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Message posted by Jim Poston (Member since 03/19/2021) on May 29, 2024 at 10:52:45 PST:

Former Air Force tech can't get medical assistance because his work at the Tonopah Test Range is not in his service records.

"In the mid-1980s, Air Force technician Mark Ely's job was to inspect secretly obtained Soviet fighter jets.

"The work, carried out in hidden hangers known as hush houses, was part of a classified mission in the Nevada desert, 140 miles outside of Las Vegas at the Tonopah Test Range sometimes referred to as Area 52. The mission was so under wraps that Ely said he had to sign a non-disclosure agreement."


Attached link: CBS EVENING NEWS Veterans who served at secret base say it made them sick, but they can't get aid because the government won't acknowledge they were there

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