Diego Garcia Split Runner
Diego Garcia, Split Runner

The US military base on the island of Diego Garcia (aka Camp Justice aka ) and owned by the UK is one of the most strategically located and secretive U.S. military installations outside the United States. It is known as a top-secret CIA prison where terror suspects are interrogated and tortured. Diego Garcia’s history includes disclosures by Washington insiders, military strategists, and exiled islanders, as well as hundreds of declassified documents.  Investigators long suspected the island was a clandestine CIA “black site” for high-profile detainees, although actions of the US and UK Military have been so covert that proof is not so easy to find, until now.  The official name of the base is  British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT) Diego Garcia is thought to be the most environmentally pristine atolls in the world. The official name of the military  base is  Camp Thunder Cove.

“Today, the main island of Diego Garcia is America’s largest military base in the world, outside the US. There are more than 4,000 troops, two bomber runways, thirty warships and a satellite spy station. The Pentagon calls it an “indispensable platform” for policing the world. It was used as a launch pad for the invasions of both Afghanistan and Iraq”. http://johnpilger.com/videos/stealing-a-nation

 In 2007, the Pentagon granted a $32 million contract to add a submarine base to the island’s existing dock.


This small cluster of atolls was once home to some 2,000 Chagossians who had lived there for generations. The most populated island is Diego Garcia whose resident islanders lived by working the coconut plantations, farming on small plots of land, and fishing for lobster. In 1966, the UK and the US implemented a joint military strategy and the archipelago was leased to the US for 50 years, until 2016. The purpose was to build a US military base on Diego Garcia. Although no money was ever received by the UK government, documents reveal that the US gave the UK a $14 million discount on the purchase of missiles.

However, the big problem with this plan was that the islands were already inhabited.  The UK government expelled the islanders by force. The 50 year lease expires in 2016, which meant the exiled residents could now return to the island of  Diego Garcia. As if the story could not get any more evil, it took another sinester  turn in  2010 when  the UK government established a marine protected area (MPA) around the islands claiming  that there would cease to be “”human footprints” or “Man Fridays” on the islands moving forward. This has  also fostered a rare alliance between environmentalists and the U.S. military.

On  the  Chagos Reservation Trust  website  , an organization that is dedicated to the protection of the reserve, it is made clear  that human inhabitants are not welcome.

So  what are they saying? Are they actually trying to have us believe  that an island  taken over by the US Military 2 decades ago with  an airfield capable of handling nuclear bombers and a seaport where supplies for much of the region are stored aboard pre-positioned ships is suddenly concerned  with “human footprint” on  the environment? Really?

Does it ever end?

According to a 2009 classified memo circulated internally in London, an official insisted that the establishment of a marine park — the world’s largest — would in no way impinge on [US Government] use of the archipelago, including Diego Garcia, for military purposes. He said that the former inhabitants would find it difficult, if not impossible, to pursue their claim for resettlement on the islands if the entire Chagos  archipelago were a marine reserve.

The summary paragraph of the memo clearly dictates the intent of the MPA which states:

“HMG would like to establish a “marine park” or “reserve” providing comprehensive environmental protection to the reefs and waters of the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT), a senior Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) official informed Polcouns on May 12. The official insisted that the establishment of a marine park — the world’s largest — would in no way impinge on USG use of the BIOT, including Diego Garcia, for military purposes. He agreed that the UK and U.S. should carefully negotiate the details of the marine reserve to assure that U.S. interests were safeguarded and the strategic value of BIOT was upheld. He said that the BIOT’s former inhabitants would find it difficult, if not impossible, to pursue their claim for resettlement on the islands if the entire Chagos Archipelago were a marine reserve.”

The Chagossians used the cable for a high court application to order a judicial review of the government’s decision to create the MPA. They argued that the cable revealed the government’s true motives for creating the MPA; to prevent  the islanders  from returning home.

Keep in mind that British officials forcibly expelled approximately 2,000 Mauritians living in Chagos to make way for American military installations. The UK has stated that the Chagos will be returned to Mauritius once the islands are no longer required for defense purposes. Again the lease expires in 2016. (We shall see!)

Regarding the occupation of the US Military’s “footprint”? Does it apply?

The last time I checked,  the military was made up of flesh and blood; in other words, ‘men and women’. This “Marine Reserve Concept”  is not only utterly absurd, it’s a  clear and unfortunate  example of  how ruling countries misuse their power to  force themselves on smaller less powerful countries; and for the record, it’s called stealing. It is also What do the people have to say?

The people of Diego Garcia have spoken!

Great Britain and the United States should do honor to their status as great powers and sit down with us to negotiate a formal, legal transfer of sovereignty.”

In March of 2014 , The Chagos Refugee Group whose mission is to to provide help and support to refugees from Chagos Archipelago in Mauritius and the Seychelles Islands, Crawley and other parts of the United Kingdom and to promote their welfare and protect their interests,  publicly  addressed the issue by stating:

“For years, Great Britain has repeatedly used its power and influence to stymie the peaceful resolution of this dispute. In 2012, Mauritius announced that it would leave the Commonwealth if necessary in order to take the Chagos issue before the International Court of Justice. But the UK immediately amended its declaration relating to the jurisdiction of the Court so that the ICJ would not have mandatory jurisdiction if a case was brought against it. In 2010, Britain declared a Marine Protected Area around the archipelago, and in response Mauritius initiated proceedings against the UK under Annex 7 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. The African Union and Non-Aligned Movement have expressed unanimous support for Mauritius over the Chagos issue.

Now is the time to do the right thing and begin negotiations over the return of the Chagos Archipelago to its rightful owner, the Republic of Mauritius. The era of colonialism is over. Russia’s actions in Crimea are a searing reminder that the international community will no longer tolerate the forceful subjugation of weaker states by their more powerful neighbors. Mauritius is acting responsibly, consistent with recognized international norms, to resolve this dispute peacefully. The West has the opportunity to match its words with deeds. Great Britain and the United States should do honor to their status as great powers and sit down with us to negotiate a formal, legal transfer of sovereignty.”

 Washington  has no interest in being the subject of protracted challenges against the legality of the territory on which it maintains a vital military facility. As a close ally and strategic partner, Mauritius will continue to provide full access and basing rights to the United States on Diego Garcia. By accepting Mauritian sovereignty, the  UK  will not prejudice its position with respect to other colonial territories, nor will it prejudice the “defense purposes” by which it justifies its continued occupation of the islands.

Diego Garcia Facts (2015)

  • Diego Garcia is governed by the British  UK represents the Territory internationally. Local government does not exist. 
  • The administration is represented in the Territory by the Officer commanding British Forces on Diego Garcia, the “Brit Rep”. (administered by a commissioner, resident in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London)
  • Laws and regulations are promulgated by the Commissioner and enforced in the BIOT by Brit Rep.
  • CIA Information from the CIA’s website: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/io.html
  • No known regular military forces exist on Diego Garcia(2014)
  • Short of a major change in how we hold the state accountable, it will continue to conveniently lose evidence showing its part in serious abuses, and our political “watchdogs” will continue to be either unable or too useless to do anything about it.
  • The lease for the US Military expires in 2016
  • In 2004, the UK applied for, and received, RAMSAR SITE wetlands conservation status for the lagoon and other waters of Diego Garcia. In other words, the US declared it a wetlands conservatory.
  • On 1 April 2010, the UK Cabinet declared the Chagos Archipelago a Marine Protected Area (MPA) and prohibited all extractive industry, including fishing and oil and gas exploration. It is unclear whether Diego Garcia is included in the MPA.
  • The US Military has spent Billions of dollars (to date) on this secret military facilty
  • Defense is the responsibility of the UK; the US lease on Diego Garcia expires in 2016


Diego Garcia is hiding in plain sight. Here is there FB page.
Diego Garcia is hiding in plain sight. Here is there FB page.

International GNSS Service (For those interested, here is the  NASA site log:  DGAR Site Information Form (site log)

See Instructions at:    ftp://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/station/general/sitelog_instr.txt



Current Defense Contracts (Includes Diego Garcia for 2014)


Note: This is an obvious  violation  of HUMAN RIGHTS . But the story does not end here. *Why would  the UK and US military want to completely isolate these islands by  removing  all humans and inhabitants under the guise of environmental issues that currently do not even exist in Diego Garcia?

Here is where the story takes a hard left.

Question: What are they really hiding?

Answer:   Possible Alien technology: Strange Facilities Under the Sea on the island of Diego Garcia 


Diego Garcia harbors more than one secret, some  reports  claim  that  the military is harboring  an underwater base that allegedly utilizes alien  technology. There seems to be photographic evidence of the existence of under water bases as well. A Popular Mechanics investigation TRACKED DOWN SOME OF THE MOST INTERESTING ACTIVE MILITARY FACILITIES AND SPOKE WITH BRAD SCHULZ, VICE PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL ARCHITECTURE AT HNTB. Here is what Shultz had to say about Diego Garcia. 

“There’s a certain amount of logistical difficulty” with ultra-remote facilities like Diego Garcia, and shipping materials can be costly. Diego Garcia’s remoteness, though, allows it to be a key hub for tracking satellites, and it is one of five monitoring stations for GPS. Additionally, the island is one of only a handful of locations equipped with a Ground-based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance system for tracking objects in deep space. As an atoll, the land itself is rather oddly shaped, too. From end to end, Diego Garcia is 34 miles long, but its total area is only 11 square miles.”  ~Shultz

Evidence to support Schultz’s statement includes Diego Garcia’s affiliation with the   22d Space Operations Squadron (22 SOPS) which develops, publishes, executes, and enforces the network operations tasking order, as well as operating and maintaining worldwide remote tracking stations and associated communications systems comprising the   Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN). It additionally coordinates launch and on-orbit operations of Department of Defense and other national agencies’ satellites in support of war fightersthe President, and the Secretary of Defense.

In addition, the base is supported by the  18th Space Control Squadron (18 SPCS) which is a a  space surveillance unit, and lastly, the squadron supports NASA‘s space mission.

Could this be the location in which many of the Underwater UFO’s or USO’s (Unidentified Submerged Object) have been stored and from  whence some of the USO sightings are originating ?

Note: One of the private contractors for Diego Garcia Military complex is a manufacturer by the name of Alion  Science.  Interesting name isn’t it?


NOTE: Birth of the Black Budget

“In 1947, the National Security Act created the National Security Council, the Central Intelligence Organization (CIA) and consolidated the US military into one entity, the Department of Defense (DoD). One of the issues that remained unresolved from the creation and operation of the CIA was the extent to which its budget and intelligence activities would remain a secret. According to Article 1, sec. 9, of the US Constitution,

“No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law; and a regular statement and account of receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from time to time.”

This constitutional requirement conflicted with the need for secrecy concerning Congressional appropriations for the CIA. The solution was for Congress to pass legislation approving the secrecy over the funding mechanisms used for the CIA and its intelligence related activities. The necessary bill was passed with great haste and minimal debate causing considerable concern among those few Congressmen brave enough to openly challenge the constitutionality of the Act. Congressman Emmanuel Celler of New York voted for the bill but protested:

“If the members of the Armed Services Committee can hear the detailed information to support this bill, why can’t the entire membership? Are they the ‘Brahmins’ and we the ‘ untouchables’?


Secrecy is the answer.  

If you’ve got the money, the time, the power and the ingenuity at your fingertips, why not take over an island of your own? In the privacy of your own home, you could build an off world craft using reverse engineering, fly back and forth to the moon with your friends and family, and no one would ever know!   You could call it  BS, Baracuda Space.(Or in this case, Diego Garcia.)

The on going  targeting of extraterrestrial vehicles by exotic weapons systems is certainly a major cause for concern, so play nice kids!






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Diego Garcia on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/MWR-Diego-Garcia/114812951889?sk=info&tab=page_info

Defense Contractors and millions spent on Diego Garcia http://www.your-poc.com/remote-sites-diego-garcia-british-indian-ocean/


The Following Department of Defense, Department of the Navy and Department of the Air Force Regulations, Instructions, and Directives are applicable to U.S. Activities on Diego Garcia.  This is not an all-inclusive list.  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/nrmp.html


OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, July 26, 2006 — Thunder Cove officially replaced Camp Justice as the new name of the Air Force housing area at the 40th Air Expeditionary Group in a renaming ceremony July 23. http://www.defendamerica.mil/articles/jul2006/a072606ls1.html

The Entire history of Diego Garcia https://intercontinentalcry.org/the-plight-of-the-chagossians-21653/


Malaysia Flight MH 370 thought to land in Diego Garcia http://www.apfn.org/apfn/370.htm


HISTORY of Diego Garcia Island : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diego_Garcia

Was Flight MH380 intercepted and later housed at  Diego Garcia? http://www.forestforwomen.com/2014/03/mh370-passenger-found-asking-for-help.html

DEEP SPACE on Diego Garcia http://io.geoview.info/geodss_diego_garciagroundbased_electrooptical_deep_space_surveillance2,61449405p

DIEGO CLEANED: http://www.antiwar.com/orig/pilger.php?articleid=3702


BLACK BUDGET: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/exopolitica/esp_exopolitics_I_1ba.htm#birth

Why military  underground bases are notable: http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/engineering/architecture/strangest-military-bases-gallery-navy-support-facility-diego-garcia#slide-3

Diego Garcia Facts: Seven Things You Didn’t Know: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vioZKyWrmr4

Photo #1 NASA astronaut image of Diego Garcia Atoll, Chagos Archipelago, British Indian Ocean Territory Photo: Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center

Ohio-class guided-missile submarine USS Georgia (SSGN 729) prepares to moor in Diego Garcia. Photo: Official U.S. Navy Imagery (CC BY 2.0)

Underwater base California A massive underwater entrance has been discovered off the Malibu, CA coast at Point Dume which appears to be the Holy Grail of UFO/USO researchers. The plateau structure is 1.35 miles x 2.45 miles wide, 6.66 miles from land, and the entrance between the support pillars is 2745 feet wide and 630 feet tall. It also has what looks like, a total nuclear bomb proof ceiling that is 500 feet thick.

Island aerial : http://beforeitsnews.com/power-elite/2014/03/the-truth-about-british-diego-garcia-stealing-a-nation-part-1-of-2-2445136.html


Underwater base California 2 The entrance could support nuclear sized submarines, and allow access to different military installations that are inside the US, such as the China Lake Naval Base, that is in the middle of the Mojave desert, and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Hawthorne, NV between Las Vegas and Reno.



Armed Forces Updates: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD8bmW4A7eYzHrW7sXwsqwQ

“Houston, We have a problem”. This clip captures the moment right after the malfunction on Apollo 13, where an oxygen leak occurred. One can only imagine the thoughts running through the minds of the astronauts and mission control. Thankfully, they still managed to make it back alive. http://www.freeinfosociety.com/media/sounds/142.mp3




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15 thoughts on “Diego Garcia: A Black Project Military Base with Secrets to Hide”
  1. Have to agree with Wild T’s comments as I have been here a week and everything he stated is correct. I cannot vouch for what it was like back in 1992 when Charles came here but these days there seems to be more fillipinos than military on the island and as Wild T stated, they run, or are at least employed on, pretty much all of the infrastructure on the island. T
    he protected areas are not everywhere so yes people can snorkel, fish and swim. We had some guys go out on a fishing charter today and got a great catch. So it does seem that a lot of this article is based on non factual or distorted information. Does make for some interesting reading though to see what some people think. I would class it more as an entertainment article rather than a factual one.

    1. It is interesting that the EPA protected areas make no sense to the island of Diego Garcia, because they are NOT environmentally protected in any way. It was just a way for the military to keep fishing boats away from the area.

      TTD Discloures Diego Garcia

  2. Have to agree with Wild T’s comments as I have been here a week and everything he stated is correct. I cannot vouch for what it was like back in 1992 when Charles came here but these days there seems to be more fillipinos than military on the island and as Wild T stated, they run, or are at least employed on, pretty much all of the infrustructure on the island. T
    he protected areas are not everywhere so yes people can snorkel, fish and swim. We had some guys go out on a fishing charter today and got a great catch. So it does seem that a lot of this article is based on non factual or distorted information. Does make for some interesting reading though to see what some people think. I would class it more as an entertainment article rather than a factual one.

  3. Also we were not allowed to enter the water and swim much less snorkel or fish. There is no medical there so if you had the bends, stepped on a rockfish or were poisoned by sea life you would die. They did not even allow contact sports. But that was in 1992.

    1. You can’t get the bends from snorkeling. Decompression illness requires breathing air above atmospheric pressure which you don’t do while snorkeling. Just saying. Contact sports are still frowned upon due to the medical limitations as you note. They can patch up normal first aid stuff.

  4. I had to fly in thier by aircraft and fly out by helocopter to get to my ship (US Navy) back in 1992. I flew in with a DNA Specialist and a Geneticist. I didn’t even know what that was back then. I spent 3 days there. I only saw military personnel and the scientist went to the other side of the island. Marines guarded the gate to that side. There were no other civilians back then.

  5. So you only allow comments that you can disregard when they don’t fit your narrative? That alone speaks volumes on how shaky the ground is you stand on. Go ahead, read that (publicly available) guide to inbound sailors on Diego Garcia. Check out the MWR Diego Garcia Facebook or the NSF Diego Garcia Facebook sites. It backs up everything I’ve told you. But the guy who’s never set foot on the island is the expert, right?

  6. I see you’re going to try to nitpick grammar to pick apart my points (you deliberately avoided actually addressing the glaring OPSEC hole that would sink your entire conspiracy theory). Point made, I made a couple typos.

    Second, the EPA? Really? What would a US government agency be doing legislating what you admit is a British-controlled island? The Brits here strictly enforce the wildlife areas, but don’t close them off from human visitation. For instance, I can go visit sea turtle spawning grounds with a $2 day pass, as long as I don’t mess with the turtles (to the tune of a £1500 fine).

    Also, the Chagos Marine Protection area only covers certain portions of the island and waters surrounding. Individual fishing is permitted, but commercial vessels are routinely intercepted. You can get good grouper, sweet lips and snapper in the lagoon and medium-sized tuna on one of the whalers that goes outside the island. There are also several approved swimming, snorkeling, boating and windsurfing areas on the island for Morale, Welfare and Recreation. But don’t take my word for it… Look up the Diego Garcia MWR Facebook, it’s all there in the public with photos (I’m probably in several). Or the publicly hosted Naval Support Facilities Diego Garcia website, which has extensive guides for inbound sailors about the island and what is and isn’t allowed. Hell, post your email and I’ll send you a copy myself.

    But by all means, cling to the idea that this place, in an age where social media links every person on this island to their homes, is somehow a super-secret shady site. The only thing stopping you is the mountain of contrary evidence you’ve discarded.

  7. Wow… this article is pretty insane. I’m actually living on Diego Garcia right now, and have been for about five months. Despite digging around every possible selective quote to reinforce this conspiracy theory you’ve missed or ignored the largest, easiest-to-find fact that undermines your entire idea: the population. Diego Garcia is run by thousands of Pilipino contractors working on contacts ranging from a few months to multi-year contracts. Do you think that thousands of Pilipino civilians who run every facet of the island’s infrastructure and greatly outnumber the amount of US/British military are all keeping quiet about all of the super-secret stuff you allege is occurng? It’s a joke.

    Fact is, the island is quite mundane and boring. Good snorkeling and fishing, though.

    1. First of ALL, Diego Garcia is NOT run by thousands of “Philipino contractors working on contacts” (and you can’t even spell it correctly. You meant Filipino and you meant CONTRACT instead of contact. ) Secondly, doubtful that you are on the island. Fishing and snorkeling? The islands waters have been taken over by the EPA as a protected zone to “reduce mans footprint”, it’s a preserve, so again, doubtful you are snorkeling.But hey, you spelled that correctly, bravo!

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