Robert L. Salas


Robert L. Salas on

“The UFO Phenomenon – A Twenty-Year Perspective”

May 17th @ 7:40pm

At our May meeting, Captain Robert L. Salas will speak about his own experiences as a witness to an incident at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana in 1967, during which nuclear missiles were disabled during a UFO encounter.  He will also discuss another, similar incident that occurred eight days later in the same vicinity. After this incident, the U.S. Air Force denied that UFOs were involved in these incidents. Salas will present detailed evidence that this denial and cover-up resulted in the withholding of evidence from the Air Force-funded Condon Committee’s investigation into the UFO phenomenon. Salas believes that the intentional whitewashing of the evidence in these cases contributed to the development of the current Air Force policy of public denial, dismissal and lies about the UFO phenomenon.

Robert will discuss other, previously unreported UFO incidents that witnesses have only recently disclosed publicly for the first time. These stories also involve sightings on or near nuclear weapons bases. These combined incidents clearly indicate a pattern of interest by extraterrestrials in our nuclear weapons capabilities.

The response to this phenomenon by the U.S. and other governments has involved the use of disinformation, ridicule and extreme secrecy to manage public perceptions of the subject. Mr. Salas will shine a light on the surprising efforts our government has made to control the situation. Salas has concluded that there is an international secret group or UFO Cabal working diligently to insure that the UFO community is dysfunctional, ineffective, and in disarray.

Robert Salas is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, class of 1964. He served seven years on active duty before separating from the Air Force in 1971. While on active duty he worked as a Weapons Controller, flew target drones, commanded inter-continental ballistic missiles as a launch officer, and worked as an Air Force missile propulsion engineer on the Titan III program.

From 1971-73 he worked as a safety and reliability engineer for Martin-Marietta Aerospace and Rockwell International on Space Shuttle design proposals. From 1974 until his retirement in 1995, he worked for the Federal Aviation Administration as an aircraft structures certification engineer. Since 1998, he has worked as a mathematics teacher.  He currently teaches and tutors mathematics.

Event Details

May 17, 2017 @ 7:40 PM. Plan to get there by 7:30 so we can get everyone in without delaying our program.

695 W. 19th St, Costa Mesa, the Costa Mesa Senior Center

Gen. Admission: $15 MUFON OC Members, First Timers and Students with Student ID: $10