Coyote Canyon area, adjacent to the alleged “disinformation” staging area for the 1980 “UFO” landing incident….(a cover story created on behalf of Project Starfire as well as other possible clandestine military projects in the area).
(Courtesy of Phantom of Monsters – Pulse of the Paranormal)
A 2011 memorandum from Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico still indicates that Coyote Canyon areas are still off-limits to Air Force personnel:
by DJ Babbitt
377th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
9/16/2011 – KIRTLAND AFB, N.M. — Service members, cyclists, runners and hikers often take advantage of the sunshine, mild weather and the vast open spaces on Kirtland Air Force Base.
With the proximity of the mountains and openness at Kirtland, it may be easy to forget that you’re actually on a military installation. However some areas are off-limits.
Tech. Sgt Shawn Hardesty, Combat Arms Instructor for the 377th Security Forces Squadron, said “All who work and play on base need to be aware of off-limit areas. Off-limit areas are marked with warning signs along entrances and boundaries.”
Unless coordinated through the 377th Security Forces Group Combat Arms section or the 377th Air Base Wing Ground Safety office, these areas are off-limits to all personnel at all times.
Off-limits areas include:
· The Combat Arms facility (including an 850-meter surface danger zone) at Building 706, South Gate Road, near the south gate of Kirtland AFB.
· The security forces special weapons range in Frustration Canyon, approximately two miles southeast of the Starfire Optical Range in the COYOTE CANYON AREA, including the 6,700-meter surface danger zone around the impact area of Mount Washington (including the Manzano Fire Lookout Tower).
(photo taken by Norio Hayakawa in September, 2013)
“People illegally entering these areas will be held liable for their actions, said Hardesty.
Violating off-limit areas, for military members will result in charges of failure to obey, a lawful order or regulation.
The underlying purpose is to protect the safety of all personnel.
Hardesty points out, “Please do not enter any of the surface danger zones on base, even if you think no one is around“.
More on the 1980 “staged” UFO landing incident at Kirtland AFB Manzano Underground Storage Area, adjacent to the Coyote Canyon:
Fake document: MJ-12-related SOM 1-01, most likely originated by Richard C. Doty, then with Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Part of fake document: MJ-12-related SOM 1-01, most likely originated by Richard C. Doty, then with Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque, New Mexico…….notice the mention of Kirtland AFB on left top
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