I can't tell my name and everything I'll tell you is what I saw with my eyes and experienced myself.
I was a C-2 Greyhound pilot in the Navy (I can't tell you the name of my carrier air wing because they will understand who I am) till three years ago when I gave up with that, and when in active duty I've brought Navy personnell to NAS Fallon from Miramar officially for organizating a joint weapon school, but two days after I arrived over there I saw a white 737 with an orizontal red stripe on the fuselage landing, refuelling, boarding the guys I brought up there and taking off (It was singular, normally the periods between the landing and the take off is longer). two hours before leaving I had a little chat with an A-6 pilot about that and he told me (joking) that maybe they where going to Area51. I laughed but yesterday, surfing, I visited a web page dedicated to Area51 and I saw a picture of a 737 similar to the one I saw at Fallon. I've read everything about them and "Janet Air" and now I have a personal theory: When an aircarrier is in cruise it stays out for eight (long) months (average) so if you want people to stay for a long time in a palce working on something for 24 hours a day you can get them in the Navy...they don't have to go home every week or evening and they don't have to call everyday at home. I don't know if this is aa possible solution for the thing I saw, but maybe is a credible one.