Ex-Air Force Officer Swears UFO Knocked A Warhead Out Of The Sky With ‘Beams Of Light’

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Over the past couple of years, a group of former United States Air Force officers have been sharing what they say is proof that UFOs have interfered with American nuclear weapons.

One of them, former US Air Force captain and nuclear missile crew commander Robert Salas has gone on record claiming UFOs have interfered with American nuclear capabilities.

“I was in charge of ten nuclear missiles at the time when a UFO came over and hovered over our facility and while it was hovering there it was seen by all our guards,” Salas explained in 2021. “I was underground 60 feet, locked into a concrete capsule. It was reported to me directly by those guards.

“While the object was up there we lost all ten missiles due to guidance and control failure.”

Joining Salas in sharing his experiences dealing with UFOs has been former USAF lieutenant and missile test photographic officer Robert Jacobs.

Jacobs, Salas, former USAF captain and nuclear missile targeting officer Robert Jamison, and former USAF captain and nuclear missile crew commander David Schindele held a press conference at the National Press Club in 2021 where they presented and discussed evidence that UFOs have tampered with American nuclear weapons.

Finally, 25 years after their encounter, these former Air Force officers have been able to give testimony to the Pentagon’s new UFO office, the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO).

After being forced to sign NDAs following their UFO incidents in the 1960s, the Air Force officers have been speaking out and have finally gotten the government’s attention.

Jacobs, who testified to AARO on February 10th, was in charge of a telescopic camera team that filmed test missile launches at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California in the 1960s.

He states that on September 15, 1964 he caught on camera a mysterious disc fly towards a missile in the sky then shoot a series of beams at it, causing the missile to tumble out of the sky.

“We watched the third stage burn out, and into the frame came something else,” he claims.

“It flew into the frame and it shot a beam of light at the warhead.

“Now remember, all this stuff is flying at several thousand miles an hour. So this thing fires a beam of light at the warhead, hits it, and then it moves up… fires another beam of light… goes down and fires another beam of light, and then flies out the way it came in. And the warhead tumbles out of space.

“The object, the points of light that we saw, the warhead and so forth, were traveling through subspace about 60 miles straight up. And they were going somewhere in the neighborhood of 11,000 to 14,000 miles an hour when this UFO caught up to them, flew in, flew around them, and flew back out.

“Now I saw that. I don’t give a goddamn what anybody else says about it. I saw that on film. I was there.”

Daily Mail reports…

Jacobs said he was told to keep quiet about the footage by his boss, Major Florenze J. Mansmann, who viewed it with him in a meeting with two CIA officers in the days following the UFO incident.

Mansmann, who died in 2000, confirmed the account in a May 1987 letter to UFO researcher Scott Crain, and said he watched the video four times before the CIA officers shipped it to an undisclosed location on the east coast.

“I ordered Lt. Jacobs not to discuss what he saw with anyone because of the nature of the launch, the failure of the launch mission and the probability that the optical instrumentation (the film) showed an interference with normal launch patterns,” Mansmann wrote.

“The object was saucer-shaped,” he added. “I released the film to the Chief Scientist.”

Jacobs tells the Daily Mail that after finally meeting with the AARO, at the end of his testimony, he told them, “I’ve been trying for over 40 years to get the government to listen to my testimony,” adding, “The government finally listened.”

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