Snipers and Choppers: A Chilling Glimpse of Security at Area 51

In the southern portion of Nevada in the western United States, 83 miles (134 km) north-northwest of Las Vegas, behind the mountain and in the vast desert lay one of the most secretive and infamous military airfields in the planet.

Officially it’s called Homey Airport and Groom lake, but the rest of the world knows it as Area 51.

Use of deadly force is authorized” against trespassers

This site was acquired by the United States Air Force in 1955. It is used primarily for the flight testing of the Lockheed U-2 aircraft. The area around Area 51, including the small town of Rachel on the aptly named “Extraterrestrial Highway”, is a popular tourist destination.

This area is highly secretive and is classified as highly restricted. Orange posts are erected to outline the area. Warning sign cautioning that “use of deadly force is authorized” against trespass are seen in this area. Surveillance units that record audio and video are also spotted in this area. Noted that choppers or vehicles will be seen immediately when there are ‘intruders’ near this area. This area is tightly being monitored so as to ensure no ‘intruders’ are able to step into this area.

No one is being close to this area till now. With the new advanced state of the art equipment where high definition images are being captured, this has provided information in the light that nobody has seen before. Images captured show how extensive this area. It also provides a very clear view of the buildings, runways, and hangars. Early in the morning, people will arrive by plane to this area.

There are many footages captured in this area on weird occurrences, objects, and unexplained incidents, leaks from those who have worked in the area, enthusiast and die-hard fan of UFO theories in these. That has shrouded this area as mystical due to much classified or confidentiality information and the multiple version of theories in this area.

Is this area really mystical? It is really up to what individual thinks.