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Man dressed as a ninja and armed with a sword attacked soldiers at a base in the Mojave Desert


Man dressed as a ninja and armed with a sword attacked special ops soldiers training at a base in the Mojave Desert

  • The strange incident took place at an airfield in the Mohave desert, according to a screengrab of  a military incident report shared on Instagram and Reddit 
  • Details from the report were corroborated by records from the Ridgecrest Police Department that confirmed two U.S. Army soldiers received stiches following the incident  
  • The incident report says an ‘unknown person wearing full ninja garb’ armed with a sword with a curved blade appeared out of nowhere and questioned a staff sergeant  
  • The man then slashed the soldier with his sword ‘striking his phone and his knee and leg,’ before the staff sergeant  fled and hid in a building
  • The ninja’ then kicked and punched doors and windows and threw a block of asphalt through a building window, striking a captain inside the building
  • Following the bizarre encounter, the staff sergeant received stitches to his leg while the captain struck by the block received multiple stiches to his head
  • The Ridgecrest Police Department first logged a 911 call at 1:20 a.m. that stated there was one victim and a man ‘with a sword’ in the parking lot 


A sword-wielding man dressed as a ninja attacked a staff sergeant and a special ops soldier after mysteriously appearing at an desert airfield.   

The strange incident took place at 1 a.m. on September 18 at an airfield in the Mojave Desert, according to a screengrab of what appears to be a military incident report shared on Instagram and Reddit Wednesday, Stars and Stripes reported.   

Some details from the report, which was initially shared by Instagram meme page ‘Daddy SOARbucks before appearing on Reddit, were later corroborated by Ridgecrest Police Department logs that indicated two U.S. Army soldiers needed stitches after the incident. 

According to the alleged incident report, an unnamed staff sergeant was attacked while smoking a cigarette in front of an administrative building at Inyokern Airport

A sword-wielding man dressed as a ninja slashed a staff sergeant and attacked several special ops soldiers at an airfield forcing them to find shelter and call 911 for help.

 A sword-wielding man dressed as a ninja slashed a staff sergeant and attacked several special ops soldiers at an airfield forcing them to find shelter and call 911 for help.

According to the apparent incident report, an unnamed staff sergeant was smoking a cigarette outside an administrative building at Inyokern Airport, when an ‘unknown person wearing full ninja garb’ armed with a curved sword appeared. 

The stranger asked him, ‘Do you know who I am?’ and ‘Do you know where my family is?’ to which the staff sergeant replied, ‘no.’ 

Immediately, the man in ninja garb slashed the staff sergeant with his sword  ‘striking his phone and his knee and leg,’ the incident report said.  

The staff sergeant fled, jumping a fence and locking himself in a building on the airfield. He called 911.

The strange incident took place at an airfield in the Mojave Desert, according to a screengrab of a military incident report shared on Instagram and Reddit

The strange incident took place at an airfield in the Mojave Desert, according to a screengrab of a military incident report shared on Instagram and Reddit

At that point the man dressed as a ninja began kicking and punching doors and windows. A few minutes later, he threw a block of asphalt through a building window, striking a captain inside, the report alleged.   

The ‘ninja’ then fled, but was later arrested elsewhere by officers.

Following the bizarre encounter, the staff sergeant needed stitches in his leg while the captain struck by the block received multiple stitches in his head, the report said.   

Stars and Stripes reports that the Ridgecrest Police Department first logged a 911 report at 1:20 a.m. about a victim and a man ‘with a sword’ in the parking lot.

That was followed by a second 911 call a half hour later.

’26 spec op military members doing training at the airport,’ the police log stated. ‘Hunkered down in a hangar wondering where help is.’

DailyMail.com reached out to Ridgecrest Police for a statement regarding the arrest. 

The ‘ninja’ has not been identified and a motive was not released. 

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