The UFOs and Nukes Connection with Robert Salas

10.18.2021 - By Somewhere in the Skies

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On episode 235 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Ryan joins the Rogue Planet crew in a special panel discussion featuring former USAF Missile Launch Officer, Robert Salas. The panel was hosted by Best-Selling author and radio show host, Peter Robbins. The panel discusses Salas' involvement in the famous Maelstrom Air Force Base Nuclear Missile Incident. On March 24th, 1967, it is alleged that ten of the base's Minuteman ICBMs known as Oscar Flight became inoperative, after UFOs were seen hovering over them. Robert Salas was the Captain in charge at the time. He will also field questions from the panel in relation to his upcoming conference being held at the National Press Club, in Washington D.C. on October 19th, titled, The UFOs and Nukes Connection, which you can Livestream for free on Youtube.

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