In the late 70s and early 80s, the United States attempted to launch a nuclear weapon on the Moon and detonate it to test scientific measurements, but unfortunately, all those efforts were abandoned by humans. intercepted by aliens, a senior officer in the US military revealed.

The United States has repeatedly attempted to detonate nuclear weapons on the Moon. (Photo via CE)

In the 1950s, Colonel Ross Dedrickson assumed responsibility for the maintenance of the nuclear weapons stockpile for the United States Atomic Energy Commission (ACE), and worked with the security team to check the safety of the nuclear weapons. weapons, and many other jobs.
Ross Dedrickson served eight years (from 1950 to 1958) on the Atomic Energy Commission, which is part of the United States Energy Commission. His duties include managing contracts at test sites on military bases in Nevada, the Pacific Nuclear Test Range west of Hawaii, and nuclear weapons production and quality assurance in Albuquerque. , and inspect nuclear and non-nuclear facilities in the United States.

He served with the Japanese 5th Air Force and was later promoted to Senior Colonel, Pacific Command (TM) Alternate Command and Control Center in Hawaii. In 1962, he was in charge of stitching materials for the US Air Force 832nd Division at Canon Air Force Base, Clovis, New Mexico. He retired in 1964.

He is one of hundreds of military whistleblowers who have verified his background. His testimony about UFOs – particularly the relationship between UFOs and nuclear weapons – can be corroborated by the multitude of available information and evidence. Many whistleblowers were published several times in the National Press Club in an attempt to get this information out into the world.

With such a professional background and working environment, it can be inferred that he must have known information on some sensitive topics. This is not just a high-ranking military whistleblower talking about random matter. There are many whistleblowers and documents that clearly point to decades-long relationships between UFOs, nuclear storage facilities and test sites. Some incidents have image confirmation, along with airborne and ground radar confirmation.

All rockets were intercepted before reaching the Moon. (Photo via Viral Trendzz)

In the interview below, Dedrickson explains how the US government tried to detonate nuclear weapons on the Moon, but they were stopped.

According to the mainstream media, a report from June 1959 released by the Air Force Center for Nuclear Weapons showed the seriousness of this plan (known as Project A119). Collectively, they wanted to investigate the ability of space weapons to gain insight into the space environment and the detonation of nuclear devices in space.

Interestingly, TV shows like Stranger Things have mentioned, what does the Department of Energy do with aliens and strange incidents? However, the program kept ignoring a US Colonel who for many years held special positions at the Department of Energy at a time when nuclear development was in the spotlight. He is a reliable source of information, what he knows is very interesting.
“I have also researched events involving nuclear weapons, and among these events are several nuclear weapons launched into space, which have been destroyed by aliens,” he said. cancel… In the late 70s and early 80s, we tried to launch a nuclear weapon on the Moon and detonate it to try scientific measurements and other things, but the aliens wouldn’t accept it. get this. They destroyed the weapon before it reached the Moon.”

Video Colonel Ross Dedrickson revealed about aliens:

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