I earned the "Missile Badge" for making a "significant contribution to America's Missile and Space Program" so the citation read, while I was Officer-in-Charge of Photo-optical Instrumentation in the 1369th Photographic Squadron at Vandenherg Air Force Base, California from May, 1963 to May, 1966. The spectacular contrail could easily be seen up in Los Angeles, but who launched this missile and why, remain a mystery for now. The Great Trident Sub-Launched Missile California Freak-Out of Nov 7, 2015 [and what it can teach us about UFO witnesses] James Oberg November 16, 2015 Draft-2 .
By Dave Hodges The events in California are bizarre, very bizarre. ... rattlesnakes and roaming coyotes which have snatched dogs from California celebrities such as singer LeAnn Rimes. A Navy spokesman confirmed that the mysterious light was in fact an unarmed Trident II (D5) missile that was fired from the USS Kentucky, a ballistic missile submarine, over Southern California.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA — The video is stunning. security. The SM-65 "Atlas" ICBM.
I know what a missle looks like also,the trails came up from the same area coronado island and catalina area.
A Boy and His Dog (1975) - the story of a boy and his talking dog in a post-apocalyptic world. … guess who is there." : The Defense Department and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) have both opined publicly that as such, it did not pose any threat to U.S. "Former Assistant Director of Operations for NORAD declares "In my opinion there is absolutely no doubt that what was captured on video off the coast of California was a missile launch"
After a few seconds of being just a bright dot in the sky, the object erupts in an ominous, bluish, alien-esque light for close to 30 seconds. A fiery streak lit up the California sky as the U.S. Air Force conducted an early morning test of an unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile launch from Vandenberg Air Base.
T. Scott Crain, Jr.: Getting the Air Force to admit they have on film a UFO encircling an Atlas F missile while in flight, is not an easy thing to do.
Again, I have not seen the full video, just chopped up pieces so I can not get the flight duration nailed down to rule out a ballistic missile launch. As I dug deeper into these events, I am left wondering, …
A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket sits on Launch Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center ahead of the rocket's 1st test flight, which will carry a Tesla Roadster into space. A mysterious missile launch off the southern California coast was caught on video Monday evening by a KCBS news helicopter. What happened in California is a SOLID, ROCK SOLID PRECEDENT for there to have been a real missile launch and shoot down off of Hawaii, with subsequent media white wash. You can't trust a damn thing the media says, they are all a bunch of scamming traitors.
The spectacular contrail could easily be seen up in Los Angeles, but who launched this missile and why, remain a mystery for now. If definitive proof can be given that shows that a plane was in the area, then I certainly can admit that I was mistaken. For the better part of … Doing a little research I was surprised to learn that the Navy’s Standard Missile 3 (Star Wars) could easily fit the bill.
The "missile" was fired into the Pacific Missile Test Range, just off the northern coastal area of Catalina Island. :