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Dozens of people from across the globe have tweeted out images purporting to show unidentified flying objects in the skies over MacDill.
By Howard Altman
Tampa Bay Times
The tweets began Sept. 1 when a self-described UFO expert named Michael Salla sent out pictures of what he claims are extraterrestrial conveyances.
SOCom officials could not be reached for comment. But Terry Montrose, a spokesman for the 6th Air Mobility Wing, MacDill’s host command, laughed when I asked him about Salla’s claims.
“No, there are no secret UFOs or a secret Air Force Space Wing at MacDill,” Montrose said. “There are no flying triangles.”
So take Salla’s claims with a grain of salt, and consider some of the other material you’ll find at his website: The suggestion that Hurricane Irma may have been directed by space weapons, and books for sale that include a Salla title, The U.S. Navy’s Secret Space Program and Nordic Extraterrestrial Alliance, whose cover shows a Navy officer shaking hands with a blonde-haired, Nordic-looking female “alien” in a skin-tight silver outfit.