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WASHINGTON (BNS): Aliens in the 1960s infiltrated into the nuclear missiles zone of the US and Britain and deactivated the weapons, some former US Air Force officials have claimed.

Six former USAF pilots and a member of the military, who claim to have compiled the information by getting the testimony of 120 former military personnel, will speak in detail about the aliens “invasion” during a press conference in Washington on Monday.

Captain Robert Salas, one of the then missile launch officers who witnessed such an incident, accused the US Government of covering up the whole episode and keeping it a secret for decades.

Narrating the UFO attack that occurred on March 16, in 1967 at the Malmstrom air force base in Montana, US, Salas said, “I was on duty when an object came over and hovered directly over the site.

“The missiles shut down 10 Minuteman missiles. And the same thing happened at another site a week later. There’s a strong interest in our missiles by these objects, wherever they come from. I personally think they’re not from planet Earth,” the ex-officer was quoted as saying by The Telegraph newspaper.

A British official, Col Charles Halt, said that he noticed an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) hovering over the Royal Air Force’s Bentwaters military base some 30 years ago.

He saw “beams of light fired into the base” then heard on the military radio that aliens had landed inside the nuclear storage area, the newspaper said.

Another USAF officer, Capt Bruce Fenstermacher, said that he saw a cigar-shaped UFO flying over a nuclear base in Wyoming in 1976.

Even aliens could have landed on Earth as recently as seven years ago in 2003, the officials said.

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