The US Air Forces is pledged to protect the "Area 51" from “storming"
This thing is getting out of control
The U.S. Air Force is committed to protecting the "Area 51" military base in Nevada from the "storm" that has already been signed up by more than a million Americans who want to see aliens, Air Force spokeswoman Laura McAndrews said.
"This is a valid training ground for the U.S. Air Force. We do not advise anyone to try to enter the territory where we train the U.S. military,” McAndrews told the Washington Post.
"The U.S. Air Force is always ready to defend America and its property,” she added.
More than 1.14 million people have already signed up to Facebook for the "storm" of the military base, and another 945,000 people have written that they are "interested" in this event.
The purpose of the event is to confirm the famous legend that the base is hidden evidence of the visit to Earth by aliens or even the aliens themselves. The event is scheduled for September 20.
The military base "Area 51" in Nevada has long been associated in the public consciousness with conspiracy theories about extraterrestrial life forms.
In the 1996 film, Independence Day, the base appears as a laboratory for experiments on aliens, but its present purpose is unknown.
US authorities recognized the existence of the base only in 2013, now it remains a well-protected property.
The storming organizers also offer participants to run "like Naruto to outrun the bullets," following the unique style of the main character of the Japanese anime Naruto, who ran with his hands back and head bowed.
In June, Politico reported that US senators held closed hearings on the issue of unidentified flying objects.
Representatives of the Navy informed the senators about the meetings of American pilots with objects in the sky that they could not recognize.
A spokeswoman for Senator Mark Warner, vice president of the intelligence committee, confirmed to the television station that Congress is taking this issue seriously.