USAF Sergeant Saw UFO The ‘Size Of A Walmart’ & ‘Four Beings’ | UAP Video

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For obvious reasons, military bases and installations, especially nuclear weapons bases, are hot spots for UFO sightings.

However, most of those UFO sightings don’t result in actual encounters with the craft, or whoever is controlling them.

Which is exactly what happened in the case of United States Air Force Staff Sergeant Mario Woods, who was with the USAF Security Police in 1977.

While Woods was on duty guarding the missile silos at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota in 1977, he says he was at a control center outside the main base when, he tells the Disclosure Team podcast, “I just happened to look to my east which in the direction of Ellsworth Air Force Base, about 55 miles away, and … I see this light in the sky.”

“I thought what is that? Is that a helicopter? is that a B-52 bomber? B52s sometimes fly these training sorties at night and they fly at low level right over the prairie,” Mario Woods continued. “They would be practicing an attack run somewhere, to go high to low and come in then come up into an area and disperse their ordinance.”

It wasn’t.

Shortly after seeing this, he and his team were alerted by a signal that something had penetrated the perimeter of the base.

He and another member of the Air Force drove until they were about a mile away from the…


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