The government’s term for UFOs is Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena(UAPs), and on Thursday the Pentagon announced the creation of a new website with the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) that would give the public access to unclassified material regarding this phenomenon.
Pentagon spokesperson Brigadier General Patrick Ryder said at a press conference that the new website will give users access to details on completed UAP cases, including videos and images, as soon as they are declassified and approved for public use.
The general also promised studies, trends, a frequently asked questions area, links to official reports, transcripts, press releases, and other materials the general public could find helpful. The website, he continued, will act as a “one-stop” shop for all publicly accessible information, and AARO will routinely update it with its most recent results as soon as new information is made available for public viewing.
You can reach the new website at aaro.mil. The disclosure comes just after six members of Congress demanded information from the intelligence community regarding purported covert initiatives to recover crashed UFOs and develop their technology.
Insights from the UFO Whistleblower
During the House Oversight Committee hearing on July 26, UFO whistleblower David Grusch made references to both programs while testifying under oath about alleged decades-long government secrecy surrounding UFOs and UAPs.Because he is the subject of an ongoing whistleblower retaliation action, Grusch abstained from providing any additional information during a public hearing.
The government “absolutely” has had UFO tech and “biologics” of “non-human origins” since the 1930s and knows the exact places where they are being housed, according to Grusch, who said during the hearing that he knows colleagues who were hurt while reverse-engineering UFO tech. At the hearing, Grusch stated that he can give specifics in a confidential setting.
During the hearing on July 26, Ryan Graves, a decorated military pilot, and David Fravor also provided firsthand details of their experiences with UAPs while they were in the air.
Fravor was one of the three main witnesses who testified. During a training flight in 2004, Fravor—a retired squad captain of the Black Aces and 18-year Navy veteran—found what has come to be known as the “Tic Tac UFO”
Source: Fox News