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A former U.S. Air Force officer has come forward with a remarkable story of encountering an extraterrestrial being at the highly secretive Area 51 base in Nevada. Joseph Salas, who served as a missile launch officer in the 1960s, recently revealed that he had seen a "grey" alien from the Zeta Reticuli star system while on duty at the base in 1965.

In an interview with the media, Salas described how he and a colleague were investigating a problem with a missile when they saw a red glowing object hovering in the air. They then saw a humanoid figure emerge from the object and approach them.

"At first, we thought it was a man in a spacesuit, but as it got closer, we saw that it had large eyes, a small mouth, and a thin nose," Salas said. "It didn't communicate with us verbally, but we could feel its thoughts in our heads. It seemed to be concerned about our nuclear weapons and the harm they could cause."

Salas said that he and his colleague tried to report the incident to their superiors, but were told not to speak about it and that they would face consequences if they did. However, he said that he had shared his story with other military personnel over the years and had finally decided to make it public.

"I know that some people will think I'm crazy or making this up, but I have nothing to gain from it," Salas said. "I just want the truth to come out and for people to know that we are not alone in the universe."

The Zeta Reticuli star system, which is located about 39 light-years from Earth, has been the subject of alleged UFO sightings and abduction claims for decades. Some conspiracy theorists believe that the U.S. government has been secretly collaborating with extraterrestrial beings at Area 51 and other military facilities.

The U.S. Air Force has not commented on Salas's claims, but has previously denied any involvement in UFO cover-ups or alien contact. The Area 51 base, which is officially known as the Nevada Test and Training Range, has been used for testing and development of advanced military technologies since the Cold War era.

Salas's account adds to the ongoing debate over the existence and nature of extraterrestrial life and the government's knowledge of it. While some scientists and officials have suggested that the possibility of life on other planets is high, they have also cautioned against jumping to conclusions based on anecdotal or unverified evidence.

For Salas, however, his experience at Area 51 remains a vivid and transformative event. "I know what I saw, and I know it wasn't from this world," he said. "I hope that someday we can openly acknowledge and communicate with our cosmic neighbors, and learn from them instead of fearing them."