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Blink-182 and founder of a UFO hunting group and clinches a deal with the Army, in order to study the ‘exotic materials’

to connectVideoUFO videos to be released by former Blink-182 singer has been recognized as a “real” non-identified articles through the U.S. department of the Navy

The three videos, which were originally issued by the former Blink-182 singer, Tom DeLonge, and was published by the New York Times, imagine a pilot encounters with Ufos, on Feb. 14, 2004, and Jan. 21, 2015.

After the U.S. Navy’s recognition of the fact that the UFO videos that were released by former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge of truly “unidentified” objects, ” the U.S. Army has signed a deal with DeLonge’s To The Stars of the Academy is to examine the claims of an alien “research.”

According to a release announcing the partnership, TTSA, the technology-based solutions that take advantage of the latest developments in the materials, the space-time metric engineering, quantum physics, beamed energy propulsion, and cloak, and have the potential to improve the viability and effectiveness of the several Military systems.”

TTSA, which was co-founded by DeLonge, formerly of NASA, and the us Department of Defence as an advisor, Harold Puthoff, former CIA agent, Jim Semivan, it will be “the sharing of the discoveries,” the Army’s Ground Vehicle System Center of Mass a Vehicle for Continuity and security. The camp will provide TTSA laboratories, know-how, and other types of support and resources.

Tom DeLonge of Blink-182 at KROQ Acoustic Xmas Show at Anaheim Pond in Los Angeles, California, usa. (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)

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“Our partnership with TTSA serves as an exciting, non-traditional source of new materials, and the transformative power of technologies for the improvement of our military-ground-based system of opportunities,” said Joseph Cannon, U.S. Army, Futures Contract, in the statement. “The Army’s Ground Vehicle Systems’ Center, and we look forward to this partnership and the technological innovations are to be expected.”

A TTSA spokesman, told The New York Times in September that it will “definitely” have obtained “an exotic material, with samples of Ufo’s,” but no further details were given in the course of time.

(L to R): Mark Hoppus, Dennis Rodman, Tom DeLonge, and Travis Barker at KROQ Weenie Roast way back in 1999. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)

In July, the TTSA tweeted it had acquired “the potential of exotic materials with properties that are not known to be existing military or commercial applications.”

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The contract, which lasts for five years, and was first published by The Black Vault, a website dedicated to the release of the documents from the government. It can be read in its entirety here.

“This cooperative research agreement will add an additional and critically important expertise that’s needed in order to advance the state-of-the-art in both our near and long-term technological areas of study, Steve Justice, the TTSA’s, COO and the Aerospace Division Director, added in a statement. “While the Military has its own military performance, interest in research, a lot of the work that is to be expected a dual-use application for the support of the TTSA and the path to commercialization, and public benefit mission.”

Prior to his involvement with the TTSA, DeLonge is best-known for being involved in the punk rock band, Blink 182. However, he quit the band in 2015 and it began with the TTSA, with the mission of “the promotion of our current understanding of scientific phenomena and technical issues,” according to its web site.

Recently, he has executive-produced a show on the History channel called ” the Unknown: Inside America’s UFO Research,” and wrote an op-ed in Newsweek about why he believes that alien life must exist. In the op-ed, he referred to Timothy Good’s book “Above Top Secret.”

“The reading of this book, I thought that the idea of E. T. and the unknown-flying vehicles were limited to the realm of science fiction, which I always like as a child,” Delonge wrote. “You know, I had no idea that these trades were real, and in fact, it is the interaction with a nuclear rocket, NASA’s missions and the facilities, astronauts, and even the citizens.”

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Fox News’ Jessica in Rome contributed to this report.

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