Area 51, What’s There?

Editorials News | Oct-30-2019

Area 51, What’s There?

Area 51, secret U.S. Air Force military located at Groom Lake in Southern Nevada. It is administered by Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California. The installation has been the focus of diverse treachery implicates extraterrestrial life, though its only seasoned use is as a flight testing facility.
For years there was consideration about the installation, especially amid growing reports of UFO sightings in the environs. The site became known as Area 51, which was its appellation on maps of the Atomic Energy Commission. Confederacy theories gained support in the late 1980s, when a man pleads to have worked at the installation claimed that the government was examining recovered alien spacecraft.
More than two million people raise their voice during the past two months to encounter on Area 51, the air base near Rachel, Nevada, with hopes of seeing aliens. Although the organizer has called the “Storm Area 51" event a hoax, city officials estimate that 30,000 to 40,000 people could show up this weekend.
Each year, Area 51’s mythology draws tourists from around the world. People come to catch a glimpse of otherworldly aircrafts and the mysterious base, which may house foreign spacecrafts. Some of the legend of Area 51, which has been disparage for years, is based on true events—if you know the history of Area 51.
A secret base in the desert
About 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas, somewhere between mile markers 29 and 30 along Nevada’s “Extraterrestrial Highway” (State Highway 375), lays an unmarked dirt road. Although no buildings are evident from the asphalt, the track leads to Groom Lake or Homey Airport—as it’s called on civilian aviation maps. For those in the know, it leads to a military base with many unofficial names: Paradise Ranch; Watertown; Dreamland Resort; Red Square; The Box; and The Ranch; Nevada Test and Training Range; Detachment 3, Air Force Flight Test Center (Det. 3, AFFTC); and Area 51.
The area near Groom Lake was used for silver and lead mining before World War II Once the war commence , the military took over the remote area and began supervise research: mainly nuclear and weapons testing.

By – Tripti Varun
Content –

Upcoming Webinars

View All