Deep Underground Military Bases (DUMBs)

With today’s latest technology, are you wondering how do governments keep their military bases safe and secure? They keep their military bases in Deep Underground which is called “Deep Underground Military Bases (DUMBs)”

Thus, we cannot see or locate them even using Google Earth or Google Map. Our ability to see the layout and shape of military facilities in faraway locations inspires fantastical ideas. More than ever, stories are swapped around the globe strengthening tall tales and many myths. These underground military bases are also used by scientists.

Now in the following, we will talk about such mysterious top most secretive military bases in the world:

– Cheyenne Mountain Complex:

This is a Space Force defensive bunker and installation situated in El Paso County, Colorado. This base hosts the activities of many tenant units.

– Dulce Base:

Dulce Base is the subject of a conspiracy theory. It is said that it has a jointly-operated human and alien underground facility. It is located under Archuleta Mesa on the Colorado-New Mexico border near Dulce town, New Mexico.

– Raven Rock Mountain Complex:

This is also famous as Site R. It is a U.S. military installation with an underground nuclear bunker located near Blue Ridge Sumit, Pennsylvania. This bunker has emergency operations centers for the US Army.

– Chiashan Air Force Base:

This is also one of the underground military bases which are operated by the Republic of China Air Force in Hualien County, Taiwan. It is famous for its extensive underground hangers. It is spread in 2 acres of civilian section.

– Iranian Underground Missile Bases:

This missile base is also famous as the Missile Cities which is located in Iran. The bases contain road-mobile Transporter erector launcher trucks with other hardware.

– Zelzava Air Base:

Zelzava Air Base is located on the border between Bosnia and Croatia under the Pljesevica mountain near Bosnia city. It has the world’s largest underground military bases.


The facility below Denver International Airport (DIA)

New evidence suggests the existence of a network of underground military bases in the United States to contain a possible scenario of large-scale civil unrest, states a report.

The facility below Denver International Airport most likely connects to other deep underground military facilities across the country, states the American politician and former Minnesota state governor Jesse Ventura.

According to the publication of the US civil intelligence agency Intellihub, since June 2014, when informants revealed that there is a secret underground base at the Denver International Airport (DAI), alternative media increasingly disseminate new corroborating evidence of the existence of a military network throughout the country.

The DIA, located in the central-western state of Colorado, is the largest airport in the United States in terms of surface area and the second-largest in the world after King Fahd International Airport, in Saudi Arabia.

The airfield receives more than 50 million passengers annually and hosts a new project called “City Airport”, presented by the mayor of Denver, Michael Hancock, in public.


Know the hidden reality of DUMBs

There are black budget programs include Special Access Programs (SAPs). These programs do not exist publicly, but they do exist. They are called ‘deep black projects’. A 1997 report by the US Senate described them as “so sensitive that they are exempt from the requirements of standard reports to Congress”.

According to one of the recent investigation which was conducted by Michigan State professor and economist Mark Skidmore and his some of the graduate students as well as Catherine Austin Fitts, former assistant secretary for Housing and Urban Development. They found trillions of unaccounted dollars missing from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, as well as the Department of Defense.

Some of these programs involve the construction of Deep Underground Military Bases (DUMBs). Part of that money is also going to build submarine military bases at the bottom of the oceans.

Such underground bases employ a sophisticated and high level of technology and they keep secrets whatever the activities happen there.

In the year 1987, the Director of Engineering and Construction of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Lloyd A. Duscha, delivered a speech at an engineering conference entitled “Underground Defense Facilities – Experience and Lessons”. In the first paragraph of his speech he states the following:

After World War II, political and economic factors changed the picture of underground construction and caused a renewed interest in “thinking about the subsoil”.

As a result of this interest, the Corps of Engineers became involved in the design and construction of some very complex and interesting military projects. Although the conference program indicates that the topic is “Underground Defense Facilities – Experience and Lessons”, I must deviate a little, because several of the most interesting facilities that were designed and built by the Corps of Engineers are highly classified.