Defense news site TheDebrief.org recently revealed two classified reports of the Pentagon’s task force regarding the UFO’s “detection, analysis and cataloging”.
Both include photos of unknown objects.
Other details include an email exchange on October 16, 2019 between former Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Robert Burke and Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff, General Stephen Wilson. This communication was obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) ..
Specifically, Burke told Wilson in an email: “Request a summary of the information I have just received from Naval Intelligence Director Matt Kohler on Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP). The SECNAV will get it.” similarly short time tomorrow at 1000 (possibly referring to then Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer) “.
The leaked photo was taken off the East Coast of the United States with the pilot’s personal mobile phone, as part of a 2018 location report, a source familiar with the matter said.
This report discussed what an unspecified silver “cube” object could be, with a list of possible explanations, including the fact it could be “technology in addition to planets “or” not humans “.
The 2020 photo has been leaked but has not yet been widely disseminated, depicted as a triangle with white lights in each corner. This could be a more interesting photo, says Nick Pope, a former UK Defense Department UFO officer and investigator.
“I’m more concerned with the fact that this first photo was leaked during the Pentagon’s unspecified Aerial Task Force leak of information that serves community workers. Newspaper has shared insights from two “intelligence position reports.”
“There are three things that stand out. First, an insider’s description of the reports is” shocked “- one word that asks what about the UAP makes these people feel shocked. Intelligence reports seem to have been surprisingly widely distributed among various intelligence agencies. Third, the fact that the alien hypothesis does not seem really to be debated. ” , Adds Nick Pope.
Nick Pope also stressed that he hopes there will be more leaks but believes there is a faction within the government that clearly wants this information publicly available.
Two location reports from 2018 and 2020 have been widely disseminated in the defense community, The Debrief said after citing interviews with multiple sources.
As of now, the Pentagon has yet to comment on this controversial new information.
Before that, in August 2020, the Pentagon formed a task force to investigate the UFO, or UAP, after a number of unexplained incidents that the US military observed.
The Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force was launched by Deputy Defense Secretary David Norquist in a push by the Office of Naval Intelligence.
It remains unclear how this new task force is related to the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP). AATIP was established in 2007 by order of former Senator Harry Reid. It was believed to have been decommissioned in 2012, but in 2017, the New York Times reported that the US Department of Defense was in fact still investigating potential unidentified flying objects.
The creation of the task force follows the request of lawmakers. In June, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, acting Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman, instructed the Director of National Intelligence, the Secretary of Defense and other agency heads to compile data on “the present. object unknown “.
“The Commission remains concerned that there is no unified, comprehensive process within the federal government to collect and analyze intelligence on unknown phenomena, despite the potential threat,” the researchers said. Legislative writing in a report.
In July, the New York Times reported that a small group of government officials, including Reid and scientists, believe that objects of “unknown origin” have fallen to Earth and are under control. .
Eric W. Davis, an astrophysicist who served as a subcontractor and consultant for the Pentagon’s UFO program, now working for defense contractor Aerospace Corporation, said he had meetings for Committee on the recall of unexplained objects to Senate Intelligence Committee employees October 21 and October 23, 2019.
In April, the Pentagon also officially released the shocking video of “unknown aerial phenomena”, called “FLIR1”, “Gimbal” and “GoFast”, recorded by Navy aircraft. back before.