Area 51: Declassified

Area 51 Declassified for National Geographic

Got plans Sunday night? Now you do at 10pm. Check out the National Geographic Channel to find out for the first time ever, the download on Area 51, as the once classified non-officially existing military installation is finally declassified.  The men who have kept their mouths for years (even from their friends, families, wives…hello can you imagine sealing a secret like this?) are finally talking.

We stopped by Zola in the Spy Museum the other night to meet the military men of Area 51 during the reception before the screening and panel discussion.

Make sure you watch.

It’s the most famous military installation in the world, yet it doesn’t officially exist. Area 51– a site for covert Cold War operations– has long been a magnet for crackpots, conspiracy theorists, and the overly curious. While there may not be truth to the rumors that Area 51 is a haven for UFOs and extraterrestrials, its clear that our government has been up to something in Area 51 for decades, and it turns out there is a kernel of truth to even some of the wildest speculation. Underground tunnels. Hidden enemy aircraft. Secret government UFO files. Now, after years of silence, for the first time Area 51 insiders spill their secrets and reveal whats really been going on inside the most secretive place on earth.

Area 51 Declassified for National Geographic

(left to right) Edward Lovick, Radar & Stealth Specialist, T.D. Barnes, Hypersonic Flight Specialist, Richard Mingus, Area 51 Security, Col. Ken Collins, Test Pilot, Moderator, Annie Jacobsen, Eugene Poteat, President, Association for Intelligence Officers

Eugene Poteat, President, Association for Intelligence Officers & Malvina Martin Sr. VP of National Geographic Television

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