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Secret Government Bases and Facilities


Area 51

This Military Research Base has only been officialy declared recently because of some legal matters brought up in a court of law, this base is considered to be the most secretive "Known" U.S. Military Research Facility in the world, it's history is rich and colorful and comes along with many confirmed yet highly unbelievable stories.


Dugway Proving Ground

Dugway Proving Ground is a fairly secret facility located in the west desert of Utah. Its official mission is to evaluate, test, and develop biological and chemical agents for the US Army. UFOlogists have hinted that the base's secret status, underground facilities, and low profile make it the perfect place for sequestering of "alien artifacts" and other items of extraterrestrial origin. This claim is nearly impossible to verify given the secret nature of the installation and the dearth of publicly available information on the facility.
The facility includes Michaels Air Force Base, an emergency landing facility for the space shuttle. This facility was to have been a test landing location for the X-33 advanced spacecraft. However that program was over budget, over schedule and was eventually killed.


S-4 - Papoose Dry Lake

Area S-4 or otherwise known as Papoose Dry Lake, is where some say the government is hiding all of the extraterrestrial debris and aliens that have crashed down to earth. It is located south of Area 51 and is also where Bob Lazar says he saw 9 alien craft.


N.S.A Facility at Pine Gap Australia

Pine Gap is the commonly used name for the city of Alice Springs in the heart of Australia that is operated by Australia and the U.S. It consists of a large computer complex with eight radomes protecting antennas, and has over 800 employees. It is officially called the Joint Defence Facility Pine Gap. It is believed to be one of the largest ECHELON ground stations.

While much of its operation is secret, Pine Gap is known to be involved in numerous military satellite operations. As a result, it is occasionally targeted for protests, most recently during the war in Afghanistan