Micah Hanks Program

The Nuclear Connection: UAP and the Atomic Warfare Complex


Throughout the early years of the Cold War, recurrent appearances of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) were documented near several radioactive materials production plants, atomic weapons assembly facilities, and atomic weapons stockpile sites in the United States. What were the objects that were seen, and what was the intention of their operators?

Larry Hancock a graduate of the University of New Mexico and a veteran who served in the United States Air Force, is the lead author of a new paper published by the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies titled “UAP Pattern Recognition Study: 1945-1975 US Military Atomic Warfare Complex.” Larry joins us to discuss the background that led to this study of UAP historical patterns, and what it means with relation to nuclear weapons sites on The Micah Hanks Program.

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