Area 51 statement is related to the U.S Air Force installation in Nevada. The Area 51 is generally known as Groom Lake or Homey Airport. According to the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) the actual name of the Area 51 service is the Nevada Test and Training Range. The topic of Area 51 has long been fascination for conspiracy theories, although the base has never been declared a secret base, all research and occurrence are sensitive lore. Finally in July 2013, for the first time, the CIA declared publically the existence of the base and acknowledged detail documents of the overall history and the purposes of Area 51.
Report includes the map of the base’s location and it is declared that Area 51 is merely a testing site for the government’s U-2 and OXCART aerial surveillance programs. The programme of U-2 conducted surveillance around the world that includes over the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The area is originally rectangular base of 6 by 10 miles (9.7 by 16 km) that is a part of so-called “Groom box”. Rectangular measures 23 by 25 miles (37 by 40 km), of restricted airspace.
Government has placed a strict security system in this area and access to the base will only be possible by the authorized person. No stranger can enter into the base as the security system of this area is very high. Moreover, a small fleet boeing about 737- 200s is unmarked with the three digital numbers associated with the prefix to Janet. This area has a vast mileage of desert. It is also not possible to have a look at the perimeter fence. This is called a no man’s land. The Groom Lake is surrounded by the camouflaged guards. A special creature having their nick name as “Cammo Dudes” are seen to travel in the area with special jeeps named “Cherokee jeeps’ in order to monitor the border area.
The Area is under the support of military and air that can also take action against something unauthorized in this no man's land. US government has kept the sites really safe and secure.