Storm Area 51: the US army "ready" to face 600,000 alien hunters who threaten to break into the top-secret base


The Air Force has issued a stern warning to more than half of millions of people who are planning to raid a secret US military base in the Nevada desert that is looking to "see them aliens".

Over 600,000 people have signed up for an event called "Storm Area 51, they can't stop us all" inviting participants to gather en mass before entering the air force base, which has haunted alien conspiracy theorists.

The satirical event, organized on Facebook and scheduled for September 20, seems a joke given the high security and strongly protected nature of the base.

The organizers said: "We can move faster than their bullets. Let's see them aliens."

But the Air Force spokeswoman, Laura McAndrews, issued a warning to potential offenders.

"(Area 51) is an open training ground for American aviation, and we would discourage anyone from trying to enter the area where we train the US military," he said.

Ms McAndrews added: "The US Air Force is always ready to protect America and its resources".

But it failed to elaborate specific details on how officials would react to potential intruders.

"We will meet at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and will coordinate our entry", reads the description of the event. "If we perform naruto, we can move faster than their bullets. Let's see them aliens."

The "Naruto race" is a reference to a manga-inspired Japanese racing style with arms extended backwards and heads forward. It is inspired by the style of execution of Naruto Ozumaki – character of the title of the Japanese animated series Naruto.

Conspiracy theorists have long believed that the US government holds secret information about aliens and UFOs in area 51 and believe it is used to store captured UFOs or alien remains and technologies. But the US government categorically denies the existence of such objects.

While appearing in the 1996 alien invasion film Independence Day as an alien testing laboratory, the actual main function of the base continues to be unknown.

The base, which has been at the center of conspiracy theories for decades, was formally recognized as a military base in 2013 after a request by the Freedom of Information 2005.

The perimeter of the base is constantly monitored by armed guards and CCTV cameras and motion sensors are also in use – with signs around the base that alarm intruders could face "a lethal force".

Conspiracy theorists claim that the area was the site of frequent UFO sightings.

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