American Unidentified Events Report
Senate Report 116-233, accompanying the FY2021 Exploration Permit Act, stipulates that the Director of National Intelligence, in consultation with the Department of Defense and other agencies, must provide an intelligence assessment of the threat posed by the UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon).
The report is being published because of a clause introduced by Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, a leading Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee, into a huge spending bill passed by Congress.
The deadline for submitting the report was June 25, 2021.
The report was released a few hours ago. Nine-page!
And this is not at all the disclosure that many expected.
The Pentagon and intelligence agencies have dropped the term UFO and instead refer to UAP or unidentified aerial phenomena. The rebranding was carried out to reduce unhealthy public enthusiasm and to remove the stigma that the term UFO carried, to encourage pilots to report their sightings and scientists to study them.
(But UFO was, albeit a hackneyed term, but rather broad, including not only objects, but, possibly, other civilizations behind them.)
In recent years, thousands of once secret documents have entered the public and scientific circulation, containing information not only about UFOs and investigations of related incidents, but also representatives of extraterrestrial civilizations behind them. Numerous testimonies have emerged not only from witnesses, but also from participants in the events associated with UFO research and reverse engineering programs, as a result of which, presumably, new devices and systems, including military ones, have been created.
The report did little. Rather, he did nothing to confirm or disprove their theory.
The document is available.
Its summary and ratings
The government still lacks an explanation for the dozens of unidentified aerial events recorded over nearly two decades and investigated by the Pentagon's task force - a result that likely fuels theories of otherworldly visits.
That is, the National Intelligence did not cope with the task.
A total of 143 reports collected since 2004 remain unexplained, according to a document released by the Office of National Intelligence.
(Moreover, the entire previous 50-year story contacts with UFOs and their teams, from Roswell to the early 21st century, were excluded from consideration, and not a word was said about her assessment in the report).
Officials stated that “they reviewed 144 unexplained incidents and were able to classify only one". Failure to advance in any of the other directions is a reflection of a lack of data, but also a lack of scientific capacity to study this issue.
No evidence has been found that any of the episodes are related to secret American weapons programs, unknown technologies from Russia or China, or alien visits. But in the government report, these explanations are not excluded.
Although the UAPTF and the Office of National Intelligence claim to have drafted this report with data from: DIA, FBI, NRO, NGA, NSA, Air Force, Army, Navy, Navy, ONI, DARPA, FAA, NOAA, NGA ... in fact the reports of these organizations and their findings were ignored.
As well as the main part of the questions posed.
The Senate instruction contains specific instructions to include in the report:
1. Detailed analysis of UAP data and intelligence reports collected or stored by the Office of Naval Intelligence, including data and intelligence reports held by the UAPTF;
2. Detailed analysis of data on unidentified phenomena;
3. Detailed analysis of FBI data that has been obtained from investigations of UAP data intrusions into restricted US airspace;
4. A detailed description of the interagency process to ensure timely data collection and centralized analysis of all UAP reporting to the federal government, regardless of which service or agency the information was obtained by;
5. Determination of the official responsible for the process described in paragraph 4;
6. Identifying potential aerospace or other threats posed by the UAP to national security, and assessing whether this UAP activity can be attributed to one or more foreign adversaries;
7. Identification of any incidents or patterns that indicate a potential adversary that has a breakthrough aerospace capability capable of endangering strategic or conventional US forces;
8. Recommendations for expanding data collection, expanding research and development, additional funding and other resources.
In fact, only one position is intelligibly presented - the very last one.
Additionally, government officials outlined a plan to develop a better surveillance and data collection program for future unexplained events.
There is too little data available to draw conclusions about many episodes, officials said.
Government officials were reluctant to acknowledge the possibility that the phenomenon could have been extraterrestrial vehicles, suggesting how unlikely they believe this explanation is.
There was no conclusive evidence in the report that unexplained phenomena were related to alien spacecraft.but since the government has not provided an explanation for so many episodes, the new report will surely fuel the enthusiasm of those who believe it is possible.
Unexplained incidents include three videos of aerial phenomena taken by the US Navy and witnessed by pilots in recent years.
The new report outlines five categories of possible explanations for this phenomenon:
• secret technology developed by an opposing power such as Russia and China
• secret advanced American technology
• natural phenomenon
• "disturbances in the air" such as weather balloons and traps that have gone astray
This latter group may include alien technology.
At the same time, according to a senior government official, officials have no indication that objects that are part of a foreign intelligence gathering program or a significant technological achievement of a potential adversary have been found in unexplained incidents.
They also cannot confirm that any of these incidents are part of a US government or defense industry program, the senior official said.
The report avoids any real discussion of the possibility of an unexplained extraterrestrial phenomenon. According to another government official, the goal of the government task force was not to search for extraterrestrial life, “responsibility for which lies with NASA.»
The government intends to brief Congress within 90 days of efforts to develop an improved collection strategy and what officials call a technical roadmap for developing technologies to better monitor the phenomena, senior government officials told reporters.
Officials have stated that they will provide policymakers with periodic updates to this Review.
First comments from the American media:
In anticipation of the release of the US Report, we began to analyze numerous documents and evidence, mostly from the US government and intelligence community.
These testimonies are published in the Military Review in the Opinions section.
Four articles have already been published:
25.06.2021/XNUMX/XNUMX UFO disclosure. Top disclosure fighter on RT
22.06.2021/XNUMX/XNUMX UFO disclosure. From under the veil of secrecy
21.06.2021/XNUMX/XNUMX UFO disclosure. From denial to understanding
17.06.2021/XNUMX/XNUMX UFO disclosure. The main question of humanity
There will be more.
The next one is "On the history of UFO interaction with nuclear facilities and weapons and possible related threats."
The author promised that "our report" will be more complete and objective than the one presented today by the US national intelligence.
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