Boyd Bushman, best known as the top scientist at Lockheed Martin, was declared dead on August 7th, 2014.
Although he made a concentrated effort to keep these stories out of the public eye, he later admitted to having previously worked in Area 51 with and under the guidance of aliens.
You may see pictures of the aliens and UFOs he showed, along with pictures of some of the technology he worked on, such as radiation detectors and a system that could quickly locate any aircraft.
He also demonstrated how he dismantled the Roswell craft from the 1950s. He mentioned extraterrestrials from the Quintonian system, some 68 light-years away from Earth. These aliens were far more technologically evolved than we were, as evidenced by the fact that they could travel a distance that would typically take us 68,000 years to cover.
He displayed images of these four to five foot tall extraterrestrials and claimed that Area 51 currently has at least 18 active operatives.
The video below below shows extraterrestrial spacecraft, including one that is lit up and prepared for an alien to operate.
After the aliens demonstrated that they could travel back and forth in less than 45 minutes, they also took a picture of Quintonia for the humans.
The United States Air Force’s (USAF) highly classified Area 51 facility is located on the Nevada Test and Training Range.
Officially known as Homey Airport (ICAO: KXTA, FAA LID: XTA) or Groom Lake, the location is a distant detachment run by Edwards Air Force Base (after the salt flat next to its airfield). Although the USAF does not disclose specifics about its operations, it is generally believed to facilitate the development and testing of experimental aircraft and weapon systems.
The USAF describes it as an open training range. The location was purchased by the USAF and CIA in 1955, largely for the purpose of flight testing the Lockheed U-2 aircraft.
The base is frequently the focus of conspiracy theories and a major part of unidentified flying object (UFO) fiction due to the great secrecy that surrounds it.
All research and events in Area 51 are Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI), despite the fact that it has never been designated a secret base. Following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request submitted in 2005, the CIA publicly acknowledged the base’s existence on June 25, 2013, and released declassified records describing its background and objectives.
83 miles (134 km) north-northwest of Las Vegas, in the southern part of Nevada, is where you’ll find Area 51. The neighborhood, which includes the quaint community of Rachel on the “Extraterrestrial Highway,” is a well-liked travel destination.
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