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The flight maneuvers they use, the communications they issue, air tactics employed, strengths, and weaknesses of US aerial assets are likely known by intelligently controlled anomalous objects, which the military says it knows little about.
After decades of public denial, the United States Government (USG) now wants to know what unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) are and who they belong to.
On May 16th, 2021, 60 minutes interviewed Lieutenant Ryan Graves, now retired FA/18 Naval fighter pilot who was concerned and described his experiences with unidentifiable objects that he and his colleagues were becoming too accustomed to seeing.
There’s been much speculation regarding why Congress, after decades of silence, had decided to introduce legislation into the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to address unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP), and now we may know.
In numerous interviews, Lue Elizondo has discussed the high definition videos and associated sensor data that were analyzed by the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) that exhibit the five observables. There has always been speculation that congressional committees had seen high-resolution videos of UAP, yet never substantiated until now.
Mr. Elizondo is among a small group of former government officials and scientists with security clearances who are convinced that objects of undetermined origin have crashed on earth with materials retrieved for study.
A growing number of scientists, academics, government contractors, and former Department of Defense (DOD) officials have started to come forward in recent interviews, providing tantalizing clues regarding the reality of unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP).
For unknown reasons and after decades of silence the USG has now begun a conversation with the American public on UAP.
Numerous associates of the Pentagon program, with high-security clearances and decades of involvement with official UFO investigations, told the NYT they were convinced such crashes have occurred, based on their access to classified information.
It seems there has always been a consensus in the American public that the US Congress has been in the dark regarding UAP crash retrievals if they existed. It would be unconscionable to believe that if elected officials had information about, or physical evidence of “off-world vehicles”, that were in the possession of the United States Government (USG), this knowledge would not be concealed from the American public, at least on an unclassified level.
The former director of the Department of Defense, Aerospace threat identification program (AATIP), Lue Elizondo provides an interesting analogy in a recent Theories of Everything podcast, after being asked why the US government has not been more transparent about UAP over the decades.
In analyzing this rather complex existential analogy, framed in a way only Lue Elizondo could articulate, he puts us into the mind…
The question now becomes, who or what is operating these vehicles if not the Russians and Chinese military, where do they come from, why are they here, and what do they want?
It’s likely within a few months, additional unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP) video footage will be released to the public based on a recent interview with Jeremy Corbell on Coast to Coast, and went on to describe the footage and said:
“If you can imagine a Phoenix Lights-type incident over a secure, military installation, on U.S. soil. Multiple angles of footage, and imagery. Nobody else has this, this is fresh information nobody’s seen.”
Medium: “The Brookings Report provides some insight as to why it’s taken the USG and lawmakers seven decades to dip their toes into the murky water of UAP allowing us to form some hypotheses, let’s find out what happened.”
At the moment of disclosure, most of humanity will be chin deep in a revelation they either dreaded or are willing to embrace, there’s no way to prepare for this eventuality, and our government leaders know this.
Congress has learned a lot more from the classified report than they’re willing to divulge, right now. However, the history books are being rewritten, and the Pentagon is likely going to take the fall for decades of obfuscation.
Congress now faces the inescapable conclusion that elements within the Pentagon’s intelligence apparatus have prevented congressional oversight on unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP) and are likely in contempt of Congress.
The Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force (UAPTF) classified report provided a revelation that Earth is being visited by entities of unknown origin, possessing vastly superior technology, and have yet to communicate in a manner humanity can comprehend.
The United States Air Force has been withholding intelligence on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) from government spy agencies and congress for decades.
There is an obvious pattern of reluctance within intelligence-oriented government agencies, and specifically within the Air Force, to share information associated with UAP. Information is power in trade within a bureaucracy.
Classified briefings during the release of the 2021 ODNI UAP report inspired historical language in the National Defense Authorization Act. What was Congress told?
In a recent interview provided by Theories of Everything and also on Disclosure Tonight, Lue Elizondo recounts a hypothetical analogy.
The story involves Pentagon employees operating and making decisions associated with a classified UFO program, having no congressional oversight, and not even within the purview of the president of the United States.
The United States and former Soviet Union’s Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) systems have been hacked by unknown ariel anomalies, and the United States Government has “no comment.”
On October 4, 1987 Russian soldiers at the nuclear base in Usovo, Ukraine witnessed five UFOs in the night sky hovering in the area for more than 4 hours. Without warning, secret Soviet nuclear access codes spontaneously appeared on the computer screens enabling the missiles and initiating a countdown to launch. In the untold moments later the countdown ceased in what must have seemed like an eternity for numerous Soviet military officers helplessly witnessing the event.
Ross Coulthart, Australian investigative journalist recently said in an interview, “there has been consideration given to offensively trying to bring down these objects.”
Furthermore, the USG can actively track them via RF signals emanated from these craft based on conversations with retired US intelligence officer Bob Fish.
“There was a specific electronic signature (frequency) emanating from them when they were going into or coming out of the water, so they were easy to track. On several occasions they filmed the UFO as it transitioned from water to air or vice versa.” – Bob Fish, In Plain Sight