UFO sightings take place all over the world. Depending on who you ask, stories about UFO encounters can be interesting, scary, bizarre, or just crazy. However, incidents that occurred over the numerous air bases in the US are among the most interesting of the records.
In particular, unidentified and presumably intelligently controlled vehicles, which can control military bases with impunity, could certainly have a direct impact on national security. Here are just ten of the best and most interesting UFO incidents that have occurred in various US Air Force installations.
10 18 silver discs hover over Nellis AFB
In October 1951 In a closed part of the Nevada desert, which was reserved for atomic tests called Yucca Flat, several members of the military watched for 15 minutes 18 "silver, rotating discs" hover over the area.  Since the incident was first reported or mentioned from the age of 13 years later in 1964, some details are somewhat blurry.
For example, the date was between 22 October and 30 October, with the time of the sighting between 6:00 and 7:00 in the morning. A scheduled nuclear test should take place later than in the morning. About fifteen minutes before the test began, however, the triangular formation of glittering objects appeared overhead.
One of the main witnesses, a 19-year-old, known only as "Mr. M, "would also claim to have seen several" strange creatures "in the area at the same time as the sighting, which disappeared just as quickly. The floating objects remained in a tight formation throughout the incident, making no sound before disappearing within seconds.
Nellis Air Force Base has had several other sightings over the years, some of which have recently taken place. However, one of them stands out from the others and would unfold a little over a decade after the Yucca Flat incident.
9 UFO – crashes in Nellis AFB
Newspaper reports of the time and later investigations of UFO organizations since then, an otherworldly vehicle crashed on the evening of April 18, 1962 on the grounds of Nellis Air Force base to the ground, not less.  It would come years later, when Investigators assembled several "different" UFO sightings that were in fact the same apparent object that would eventually crash.
They were detected and monitored by various air force radars as they drove across New York from the Atlantic Ocean before being made the westbound route, with confirmed sightings over Kansas, Colorado, Utah, and Arizona before the flight finally closed came to an abrupt end. The Las Vegas Sun reported the incident based on statements by many residents about a "strange, unidentified object" that led to a "bright red explosion."
When the UFO investigators began to investigate such reports and shared files, possibly the Project Blue Book reports in particular, found evidence of a cover up of the incident. For example, an unidentified radar report was recorded, which was then changed to an "insufficient data" case. Also, there was no reason for the change (as it should have been). Even more disturbing was the fact that the records said there were "no visual" sightings, which was clearly not the case. Emerging, the incident took on a mystical air, making it one of the most intriguing encounters in UFO history.
8 UFO Disables Atomic Bombs at Malmstrom AFB
Perhaps the most alarming thing about the incident with the Malmstrom UFO is the theoretical realization that the power and intelligence behind the strange-looking vehicle seem apparent had the ability to disarm the US military from its strongest weapons – and to defend it against such intelligence, if that were the case, turn out to be hostile. And while this may seem unusual to many of us today, this was not the case for many American citizens at that time, trapped between the constant Cold War threat and these obvious visitors from another world.
In the morning On March 16, 1967, Captain Robert Salas received reports of a strange, luminous, red, saucer-shaped object just hovering over the Montana base. It would stay there for a few minutes and be watched by several military personnel. Then, while Salas watched helplessly, the ten nuclear missiles he monitored went out of order one after another.  The object then disappeared. However, the missiles would remain out of service for several hours before being normalized.
Many UFO researchers suggested that this action was a superiority in terms of the military's nuclear weapons and their apparent ineffectiveness to such advanced intelligence. The incident remains unanswered.
7 Luminous object floats above Loring AFB
A similar incident occurred on the evening of October 27, 1975, over the Loring Air Force base in Maine.  On the night in question it was about 7:45 pm when the luminous object was first observed by on-duty personnel. Perhaps the most interesting thing is that the units were disguised and hidden. That the air anomaly "knew" the weapons, perhaps there is a meaningful detail in terms of their technical capabilities.
One of the witnesses, Danny Lewis, later recalled that there was a single red light and a separate white flash on its underside. The object circled the base several times before settling over the weapon unit. Overall, it remained visible over the base for about 40 minutes, before it finally flew off and disappeared into the night sky.
The following evening, however, the strange object returned almost exactly the same time as the night before. Again, it would orbit the base as if it were surveying it before moving into a hovering position above the weapon storage unit.
The base would remain on alert for several weeks after the incident, and several other sightings would take place. Then they just stopped as fast as they started.
6 UFO pursuit with cat and mouse over cannon AFB
The incident over Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico on January 21, 1976 would not only extend to a second night, but was also accidentally watched by a student journalist known only as "Bruce". 
On the evening in question, Bruce worked for a local radio station that performs tests on its stations. While he was at a station overlooking the Cannon Air Force Base, he experienced the bizarre scene. He first noticed lights that he later described as "light bulbs on a string".
However, when he looked at them through binoculars, the bulbs were clearly "saucer-shaped," with a red glow emanating from them undersides. While one of the aircraft remained in position, the other two suddenly sank to the ground. The objects then moved beyond a nearby town. Bruce would see him looking alternately at the street lights as he watched the area darken as the UFOs passed.
The following evening, Bruce would purposely return to the area, only this time with him and several other journalists to position himself on buildings overlooking the military base, the scene of the bizarre happenings the night before. Just before 1:00 am, the glowing objects returned, and this time it was four. In addition, within a few minutes, several military jets arrived to investigate the air anomalies. The intruders, however, always managed to dodge the oncoming jets. This would take about 45 minutes before each of the objects vanished vertically within seconds.
Interestingly, requests from the Freedom of Information Act show that several F-111s were encrypted by Cannon AFB on the night in question. At least, according to Bruce, it may be more worrying that after receiving his decision to speak publicly about the incident, he would receive some very disturbing warnings.
5 Red Object on Ellsworth AFB
Next On the evening of August 5, 1953, several residents of the city of Blackhawk, South Dakota, witnessed and reported a bright red plane overhead apparently moved to Ellsworth Air Force Base.  Due to the cold environment war, many of the witnesses were trained observers at the Ground Observer Corps.
For example, the first report came from such a volunteer observer, Ms. Kellian, who submitted a report directly to the Ellsworth Air Force's radar operators. Not only did they have the object on their screens, but they also sent several people outside to get a visual acknowledgment (which they did duly).
A military aircraft, already patrolling, was diverted to the area on an interception mission. However, as in many similar cases, it would quickly get out of the way as soon as it approaches the UFO. After a few minutes of chase, the jet returned to the base. A second jet would crawl off the runway to intercept, but ultimately turn out to be unsuccessful.
The official conclusion of the United States Air Force was that the object was "unknown", although no further (official) investigations took place. The case remains unanswered.
4 Foreign Battle of McChord AFB
The alleged incidents near Tacoma, Washington, in the skies around McChord Air Force Base went almost unnoticed three decades before a one-time governmental agent, Robert Collins revealed the account in 2001.
According to Collins' report, on the afternoon of October 14, 1972, two American aviators, Steven Briggs and Dennis Hillsgeck, were present at the Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) facility, which was overseen by nearby McChord AFB , While they were completing their duties, they suddenly heard a high whine from outside the building. As they stepped outside, they were confronted with a "saucer-shaped object" hovering above them. Seconds later, the futuristic glowing vehicle began to sink to the ground. 
Next, the two men knew that two humanoid beings had left the vehicle and seemed to be heading for the building. They urgently demanded a backup, claiming that "intruders" were attempting to enter the facility. It would take just over fifteen minutes for another unit to arrive at the site. They would confuse the two aviators and discover them in a mild state of shock. Not long after, a security officer, Sergeant Darren Alexander, ransacked the area with a dog. Not only would he be witness to the saucer-shaped spaceship, but also one of the seemingly humanoid occupiers on the ground. He would pull his revolver and, after seeing a strange device in the creature's hand, fired all six shots at close range. In the chaos of the moment, the creature seemed to have disappeared, which made Sergeant Alexander quite confused.
The report is certainly a report that divides opinion within the UFO community, with many understandably skeptical of the claims.
3 Kidnapped Crash Lands at Edwards AFB
If claims about alien abductions are simply too unbelievable for some people, then a hijacking leads to a UFO crash at a military Installation leads, perhaps even more incredible. But on a summer's evening in 1971, it is said, that happened to a young woman named Lorraine Dvorak Cordini. 
According to witnesses, the quiet Californian night was suddenly disturbed by a sudden, unearthly roar that ended in an equally frightening, crackling sound. As the humans stormed out of their homes, near the Edwards Air Force Base, a large cloud and a hint of flames was visible at close range. Even more bizarre would be when several people claim to see "three gray humanoids" and a human woman in a strange tight-fitting pink suit between the ruins of an accidental vehicle.
Before anyone noticed, however, what happened was a legion of military trucks and other vehicles quickly closing the area. They would also remove the wreck and all the signs of it, as well as take the humanoids and the woman with them. Residents assumed that they were taken to Edwards AFB.
The military would eventually claim that the vehicle shot down was a military vehicle that had crashed. However, UFO researcher Albert Rosales would track down the mysterious female and eventually reveal her identity as Lorraine (as mentioned above). In addition, she would undergo a hypnotic regression to decipher the events of the night in question.
Lorraine claimed she was taken to a larger ship after being kidnapped from her home and given the pink clothes to Earth, where an investigation took place. She was then put in a smaller vehicle – the one that had crashed – and sent back to Earth with some of the strange creatures. She would wake up in a military hangar. Even more strange, at least after the hypnosis sessions, was seeing military personnel and strange big-headed creatures that were different from those who had taken them out of their room.
Needless to say, there are many who remain skeptical about the incident.
2 UFO sighting over Larson AFB
When they drove back to Larson Air Force Base, Washington on the evening of December 22, 1952, a technician on duty saw a bizarre, vague hat-shaped object floating above the base.  He reported the object to his supervisor and then proceeded towards the base. Shortly thereafter, however, he decided to make the object visible through the windshield, pull the vehicle to the side of the road and get out, to get a clearer and more stable view of the strange vehicle.
Perform bizarre and breathtaking maneuvers that shine brighter the faster they move through the air. Occasionally, the witness claimed to see the object "rolling" in the air, apparently exposing a red glowing underside.
After a few moments of these strange but impressive movements of air, the UFO came to a halt and remained standing for about fifteen minutes. At that point in time, the witness returned to his base in an effort to return to the base to make sure nothing was significant, and started again.
1 UFO incident over Minot AFB
Unusual UFO activities are particularly stubborn over Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota. The incident, perhaps the most striking, happened on October 24, 1968, shortly after 2:00 am. As an "aboveground security" for an underground operation, a small military unit noticed a "large luminous object". float in the sky. A short time later came reports from various places around the base. And besides, they would do this until the wee hours of the morning. [3,359,002] At about 3:30 pm, a B-52 bomber saw the UFO from above.  In Documents Released Later The operators of the B-52 described the vehicle as a "miniature sun set on the ground."
Although Project Blue Book would investigate the incident, there was no semblance of a real investigation at this point in the program. Needless to say that this has not been clarified and largely unconfirmed. Incidentally, two years earlier, a very similar incident occurred over Minot Air Force Base, at least according to an obvious whistleblower named David Schindele.
Like the aforementioned Malmstrom incident in March 1967, all of the base's nuclear weapons were deactivated. While the Luftwaffe rejected such an incident, newspaper reports regularly reported on UFO sightings in and around the base.