Area 51 (Groome Lake official test site) has become synonymous with government secrecy over the years. The wildest stories circulate about the airport. For example, in 1947, UFO collapsed in Roswell and its foreign passengers would be brought to the base.
The area 51 was designated as a test area for the Lockheed U-2 spy plane in 1955. This device was developed in the fifties for the espionage with the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Later, other secret aircraft, such as the SR-71 Blackbird and the covert F-117 Nighthawk, were tested. The existence of the area 51 – nearly 250 kilometers from Los Angeles – was not officially recognized by the CIA by 2013.
Through Facebook, more than 600,000 people have already shown that they want to break into a military base so they can look at their eyes. "We can not stop all of us," writes the initiator in a seemingly funny event.
Area 51 is strictly protected by the Ministry of Defense. There are signs on the borders that warn that "lethal violence" can be used against people who have unauthorized access.
Defense does not want to comment on the event against the American media.