Top Secret Underground Arctic City in Greenland - Documentary

An exclusive look at the US Military's Arctic Research Base in the Arctic - A City Under the Ice - Camp Century. Subscribe for video updates: Join the club: Tags: US Military Greenland Arctic Research Base Top Secret Classified Construction Engineering City Under Ice Underground Bunker "Modern Marvels" "History Channel" "National Geographic" Unites States Reptilian Grey Gray Alien Aliens Nibiru Planet X Annunaki Watchers Nephilim Enuma Elish Antarctica Antarctic Apocalypse 2012 171717 brightenlightenment bright enlightenment Department of Defense PIN 26064 UNITED STATES ARMY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT - PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER SIX - CAMP CENTURY THIS IS THE STORY OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF CAMP CENTURY, GREENLAND'S CITY UNDER THE ICE. AFTER U.S. ARMY ENGINEERS SELECTED THE SITE IN MAY, 1959, NEEDED SUPPLIES WERE DELIVERED TO THE WORK CAMP IN A REMARKABLE LOGISTICAL OPERATION ACROSS THE ICECAP. CAMP CENTURY IS NOW AN ARCTIC RESEARCH CENTER. Producer: Department of Defense UNITED STATES ARMY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT - PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER SIX - CAMP CENTURY (1964) This film is in the public domain. This video is a work of the United States Federal Government prepared by federal government officers and/or employees as part of their official duties and is not copyrightable and is in the public domain and free to use for any purpose including commercial use.

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