The Department of Defense has launched a website for the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office. The website aims to provide the public with information on the efforts of AARO to understand and resolve unidentified anomalous phenomena.
The House Oversight Committee hearing on UAPs was held today. Lawmakers from both parties are continuing to demand answers about unidentified aerial phenomena and possible threats to national security – and they are still meeting resistance from the military.
In a draft paper, a Harvard astronomer and a Pentagon official suggest that the extraterrestrial spaceship could be exploring our galactic neighborhood by using “dandelion seeds” – small spacecraft that can gather and send back information similar to the way humans send spacecraft to explore planets.
The Pentagon shot down an object over Alaska last Friday at the request of President Biden. A week before that, they brought down a Chinese spy balloon over the Atlantic.
We receive yet another leaked video of a UFO/UAP observed by US military. This newly leaked video was shot on July 15, 2019 and shows a spherical-shaped UFO travelling parallel to the ocean surface at speeds up to 158 MPH before submerging under the waters.
About two years ago, I noted an unexpected rise in UFO sightings and media coverage. At the time, I speculated big announcements could be on the horizon. Now we know that the Pentagon and other federal agencies will present a report to the American people by June 2021. In preparation, the Pentagon has been openly…
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a worldwide network of skyward-pointed devices, scouring the sky for UFOs, collecting and storing data and sharing it in a publicly-accessible database of sightings? That’s precisely what Sky Hub intends to achieve – and we think they’ve got a really good chance of pulling this off.
Not many people noticed it because it was tucked away in a “committee comment”, an attachment to the 5,593-page bill that automatically becomes a part of the legislation. The resulting report must address all “airborne objects that have not been identified” and must provide a detailed analysis of each sighting.
This UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena) image has been circulating around U.S. intelligence agencies. The photo dates back to 2018 when it was distributed in an intelligence report from the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF), the Department of Defense’s (DoD) official unit that investigates UAP sightings.
We’ve posted videos and written about these US Navy UFO/UAP videos over the past few years. This week, the Navy has finally admitted that the videos are real. The objects captured by Navy pilots are unidentified and inexplicable.