The night Colonel Halt said he saw a UFO beam lights down into the Weapons Storage Area, I was on duty at the alarm monitor’s building, which was located between the double fence that surrounded the WSA. I never saw or heard about a UFO at the WSA, or beams of light, or anything like that.
I had control of the net. All security transmissions were going though me. Primary Central Security Control (CSC) had passed responsibility over to me, which they would usually do for several hours early in the 2300hrs – 0700hrs shift. I had the radio right next to me, and I never heard that a UFO was at the WSA. … Believe me, I would have known about that, if it had happened. My responsibility as alarm monitor and [temporary] primary CSC would have been to up-channel a ‘Helping Hand’ – a possible security violation of a priority resource – to the Wing Command Post had our WSA been breached. Any beams of lights from an unidentified craft onto our Hot Row might have constituted a ‘Covered Wagon’ – a definite breach of a priority resource.
When the object first caught my eye, it was already stationary, I didn’t see it move to where it was and I didn’t see it leave … After it was hanging there a long while [he had previously told Georgina Bruni ‘it was up there for about five hours, just hovering … it was quite low in the sky’], I saw things shooting off it, really, really fast, like little sparks or something … They were shooting off in all directions, but up into the sky, not down to the ground.