no reasonable cause for this. They could not explain it. They could not understand it.

Eight years later in 1975, law enforcement in counties around Malmstrom AFB such as Cascade and Teton Counties would be chasing not only unidentified craft and lights in the sky day and night, but trying to find the perpetrators of hundreds of bloodless, trackless animal mutilations on the ground. Cascade County even had lots of Bigfoot sightings. Off the record, law enforcement around Malmstrom AFB like Robert Salas underground in Malmstrom Minuteman silos knew that something very eerie, baffling and not human-like was intruding.

For the first time since I began my own investigations of animal mutilations, UFOs, human abductions and government policies of denial about these very real phenomena, I was able recently to talk with retired Teton County Sheriff John “Pete” Howard from Choteau, Montana. He began with his own firsthand viewing of a Malmstrom AFB radar track of an unidentified object that moved and stopped and turned in the sky in ways that no terrestrial vehicle or pilot could ever do.

Linda Moulton Howe - Earthfiles