Arneson saw communications that UFOs had shut down missiles at Malmstrom in March 1967, but he didn't know what flight it was. He later worked at Boeing where he knew Robert Kaminski, who had investigated the cause of the shutdowns.
Jamison was in charge of restarting the missiles at Oscar flight, and he was told that a UFO was hovering over Roy, Montana--near Lewiston--and all ten missiles went down. He also knew about the UFO landing at Belt, Montana, which Air Force people saw sitting on the floor of the canyon. Jamison was also told that another flight of missiles had been shut down by UFOs about a week earlier.
He was giving a special briefing about UFOs "messing with our missiles", and told what to do if they saw one. There was quite a bit of "activity" out there in the field. In any case, he had to travel 120 miles to Oscar flight and restart some of the missiles.
As for the UFO that landed at Belt, it took off straight up into the air at daylight. I can believe it since I once saw one do just that.
Jamison further recalled that about a week after this, UFOs shut down more missiles at India flight, as he stated in his affidavit.
Needless to say, I can fully understand why the Air Force would order people not to discuss this--I would expect nothing else.
Edited by TheMcGuffin, 03 July 2011 - 03:45 AM.