John V. Chambers, a Kentfield, CA resident...spent his working life in management and finance of large engineering construction projects...It would be Chambers, who had been involved with the Bechtel work at Dulce and other top secret government projects, who would be contacted by the forces that intended to attack Dulce, and became convinced to aid them in their effort...
It would be Mr. Chambers who would mention a number of weak points in the Dulce systems that would allow an attack to have a much better chance of success...It was Chambers who pointed out major weak points for the aliens...It seemed taht the aliens had reason to worry about a number of the germs found outside the facility, and that some of the alien species were highly vulnerable to a number of human-passed diseases..."
The germs and
bacteria that are everywhere on the planet, that humans and other mammals have
(for the most part) developed ways to cope with, can offer great threat to
aliens and their life forms. Earth dust, or bacteria blowing on the winds, can
be deadly to a life form that has no resistance to such things. What humans
refer to as 'hay fever' can be just as deadly to a creature that is having a
difficult time 'breathing' in the Earth's oxygen rich
It was quickly
realized that if the filters used to make Earth's 'air' more acceptable for the
aliens could be disabled, many of the enemy would soon be sick and unable to
continue to fight, and a large number might simply die on the
lack of time, Lieutenant Colonel Onizuka took on the extra duty of leading a
secondary team inside the main landing port once CAT-3 had secured the area - to
disable the central air filter exchange that was next to the landing area. He
created the title of Filter Assault Team (FAT) for his group, with his customary
As the intelligence gathering expanded, a number of shocking facts were uncovered. In 1947, the Dutchman had been involved with Admiral Byrd in the attack of the last Nazi base at the South Pole.
Now he and
others would come to better understand the connections that elite humans had
developed with aliens, from the days of the Nazi efforts to modern times. This
included helping the aliens to build secret bases all over the Earth (including
the base at the South Pole, and the facility at Dulce), aiding in the abduction
of young women for alien research and pleasure needs, and the addition of more
pollution to the planets atmosphere to bring on global warming and make the
Earth more friendly to alien life forms.
One of the
most shocking finds was the extent of the alien underground
base-and-transportation network. While tube-trains had been expected, the vast
bases that had been created came as a shock to even the best informed
The reason such bases became more important now was that the human forces had to quickly
find out where every base was that might react to an attack on Dulce, and how
long it would take before they might send rescue forces. Another question was,
how would they react in general? Might they attack humanity in some more deadly
fashion than simply abducting a few thousand females a year? In the end it
became clear that because of divisions in alien intentions, there was little
organization between groups. Like a number of competing collages at a ruin, for
the most part they were only interested in their own little outpost and
As for the rank-in-file men who took part in the mission, most of the names will be avoided
to protect those men who are still alive (as of 2001, there aren't many still
living), and those who are still involved as military operatives in one service
or another. Men of the USAFSOC and Delta Force are some of the best trained
warriors anywhere on the planet, and were more than ready for the challenge -
even if nothing could have made them ready for what they would find once they
got into the facility. There are a few general things to know about such
self-esteem was fragile and required constant positive reinforcement, then a
career in any of the organizations was definitely not for that person. Consider
a typical Delta Force training exercise held in The Shooting House, where
manikin terrorists held a real live "volunteer" hostage. The goal: Destroy the
terrorists without harming the hostage, who happened to be a Delta Force
trainee. Of course, for special missions, the 'terrorist' manikin could be
replaced by a 'Grey' alien one.
Major Eric L. Haney had been there for the formation of the elite group in 1978,
being there for some of the first missions and the grueling training... "Within
the next ten minutes, the door would be blown in and four of my classmates would
assault the room using the close-quarter battle techniques we had learned.
Bullets would rain throughout the room and someone would be firing live rounds
within inches of my head. If they missed a single terrorist or hit me by
mistake, the team would fail this phase of training... I sincerely wanted them
to pass the exam," Haney would write in his 2001 book, Inside Delta Force: The
Story of America's Elite Counter-terrorist Unit (Delacorte
Of course, one
got to participate in this practice session only if one successfully completed
torturous training that culminated in a rugged 40-mile hike across the steep
mountains of North Carolina , a 50-pound rucksack and a machine gun strapped on
your back. Haney's description of that 18-hour test of his physical and mental
stamina was one of many excellent narrative highlights in his
Haney, an Army
Ranger when he was handpicked to try out for the elite unit, was one of 12 men
out of 163 who made it to the level of Delta Force Operator. The new Delta Force
members then "disappeared" from the more visible military units.
"We operated like guerrillas. Or terrorists. Because the reality was, in
order to become experts at counter-terrorism, we had to first become expert
terrorists," he wrote.
did not mention the Dulce mission, he did include the failed attempt to rescue
Americans held hostage in Tehran in which eight American military personnel
died. Other missions included some of the world's toughest places, such as
faction-torn Beirut in 1981 to guard the U.S. Embassy; quelling rebel
insurgencies in Central America, including fighting Cuban guerrillas in Grenada;
and protecting ambassadors, presidents, CEOs, celebrity prisoners and the
offspring of all of the above. This was not accomplished without killing people,
a task that Haney described in chilling detail.
Like most of
the men involved in the Dulce attack, Haney was the kind of guy you wanted on
your side in a street fight: skilled, intelligent and disciplined, but
distrustful of the motives of some authority figures, especially career-climbing
colonels and D.C., bureaucrats...
Leathers and Donlon leading the three land-force CATs, the SOC men would be
attacking under the command of a man most had never fought beside, but whom most
had heard about...
Now, for the
mission against Dulce, they were under the command of the Dutchman's son, who
was something of a legend in his own right in the black ops circle. Two things
were beyond question: the younger Richards had proven himself in combat, and he
had never asked his men to do anything he wasn't ready to do, or left any
behind. While his missions had almost always been so top secret that nobody knew
details, the rumors and trail of evidence was more than clear to any in the
know. The only problem for the command chain was his reputation for being
something of a loose cannon when it came to following orders that he didn't
think were in the best interest of his men or the mission - A fact that just
made him more popular with his men.
In a typical
command move on his part, as he sat in the X-22 with his troops ready to take
off on what looked to many to be their last mission, he recited the prayer/poem;
"I Am A Commando" to his men - their motto more than his -
"As my brother
Commandos before me, I am proud to step into history as a member of the Air
Force Special Operations Command.
"I will walk
with pride with my head held high, my heart and attitude will show my allegiance
to God, country and comrades. When unable to walk another step, I will walk
another mile. With freedom my goal, I will step into destiny with pride and the
Air Force Special Operations Command."
As he powered
up the X-22, and gave the order for the helicopters to follow, he pushed the
strange tilt-rotor aircraft to its flight limits in a wild high speed bank over
the runway to impress the troops still on the ground - and set the tone for the
mission. Over the earphones and speakers came first his voice, then the voice of
the team members with him in the X-22, singing the Air Force hymn; "Up and Away,
Into the Wild Blue Yonder..."
very well let that bunch smash open the Gates of Hell without the rest of us
being right behind them," said one USAF helicopter pilot.
everything, with the X-22 taking the first wave of CAT-3 racing over the desert
at over 250 miles-per-hour with the bottom of it's rotor tubes missing the rocks
by less than twenty feet at times. They had to hit the main landing port as an
expected ship landed, as CAT-1 and CAT-2 came in on cargo tube trains several
levels underground. CAT-4 was going to hit with a SEAL team coming through a
water intake as the main group hit a small support hatch that would allow them
to open another hatch to allow the SEAL team in. Everything, however, revolved
around the success of CAT-3's attack in the main landing port, as they had to
remove the main security control room and the 'sonics' weaponry systems that
were controlled from there.
The X-22 came
in as planned, racing over the badlands at over 200 mph while less than 20 feet
off the sand. Five miles behind her was the main assault force being flown in
heavy Air Force helicopters. The timing had to be perfect, hanging on the timely
arrival of a large disk-like vehicle that was a known and expected cargo shuttle
the main landing port "blanketing" holographic projectors were turned off, and
the entry 'blast doors' were opened for the landing shuttle. Witnesses said that
Richards' brought the X-22 so tightly that it's landing gear missed touching the
top of the moving disk by only inches, lowering his roaring craft with the disk
until he had cleared the upper support girder-system. Then the X-22 shot around
the side of the shuttle, using it to block any attack by the main gun mounts of
the landing port. The X-22 fired its Hellfire rockets to smash two gun blisters
on the closer side of the port, as it landed on the roof of the main port
The attack was
textbook, with the CAT-3 forces blowing an entry into the control tower and
taking full control of that facility within 55 seconds of the X-22 breaching the
port. Hovering, the X-22 continued to use its rockets and guns to rake any enemy
weapons in the port area, silencing them before the Air Force started to enter
the open port doors.
It was Ted Cochran of San Rafael, CA, who had been an Air Force helicopter rescue commander in the
HH-43 Huskies based in Saigon in the height of the Vietnam conflict. Licensed
since the age of 18 as a pilot, Cochran also served with the Air Force in
Europe, where he had participated in the recovery of the lost thermonuclear
weapon in Palomares , Spain . On one of his last helicopter missions before his
legal retirement from the USAF, he was part of the recovery force for the Apollo
9 Mission after the first moon landing in 1969.
California , he got a master's degree in communications from Stanford University
in 1972, and became a well-known film maker. A sailor, outdoorsman and aviator,
Cochran combined his spirited passions into a career that allowed him to share
his adventures with film audiences. His best known film was
Island of the Bounty, about an international sailing expedition that traced the
1789 route of the famed HMS Bounty mutineers to Pitcairn Island in the South
At age 39,
Cochran was in his prime and had been more than willing to accept the request
for his help as a helicopter pilot in some event like the
Dulce Mission. The fact that he was a long-time friend of the Richards' family
seemed to have something to do with his involvement as well. Indeed, it was
rumored that he had taught the Dutchman how to fly the big HH-43 Huskies, and
had flown in black ops' missions with the Dutchman's son several times before.
He was one of the first names to be considered as a pilot.
It was Cochran
who led the USAF AFSOC helicopters in, bringing his bird in fast and putting her
down on the main floor of the chamber, where the troops would have the cover of
a nearby disk as they ran for the nearby passenger entry hatch.
the landing disk was now trying to escape, Richards landed on its edge and
kicked the props of the X-22 into full down draft, nearly flipping the disk.
Fighting to regain control of the X-22, he was forced to make a hard landing on
a nearby pad, sending four more rockets into the shuttle forcing it to crash
onto the two parked triangle-craft that were known to be fighter-type vehicles.
men of CAT-3 were now taking heavy weapons fire from a number of directions in
the landing port, they had disabled the main weapons pods, and the sonic systems
for the whole facility, allowing the other teams to attack from different
directions and locations. Holographic image systems were shut off, so that entry
ports, airshafts, and other systems that were normally hidden now became fully
security team had managed to close the main doors into the central HUB, and the
first two men who attempted to get explosives close enough to damage the huge
blast doors were cut down by enemy fire. Taking heavy damage, the X-22 rolled
forward, and from less than 40 yards fired her remaining rockets. The resulting
explosion blew the doors open, and wiped out any aliens on the other side for a
feather the now burning engines of the X-22, Richards took command of one of
CAT-3's attack teams, and led the attack through the still smoking entry into
the main central HUB, as other teams attacked from other
multi-leveled facility at Dulce, with its central HUB controlled by an extensive
base security force, proved far more extensive and complex than the human
attackers had been ready to cope with in the original plan. Information sources
like Thomas (Castello) had clearance levels that did not allow them to know the
full scope of the operation. His ULTRA-7 clearance granted him knowledge of
seven (known) sub-levels - there were more. Most of the aliens supposedly were
on levels 5, 6 and 7 - but there were more. There also was a more vast network
of shuttle connections under the ground than expected, extending into a global
network that had not been reported - providing escape routes and entry ports for
rapidly deployed additional security forces that had not been
In a report
filed in early 1980, believed by a number of CIA sources to have been written by
Brigadier General Aderholt, the author states:
young men did was nothing less than the stuff of legend. Against overwhelming
numbers and technology, they fought from Level 1 (containing the garages and
hangers) down into the bowels of the enemy base. Portions of the combat took,
and held, the Level 2 ports where tunnel shuttles and disc maintenance areas
would have allowed enemy reinforcements to enter, while the main force charged
forward towards Level 6, and 'Nightmare Hall,' to rescue the thousands of human
victims kept there."
They were not
ready for what they found in Level 6. Reports spoke of multi-armed and
multi-legged humans and cages (and vats) of humanoid bat-like creatures as tall
as 7-feet. The aliens had learned a great deal about genetics, things both
useful and frightening. And most of it had been learned at the cost of human
suffering and lives.
Leathers' flight reached Level 7 first, blowing the main HUB entrance open and
neutralizing the security force there with extreme prejudice in less than 45
second. On entering the security station, they realized the extent of the
facility for the first time, finding systems for watching, and controlling, over
30,000 captives on that one level(alone), and the control and security systems
for moving the captives to "testing facilities" and "pleasure centers" in over
62 different locations - where another 4,600 captives were currently
Leathers' report to I.S. would mention the moment:
"I looked out
over holographic images of scenes of horror that are impossible to express in
words, and a zoo of human being in various states of health and mental
condition. Seeing images of young women being tortured at that very moment, all
I could think of were my own daughters for several moments. Then I collected my
wits, and gave the order to move forward to release as many of the victims as we
original mission plan had called for the teams to attack, smash as much of the
enemy facility as they could, and withdraw in less than half an hour, the
introduction of so many human victims added a new dimension to the problems at
hand. While none of the officers in charge will admit to who made the order,
recorded radio communications, and eyewitness reports, seem to suggest that
Aderholt allowed the young Richards to change the
demands as the numbers of "savable" victims became more
Leathers' I.S. report reads:
like we had choices. We couldn't leave those poor girls behind alive. We knew
that any that we didn't evacuate, we were going to have to terminate. Our
problem was simply numbers. Thousands of aliens trying to kill us. Thousands of
human females screaming for help. Thousands more so far gone that we knew we
would have to leave them behind. Thousands of enemy troops starting to arrive on
the subway trains. We just weren't set up for a mass evacuation. The subtube
back to New York , and one to Mexico, seemed to still be open, so we started
loading girls into tube trains and shooting them off as soon as we knew our
forces were in control of the stations at the other ends. We blew two air shafts
wide open, so a couple squads could get girls out that way into the fresh air
where hopefully our people could pick them up. CAT-4 took a real beating as they
fought to keep alien reinforcements from entering the main
subtube stations. There is no doubt in my mind that we stayed in the facility
too long, but at the time it was very hard to leave those poor young women
behind. You knew that everyone you failed to send out in front of you was going
to die, and soon."
hour after the X-22 had first attacked the main port entry, Aderholt ordered a
full recall. David Griggs and R.E. McNair had by then managed to get two alien
craft airborne - one disk-craft and one of the highly advanced triangle
fighter-craft - and were running for Area 51. Roosa's men also had managed to
get a huge disk-shuttle moving, in which over 3,600 human females had been
loaded and were now being taken to a safe base.
attack teams were now withdrawing behind walls of smoke and set explosions. One
of the frightening bits of equipment that the MAT men had found, but been forced
to leave behind, was a type of "Cell-Electrostatic-Disruption" (CED) device - a
weapon that could be set to disrupt the cells of a living creature at a
subatomic level, thus killing everything living in an area while not doing much
harm to any structures or equipment. To make sure there would be no survivors
left in the facility, that device was set by the MAT technicians to go off
shortly after the full withdrawal of the attack teams.
Colonel E.S. Onizuka, who had led the Filter Attack Team, managed to repair the
X-22's battle damage before taking command of a captured alien triangle
fighter-craft. As the wounded Richards fought a running retreat with the last of
the rescued females and the survivors of CAT-4 and CAT-3, Ontzuka provided cover
fire from the alien fighter-craft. This gave Richards the time to reach and
restart the X-22 as Colonel Donlon loaded the last victim as he and two of his
men fought off attacking alien shock troops.
overwhelmed, the human fighters in the X-22 would have likely not made it into
the air if at that moment several battlecraft hadn't darted
into the port facility and started to lay down a brutal fire pattern against the
While one can
only guess at the reasons for this sudden aid, it has long been reported that
the Dutchman, and his son, had highly questionable off-world contacts. From
eyewitness accounts of the battlecraft, one had the symbols on its wings of what
human experts in the field suggest marked the craft as belonging to something
like a 'prince' of a 'royal house'. Whatever the case, the Reptile battlecraft fought on the
side of the humans (indeed, two of their craft were
lost in the battle), and gave the X-22 and Ontzuka's fighter-craft and the last
two helicopters the chance to escape.
minutes, 14 seconds, after the attack had started, the X-22 and the Reptile
battlecraft with princely markings cleared the landing port's blast doors and
dashed for safety. Explosions from dozens of set bombs started to blow up enemy
craft as they took off, and thirty-five seconds after they cleared the doors,
the CED went off, causing every life-form - alien and human - left inside the
facility, to demolecularize on a subatomic level. Only a few in the heavily
shielded lowest shelter levels survived.
female survivors were taken to several top secret military bases where they were
"deprogramed" and "rehabilitated" so that they could be slowly farmed back into
society with no memory of what they had suffered.
mysterious "Commander X" stated:
own intelligence work within the military, I can say WITH ALL CERTAINTY that one
of the main reasons the public has been kept in total darkness about the reality
of UFOs and 'aliens', is that the truth of the matter actually exists TOO CLOSE
TO HOME TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT. How could a spokesman for the Pentagon dare admit
that five or ten thousand feet underground EXISTS AN ENTIRE WORLD THAT IS
'FOREIGN' TO A BELIEF STRUCTURE WE HAVE HAD FOR CENTURIES?
How could, for example, our fastest bomber be any challenge to those
aerial invaders when we can only guess about the routes they take to the
surface; eluding radar as they fly so low, headed back to their underground
lair? ...the 'Greys' or the 'EBEs' have established a fortress, spreading out to
other parts of the U.S. via means of a vast underground tunnel system THAT HAS
VIRTUALLY EXISTED BEFORE RECORDED HISTORY..."
All of the men
involved in any of the attack teams were either 'mindwiped' or sworn to secrecy
on pain of death, or terminated (...by higher-level insiders following the
battle, self-serving politicians and 'elite' who had nothing to do with
initiating the attack, but who had everything to do with suppressing any
information concerning it after the fact. - Branton). Because the officers in
charge were seen as heros by many of the political right-wing that took control
in Washington in 1981, most were protected by the changing political elite. Many
of those who had either openly backed the alien cause, or had profited from it
in one way or another, were forced to pull back from their position for nearly
ten years. Only when George Bush Sr. became President were the aliens able to
return, and then only in much smaller numbers.
The Battle of
Dulce ended the alien hope for using the Earth as a breeding tank for a
subspecies, or for their take-over of the planet at any time in the near future.
While the Grey's restarted a breeding program in 1993, and some of the lower
levels of the Dulce Facility were reopened by 1998, the numbers are in the tens'
or hundreds rather than the thousands. And USAF Space Command now tracks all
alien craft, with the constant threat that Top Secret "Flights" can react and
attack an otherworld enemy at any moment, with dramatic
Over 50 years
of intense UFO interest, investigation, researching, evaluation, and theorizing
by countless UFO aficionados have enabled modern field investigators to better
examine, evaluate, and identify many of the unusual airborne objects that are
being reported. Yet a small percentage of the reports continue to elude positive
identification. Rumors of what took place at Dulce in 1979 have already been
reduced to legend at the end of the 20th century. Indeed, the continued 'conmen'
involved with such reports have helped the USAF cover the truth of events that
took place at Dulce, and continue to aid in the effort to hide the ruined
facility and those who took part in events there.
intelligence officer William Cooper, who have become too loose with their
knowledge of the truth, can be discredited in any number of ways, or terminated
if they become too great a threat. It should be clear from their actions, and
their willingness to challenge authority, that these men must never be allowed
into such a position of power or authority again (or rather, such is the mindset
of the human - or shapeshifting!? - elite). While the "Dutchman" was terminated
in 1996, and his son will be in prison for the rest of his life, the mindset
itself that created such men must be crushed if the human race is to know peace
with the aliens (but then again, the elite & gray-alien version of 'peace'
is more akin to 'assimilation' - Branton). The illusion of freedom that may be
lost by those few who know what is really going on will be a worthy exchange for
amazing technology that will come into the hands of the human elite (so they
reason) that takes part in the new transfer. This may not take place easily, of
course, until all human resistance has been removed either through retraining or
through conquest. (This is the distorted reasoning of the 'elite' who would sell
out our planet for their own selfish personal physical gain -
One of the key
lessons to be learned from the Dulce Battle is as long as there are small,
highly trained and well equipped human forces, that can, may, or will go into
action on their own accord to protect the people of the Earth, easy conquest of
the planet becomes difficult. A departmentalized military, with some branches so
Top Secret that even the political elite who rule the country aren't too sure of
what is out there, is a threat to any enemy. At this time, there are arms of the
USAF Space Command so Top Secret that no one in the Pentagon knows that they
exist in anything but legend.
If humanity is
to survive long enough for it to take a historic place in the civilized social
structures of the universe, they must either defend themselves from any
life-form that would harm them or their planet, or surrender themselves to some
sort of interplanetary police force that will protect them. At this time, only
rumors of such a police force have reached those in the know, leaving
self-defense as the only real option. The men who attacked the Dulce Facility in
1979 understood that reality, and took the task of defending humanity into their
own hands. One can only make subjective guesses at what might have happened if
they had not done what they did.
GENERAL H.C. ADERHOLT: Mission Commander.
CHARLES BECKWITH: Commander of Delta Force and CAT-1.
Engineer for Bechtel.
COOPER: Intelligence Officer.
DONLON: Commander CAT-4.
Astronaut, liberated UFO.
MAJOR E.L. HANEY: Delta Force Commander/Writer
HERRES: Commander of USAF Communications Command at Scott Air Force Base,
HENIZE: Organized mission flight teams.
JONES: Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff.
LEATHERS: Commander CAT-2.
Laser expert, liberated UFO.
COLONEL E.S. ONIZUKA: Commander of FAT, liberated UFO.
Helped to fund the mission.
RICHARDS, JR.: 'The Dutchman' - Commander in Chief of the Dulce Mission, Head of
RICHARDS: Commander of CAT-3.
ROOSA: Commander MAT.
Helped to fund the mission.
CAT = Combat
FAT = Filter
MAT = Material
VAT = Victim
CUT = Clean up