“We were just dumbfounded. We'd never seen anything like that ever.”
- “Kelly,” USAF Security, Creech AFB, Indian Springs, Nevada
June 26, 2015 Las Vegas, Nevada - In early June 2015, I received an email from a 29-year-old whose father and grandfather had served in the U. S. Air Force. He said he had seen unusual aerial phenomena while serving at Creech Air Force Base 42 miles northwest of Las Vegas in the 2007 to 2008 time period. He explained that at the time, he taught anti-terrorism and security forces training, often in a place called Area 63 Charlie next to Dog Bone Lake and not far from S-4, Area 51, Nellis AFB. Creech AFB in Indian Springs, Nevada, and Nellis AFB about 6 miles northeast of Las Vegas, are united in what is called the U. S. Air Force Warfare Center.
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