Re: Base 35 miles west of area 51

Message posted by Peter Merlin on January 21, 2007 at 11:10:51 PST:

There is nothing odd about a "Korean Airfield" on the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR). It is one of numerous targets used for training during Red Flag and other exercises.

For some reason people get all excited about various features "near Area 51." They seem to forget that Area 51 is in the middle of the NTTR, a vast training complex for aerial warfare. These features are not mysterious secret bases, missile silos or entrances to underground facilities. They are targets used for test and training purposes.

Features on the Nevada Test Site (NTS) are also frequently reported by people using Google Earth. These are facilities used for nuclear and explosives testing, simulated toxic spill training, waste storage, and test support operations. Just because they are "near Area 51" doesn't mean they have some sinister purpose.

In Reply to: Re: Base 35 miles west of area 51 posted by Chuck (CA) on January 21, 2007 at 10:39:52 PST:


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