Retrieved by Pat Darnell | Oct 22, 2013 | Bryan TX
" ... In 2010, James Noce, who said he did contract security work at the site in the 1960s and 1970s, told The Seattle Times that he used to get paid in cash, signing a phony name to the receipt.So you want closure to the mystery of Area 51? I think you might get better results checking into Area 52 -- that's what MooPig calls the Bush's Texas ranch out here near Crawford, TX. All those Area 51 secrets are dying out as the workers who populated Area 51 are elderly, and many not around anymore.
Noce, then 72, told the newspaper that he had attended the first-ever public reunion in 2009 of former Area 51 workers.
"I was doing something for the country," Noce says about those three years in the 1960s. "They told me, 'If anything should ever come up, anyone asks, 'Did you work for the CIA?' Say, 'Never heard of them.' ... "But [my buddies] know." (Doug Stanglin, USA TODAY 2:37 p.m. EDT August 16, 2013. LINK) ..."
Most people don't tell stories about the guys who sign their paychecks. Area 51 is shrouded in secrecy and has not been tapped by some of the craftiest journalists over the last 75 years. Even President Clinton tried to get access to Area 51 documents, only to be told his security clearance is not high enough.
That is why MooPig Time / Space Department might try to ask Russians what really went on at Area 51. It seems to work that way: if you want to know the "real story" in America, you have to go to foreign news outfits.
Thus, why now is it disclosed, that:
" ... CIA: The mysterious Area 51 exists!: "George Washington University's National Security Archive obtained a CIA history of the U-2 spy plane program through a public records request and released it Thursday. National Security Archive senior fellow Jeffrey Richelson reviewed the history in 2002, but all mentions of Area 51 had been redacted."
'via Blog this'
" ... After nearly five decades, guys like James Noce finally get to tell their stories about Area 51.SUMMARY
Yes, that Area 51.
The one that gets brought up when people talk about secret Air Force projects, crashed UFOs, alien bodies and, of course, conspiracies.
The secrets, some of them, have been declassified. (Erik Lacitis. March 27, 2010. LINK) ... "
"...[Countries] that give higher priorities to its military ambitions and defense initiatives ... America, Russia, China, India, UK, France, Germany, Japan, Israel, South Africa and Brazil ... have active research efforts ..."
I'm sick of hearing about Area 51.