BOOKS BY AREA 51 VETERAN T. D. BARNES
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NASA & Area 51 Veteran and author TD Barnes addressing Area 51 veterans as President of their organization, Roadrunners Internationale
His family and friends never knew he worked on special projects for the CIA. Fifty years later, the CIA admits the existence of the top-secret facility known as Area 51. Barnes, an Area 51 and Cold War veteran tells what brought him from a desolate childhood on a remote ranch in the West Texas Panhandle, and through an Army career in radar and missiles to Area 51 to serve the CIA as an electronic specialist engaged in stealth and clandestine exploitation of enemy aircraft.
MiGs Over Nevada is an insider’s declassified participation in a small group of CIA personnel and contract specialists providing their technological tradecraft to support Area 51 customers such as the US Air Force, the US Navy, intelligence and corporate entities. What happened in this book inspired the founding of the Navy’s TOP GUN Fighter Weapons School, the USAF Weapons School, and the USAF’s RED FLAG training exercises that continue today.
Book 1. A regional war in the Middle East becomes WW III. An atmospheric EMP attack reduces almost all world technology back to the 7th Century. Colonel Bradley takes charge of a chosen group sheltered inside the Yucca Mountain underground complex in Nevada. For two years, this mismatch of personalities struggle to survive living confined inside a mountain under siege by lethal radiation levels outside and a rogue army desperately seeking their food, weapons, and women.
Book 2 of the EMP series realistically depicts life two years post World War III. The survivors of a global EMP and nuclear exchange briefly venture out of their underground refuge in Yucca Mountain only to face battle with hostile foreign survivors. An embedded terrorist causes considerable death and ignites military action where Colonel Bradley’s daughter tests a secret weapon. The survivors prepare for the next radiation storm and take refuge back in the mountain.
Book Three. After four years, the EMP and nuclear winter survivors leave their underground refuge in Yucca Mountain to resettle at Nellis AFB outside Las Vegas. They battle Islamic jihadists arriving from Central America seeking to control Hoover Dam for an Islamic State in Arizona. Global weather changes and radioactive dust from an El Nino storm forces the survivors to seek cover. Martial law is reestablished when some oppose the newly established civilian society.
Hoot Hanson, a struggling oil wildcatter in Oklahoma hits a gusher, drawing notoriety that attracts the attention of an unscrupulous Muslim attorney acting as a liaison for the Department of Homeland Security. The attorney is secretly funding Islamic ISIS fighters in the Middle East. A massacre occurs when the Islamic Jihad targets Hanson Oil for its first jihadist strike against America. Hoot fights the feds for his company and retaliates for the attack on his people.
In Book 1, First Strike Jihad America, Islamic jihadists target wildcatter Hoot Hanson for its first strike. In this Book 2, threats to his family and his company intensify, leading to a radicalized Islamic jihadist cell abducting Hanson's twin daughter to sell to the jihad. Hanson declares his personal war against the jihadists, gaining FBI and military support to seek and rescue their daughter. Hoot isolates his family for their protection while he forms a private army.
The POW - Jihad America
Following the massacre against his oil company and the terrorists kidnapping his daughter, Hoot Hanson remains at war with the Islamic State, ISIS. He accepts appointment to finish the term of a US Senator for one reason - the power needed to block the US border with Mexico following an Islamic jihadist raid on an American high school on the Mexican border. FBI agents embed in Hoot’s Senate staff while Hanson’s people join Mexico to rescue the girls and close the border.