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7 Most Shocking Secret US Military Missions Finally Revealed

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7 Most Shocking Secret US Military Missions Finally Revealed

Secret Military Missions

Discover top secret military missions which include most dangerous military experiments, secret us military bases, as well as military secret weapons, that you will not hear from the media.

1. Project MKULTRA
MKULTRA project (or MK-Ultra), unveiled in 1975, was the code of an illegal secret project name of the CIA for years, 1950-1970, to mentally manipulate some people by injecting psychotropic substances or bioelectric signals.

Run by Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, the project was launched under the leadership of CIA director Allen Dulles on April 13, 1953, in response to the use of supposed mind control techniques allegedly invented by the Soviet Union, China and North Korea on American prisoners of war during the Korean War. The CIA wanted to develop similar techniques to manipulate foreign leaders and also try to use some of these techniques on Fidel Castro.

In 1972, Richard Helms, then CIA director, ordered the destruction of the archives of the project. It is therefore difficult to have a complete understanding of MK-ULTRA since more than 150 different sub-projects have been funded under this program. However, thousands of documents were discovered in 1977. The project was finally stopped in 1988.


According CIA, over thirty universities and institutions were involved in a large project tests and experiments that included hidden drug tests on non-volunteers from all social categories, high and low, US and foreign. MKULTRA project led to the death of many people, including Dr. Olson.

2. Operation Wrath of God
Operation Wrath of God, also known as Operation “Bayonet”, was a covert operation run by the government of Israel, approved and supported by the United States, and carried out by the Action Service Mossad to assassinate members of the Palestinian Black September Organization (BSO), as well as members of Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) accused of involvement in the killing of Israel athletes.

Operation Bayonet was a revenge for the murder of eleven Israeli athletes during the 1972 Olympic Summer by terrorists of BSO and PLO. The activity received the approval of Israeli Prime Minister, Golda Meir, in autumn 1972. It lasted over twenty years.

During those years, Israeli units in charge of this mission across Europe killed ten Palestinians and Arabians directly involved in the massacre of the Israelites in Munich in 1972. An additional military assault, led by Ehud Barak, was conducted in Lebanon by Israeli commandos to kill specific Palestinian targets.

The operation was a success but it provoked reactions and criticisms due to the choice of targets, assassination tactics, and others. There were also innocents who died, including Ahmed Bouchiki, brother of Chico Bouchikhi (a popular musician and a co-founder of the Gipsy Kings), who was mistaken for Ali Hassan Salameh. Six of the Mossad were arrested and convicted for the death of Ahmed by the Norwegian justice system (Lillehammer affair).

3. Project MKOften
MKOften was an occult project conducted by the Department of Defense of the United States in conjunction with the CIA. A complementary of MKSEARCH (an unethical mind-control program), the goal was to “test the behavioral and toxicological effects of chemical substances on animals and humans.”

According to Gordon Thomas, MKOften was initiated by an American chemist and spymaster called Sidney Gottlieb, then head of the CIA’s technical services, to “explore the world of black magic” and “harness the forces of darkness and challenge the concept that the inner reaches of the mind are beyond reach”.

The project aims to create a new human psychocivilized society”. Psychics, fortune tellers, palmists (palm-reader), demon specialists, witches, satanists and other practitioners of the occult were recruited.

Given the secrecy of the project and lack of evidence of the results, it is not clearly known the exact number of victims caused by this sinister elaboration, but serious injustices were done and many people killed.

4. MKNAOMI Project
MKNAOMI was a secret project conducted in the 1950s and 1960s by the Defense Department of the United States in conjunction with the CIA. It was a sub MKDELTA project. The objective was to store multiple chemicals capable of causing disabling or death of a test subject and develop the means to disseminate them.

According to the book “A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA’s Secret Cold War Experiments” by H. P. Albarelli Jr., the case of “The 1951 Pont-Saint-Esprit mass poisoning” (also known as Le Pain Maudit) would be an application of MKNAOMI project.

‘Le Pain Maudit’ is a series of food poisoning strikes that occurred in France in the summer of 1951, of which five would die, fifty hospitalized in psychiatric hospitals, and two hundred and fifty others developed more or less serious or lasting symptoms. Nearly sixty years after the events, scientists are still unable to accurately attribute all medical conditions caused by the sinister project.

Although the ‘Le Pain Maudit’ poisoning is now rare in developed countries thanks to application of strict regulations, it still kills in developing countries. In Kenya in 2004, hundred people died due to consumption of maize contaminated with high aflatoxin.

5. Operation Anthropoid
Operation Anthropoid is the code name conducted by the Special Operations Executive (SOE) in order to assassinate Reinhard Heydrich, chief of the Central Office for Reich Security (RSHA), officer of the SS and Protector of Bohemia and Moravia. The action takes place May 27, 1942, and Heydrich died a few days later of his injuries.

Hitler angry and ordered the SS and the Gestapo to put Bohemia on fire and swore to find the killers. Initially, Hitler was planning a general execution campaign against Czechs, but limits the retaliation to several thousand people to avoid endangering the industrial activity of the area, essentially for the German army.

In total, over 13,000 people were arrested. The most notable abuses were perpetrated in the villages of Ležáky and Lidice, which were completely destroyed after all the men had been murdered, the women deported to Ravensbrück concentration camp and children deported to Chełmno extermination camp or placed in German families under the Lebensborn program, one of most secret and terrifying Nazi projects. Nearly 5,000 Czech citizens were killed in retaliation…

Infuriated, Winston Churchill suggested that three German villages be destroyed for every Czech razed village by the Nazis. But two years later, he planned a new operation, this time targeting Hitler in Operation Foxley, but the plan failed. The Anthropoid operation remains the only successful assassination of a Nazi official during the period of the Third Reich.

6. Phoenix program
The Phoenix Program was secretly designed, coordinated, and executed by the United States CIA along with the United States special operations forces, Special Forces Operatives from the Australian Army Training Team Vietnam (AATTV), and the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) during the Vietnam War.

The mission was to infiltrate, capture, terrorize, torture, and assassinate the members of the National Liberation Front (NLF), a political organization with its own army in South Vietnam and Cambodia that fought and defeated the United States and South Vietnamese governments during the Vietnam War (1959–1975).

This program was successful mostly in the Mekong Delta due to presence of Provincial Reconnaissance Units (PRUs) that killed or captured NLF members, as well as civilians suspected to know about the NLF activities.

From 1967 to 1971, the numbers of the group reduced from 80 000 or 100 000 to less than 2000. The number of victims of the operation from which there would have been civilians is estimated at up to 40 000.

7. Manhattan Project
This is one of the most shocking secret military missions ever. Manhattan Project is the code name for the top-secret research project that led to the first atomic bomb during World War II. The operation was conducted by the United States with the participation of UK and Canada. The Manhattan Project operated in absolute secrecy to prevent its discovery by the Axis powers, especially Germany.

The Project began modestly in 1939 but eventually expanded and employed more than 130,000 people and cost nearly 2 billion US dollars in 1945, about $ 26 billion in 2013. Over 90% of the expenses were devoted to the construction of plants and production of fissile materials; less than 10% was used in developing and manufacturing weapons.

Before the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, almost very few people in the government knew the dark objective behind the Manhattan Project; even the workers were not aware that work on atoms was involved. More than 100,000 employees with the project “worked like moles in the dark”. Each employer and worker was warmed that disclosure was punishable by 10 years in prison or a $10,000 ($131,000 today).

It is this project that would lead to the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on 6 and 9 August 1945. The number of people killed by the blast, heat, and resulting fire is difficult to determine, but the United States Department of Energy (DOE) suggests the numbers 70, 000 in Hiroshima and 40,000 in Nagasaki.

However, The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum puts the figure at 140,000 deaths in Hiroshima only. According to historian Howard Zinn, the number of total victims for the two cities reached 250,000, excluding later deaths caused by various types of cancers and diseases.

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