upcoming government report will detail 'difficult to explain' UFO sightings

Unprecedented UAP Legislation

Unbeknownst to most Americans, President Biden just signed into law far-reaching legislation that could soon confirm the existence of an alien presence on earth. The relevant provisions, incorporated into legislation needed to provide funding for the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Intelligence Community (IC), enjoys strong bipartisan support in both the House and Senate. This is arguably the biggest story mainstream news organizations have ever failed to cover.

2023 is looking to be a big year in the field.​ Cant wait!

Setting the Record Straight

I’m writing to correct the record after a series of misleading articles on the UAP issue by Howard Jenkins Jr. of the Wall Street Journal. Specifically, I want to correct Mr. Jenkins' assertion that: “The UFO commotion has largely been sustained by the U.S. defense establishment,” as well as his suggestion that interest in the UAP issue is the result of “...intelligence officials who think their job includes promoting false and tendentious information to the American public for their own purposes.” His claim that DoD has recently found conventional explanations for most of the hundreds of UAP reported by US military personnel is also dubious.

He goes on to give a timeline leading to where we are today.
That was the docu series made for CNN that ended up not airing after they revamped part of their programming... after it airs on NatGeo in Feb itll be on Hulu.

​Report is out!


The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022 required the Director of National Intelligence, in consultation with the Secretary of Defense, to submit an annual report to Congress on unidentified aerial phenomena. ODNI submitted the classified annual report to Congress and published the unclassified annual report.

The url for the pdf of the report is at the link.

12 measly pages... sheesh... not a single case expounded on. Man we need those whistleblowers asap...
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Key Takeaways from 2023 ODNI UAP Report
Christopher Mellon

In sum, the good news is that the UAP issue is gaining traction and acceptance within the government. Some incidents have already been resolved and our nation may already be safer as a result. For example, if it is true that some of the incidents off the coast of California were identified as Chinese drones, that is a huge breakthrough for US intelligence that would not have occurred absent the new focus on collecting and investigating UAP reports. With continued Congressional support, it is reasonable to expect valuable new insights to occur. Again, as we are seeing daily in Ukraine, effective airspace surveillance has never been more challenging or important. National security will surely benefit. Let’s also not lose sight of the fact that science may benefit as well. Having participated in debriefs of numerous military aviators and radar operators, I believe this is a genuine possibility. Indeed, I’ve spoken with several credible people who claim the US has evidence of alien technology in its possession. These are indeed exciting times!

Did Aliens Land on Earth in 1945? A Defense Bill Seeks Answers.
The Defense Department’s annual spending bill requires it to review U.F.O. sightings dating to 1945, the year some believe an object from space crashed in the New Mexico desert.

For the casual student of U.F.O. history, the modern idea of life beyond our planet usually dates to 1947, when a top-secret U.S. military balloon crashed in the desert near Roswell, N.M. The wreckage prompted decades of conspiracy theories and gave rise to the idea that Roswell was the site of an alien crash landing.
Now, thanks to a new congressional spending bill, U.F.O. enthusiasts may look to 1945 as the beginning of that era.
An amendment tucked into this year’s $858 billion National Defense Authorization Act, which funds the Defense Department’s annual operating budget, requires the department to review historical documents related to unidentified aerial phenomena — government lingo for U.F.O.s — dating to 1945. That is the year that, according to one account, a large, avocado-shaped object struck a communication tower in a patch of New Mexico desert now known as the Trinity Site, where the world’s first atomic bomb was detonated that July.
Experts said the bill, which President Biden signed into law in December, could be a game changer for studying unidentified phenomena.

“The American public can reasonably expect to get some answers to questions that have been burning in the minds of millions of Americans for many years,” said Christopher Mellon, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence. “If nothing else, this should either clear up something that’s been a cloud hanging over the Air Force and Department of Defense for decades or it might lead in another direction, which could be truly incredible. There’s a lot at stake.”
Opinion: Let’s Bring the UAP Challenge Into the Light of Day
Jacques Vallée


When Congress reconvened last year on September 6, attention was on a busy legislative agenda, and renewed commitments to the country’s defense posture in Europe and the Pacific in response to global economic and military challenges. However, many Americans were also watching for developments involving the matter of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). The imagery of unknown objects flitting at crazy speeds over the Pacific and Atlantic coasts, unveiled in late 2017, is still too vivid in the country’s memory to be easily forgotten.

Ten years earlier, I had seen those images when I joined the scientific team assembled by the Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies (BAASS) organization of Robert Bigelow. We had early (but classified) access to such images and the mystery they represented. As the public now knows, our team went on to investigate many other incidents where the limits of science and technology were tested. In the process, it produced a series of reports, still controversial and partially withheld, about developments in science that might approximate the observed performance of the objects, albeit without explaining them to the full satisfaction of the academic community.

In support of these research ambitions in physics and biology, a more discrete team of programmers, coders, information analysts, and field investigators was recruited. They worked very hard for two years to implement the first level of CAPELLA, a system of data “warehouses” I had designed to enable the investigation of global patterns behind the phenomenon. Our team included translators from Spanish, Russian, French, and other languages who would generate the first comprehensive survey of information data elements about UAP. It was the first step of a three-stage process I engineered, aimed at supporting a realistic AI-driven investigation of the phenomenon in its global manifestations.
Interesting pre prints on the proposals for instruments to look for UAP's by the Galileo project:



A number of papers have been submitted to the Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation:
  • The Scientific Investigation of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Using Multimodal Ground-based Observatories
  • SkyWatch: A Passive Multistatic Radar Network for the Measurement of Object Position and Velocity
  • Multi-Band Acoustic Monitoring of Aerial Signatures
  • Overview of The Galileo Project
  • Physical Considerations for an Intercept Mission to a 1I/'Oumuamua-like Interstellar Object
According to Ted Roe, in a month or so.

Project Titan Approved By San Marino: UFOs Set To Be Discussed At United Nations For First Time Since 1978

Today, the Parliament of San Marino voted in favour to participate in Project Titan, meaning San Marino will submit a proposal to the UN for the creation of a permanent office tasked with the preparation of periodic global conferences dedicated to the scientific study of UFOs, otherwise known as Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP).

The proposal will now be submitted to the UN’s Secretary General before undergoing a preliminary examination and discussion. Following this, the proposal would be submitted to a vote at the General Assembly.

If successfully passed, the United Nations would run the new office which organises periodic conferences hosted by San Marino, becoming the Geneva of global UAP studies. The conferences would be accessible to private and state-backed researchers and organisations.

Also known as Project Titan, the proposal was created and managed by Paolo Guizzardi on behalf of the Centro Ufologico Nazionale of Italy (CUN), Italy’s main Ufological organization and the International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research (ICER).

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Key Takeaways from 2023 ODNI UAP Report
Christopher Mellon

In a 2016 interview with Leslie Kean published on the now-closed HuffPost Contributor Forum, Mellon stated:
I highly doubt DoD or any other government agency is concealing UFO information. I participated in a comprehensive review of DoD's black programs and spent over a decade conducting oversight of the national foreign intelligence program, an almost totally separate world of secrets. I visited Area 51 and other military, intelligence and research facilities. During all those years, I never detected the faintest hint of government interest or involvement in UFOs. ... While a few new, previously overlooked documents might turn up (the bureaucracy is never perfect), I do not believe they would resolve the UFO issue or provide significant new insights. I can think of one lengthy UFO report that is classified only due to concerns over sources and methods. In fact, it identified a convincing conventional explanation for the pilot sightings in this particular case. There are lots of classified documents related to activities at Area 51, where high security is needed. But this is all legitimate stuff the American people would support. They have nothing to do with UFOs, to the best of my knowledge.[SUP][6][/SUP]​

Also, I’ve spoken with several credible people who claim they have evidence of gnomes stealing cereal boxes. These are indeed exciting times!

When you fail to see the double (triple if you assume the evidence even exists) logical discrepencies in this kind of statement, then you fail to understand why it's meaningless.

- I've spoken to...
- Who claim they have evidence...
- Where is the evidence and does it even exist? How do you know it's actually evidence and not something else deliberately misconstrued as evidence?
This thread's gone on for 17 pages, and I still don't see any aliens. When are we gonna get teh aliens?


The Pentagon’s Highest Ranking UFO Hunter Steps Out Of The Shadows To Highlight His Work On The UFO Topic​

Stratton is the only person from the U.S. federal government to have worked on all of the modern Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) programs and is the most senior figure directly involved to have spoken out, having held a rank comparable to a two-star Admiral.

"Jay Stratton was the U.S. government's top UFO hunter.

“He conducted the first in-depth investigation of the Tic Tac case, and is the only person in the entire government to work on all of the major UFO probes, including the DIA's ambitious program (AAWSAP), its successor (AATIP), and then the UAP Task Force which he created, organized, and directed before it was formally authorized by Congress.

“The classified briefing he wrote, narrated, and presented to key audiences is a primary reason why the newest program AARO was created.

“And unlike many of his former colleagues at DoD, Stratton believes the public has a right to know what's going on rather than the obfuscation, stonewalling, misleading statements, and strategic leaks to debunkers, all of which continue to muddy the UAP waters."