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By 2019, it was a great year for UFO’s to cover, from the Navy of the united states to recognize, for the first time, the leaked videos, it’s really had to go to the past and the present politicians are weighing in on what the military knows it, and it was a wave of people trying to storm Area 51.”
No one can say for sure if life exists outside this planet, but in the general interest levels in the subject, and have probably never been higher.
THE FIRST QUARTER OF
January saw the release of the newly-released documents from the Pentagon, which revealed that the Department of Defense funded projects that investigated Ufos, black holes, alternate dimensions, and a host of other issues that are often the objects of the conspiracy theorists.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) released a 38 investigation of the titles on the Jan. 18, in response to a freedom of information act request from Steven Aftergood, director of the Federation of American Scientists’ Project on Government Secrecy. The research was funded by the Department of Defense under its Advanced air-to-air, and Space Threat Identification Programme (AATIP).
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The existence of the AATIP) was originally described by The New York Times, and Politico in march of 2017. It was then reported by Fox News and several other news outlets that the Pentagon had secretly set up a program to investigate Ufos on a request from former Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev.
A spokesman for the Pentagon said that the space program was shut down in 2012, while The New York Times said the Ministry of Defence is still investigating a possible series of unidentified flying objects.
THE SECOND QUARTER
A few months later, the U.S. Navy announced that it was drafting new regulations for the pilots and other employees, to report, to meet up with an “unidentified aircraft.”
“There have been a number of reports of unauthorized and/or unidentified aircraft entering from a number of military-controlled to reach the designated air-space over the past few years,” the Navy said in April in a statement to the Politicians, who are the first to report the move.
“To ensure the safety and security of the Navy and the [U.s. Air Force] will take these reports seriously and will investigate each report.”
As part of this effort,” he told Politico, “the Navy has been upgrading and formalizing the process by which the report of such suspected attacks that can be made to the relevant authorities on the extent. New to the fleet, which will detail all the steps of the report is in the draft.”
The Navy also said that it will take a more pro-active approach to the briefing of lawmakers, including several senators, who were briefed in June and July.
A month later, the Pentagon admitted that it was still investigating Ufos, as a part of the AATIP.
“The Department of Defense has always been concerned about the preservation of the positive identification of all aircraft in our operating environment, as well as the identification of any foreign power that might pose a threat to the” homeland,” the spokesman, Christopher, Sherwood, told the New York Post in mid-May. “The department will continue to investigate, through the normal procedures, and the reports of a unidentified aircraft, experienced military pilots from the US, in order to provide for the defense of the homeland, and to protect against strategic surprise by our nation’s enemies.”
A former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Christopher, Mellon told Fox & Friends in May, the Navy has a right to be concerned about the strange readings.
“We know that Ufo’s exist. This is no longer an issue,” said Mellon, who has written on the subject of, and is associated with the History Channel’s series, “the Unknown,” in the course of time. “The problem is, why are they here?” So, where do they come from, and what is the technology behind these devices is that we can see?”
There is some evidence, Mellon said, is that the objects reported by Naval pilots in 2014 and 2015, and will be listed on the New York Times, and in order to do things that are not possible in the physical world.
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The rates that have been reported, approximately 5,000 miles per hour according to Melon, were only lasting for about an hour a plane is in the air, and objects that might fly around in a circle all day long, the driver said.
“The pilots and the observations of the craft were absolutely flabbergasted, and this is clearly reflected in their public statements,” Mellon continued.
In June, 2019 at the latest, Reed, now retired, has expressed his wish for lawmakers to hold a public hearing on what the military knows.
“They would be amazed at how the American public would accept it,” he said in an extensive interview with a Nevada radio station. “The people of the individual states would have to accept it.”
THE THIRD QUARTER
What started off as an internet hoax, in July, to see “aliens,” is converted into the high-profile Storm Area 51″ event in September.
Even though more than 2 million people have signed up on Facebook to say that she would be taking part in the viral phenomenon, an event, a motley group of about 100 “alien chasers” arrived at the back gate of the forbidden site, in the beginning of Sept. 20, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Only a few people have been arrested, Fox News has previously reported.
People came from all over the united states to attend this viral event led to a concern about the safety and security, and has garnered worldwide attention.
“We have the figure of Mars needs women, and so, here we are, and if they want to beam us up,” one woman told Fox News at the end of September.
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THE FOURTH QUARTER OF
Americans are said to be in September, a new poll from Gallup, they are becoming increasingly skeptical that the government knows more than it’s letting on when it comes to Ufo’s, and an ex-punk rocker, it may be the one who will open the proverbial pandora’s box.
A spokesman for the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences (TTSA), co-founded by former Blink-182 singer, Tom DeLonge, 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.
Later that month, the u.s. Navy has also recognized that the UFO videos that were released by former Blink-182 singer, Tom DeLonge, and was published by The New York Times, are real unidentified objects.
“The Navy is of the opinion that the phenomena can be included/shown in these three videos, if not identified,” a Navy spokesman, Joseph Gradisher said The Black Vault, a website dedicated to the release of the documents from the government.
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Gradisher added to the ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena’ language, because it provides the basic descriptor to the observations/comments from an unauthorized/unidentified aircraft or objects that have been observed entering/operating within the airspace of the various military-based training to make that happen.”
The video in question, known as the “FLIR1,” “A,” and “GoFast,” was originally released on the ” New York Times, and the TTSA.
The first video of the unidentified object which was taken on Nov. 14, 2004, and shot to death by an F-18’s gun camera. The second video was taken on Jan. 21, 2015, and will give a different antenna of the vehicle with the pilots, commenting on how unusual it is. In the third video, also taken on Jan. 21, 2015, however, it is unclear as to whether the third video of the same object or a different one.
In the TTSA, a deal was signed with the united states Army, to examine the claims of an alien “research.”
In November, the release of an explosive report, the role of the “unknown persons,” said several Navy officers who were witness to the 2004 event, also known as the USS Nimitz, UFO incident, to remove the evidence.
Earlier this month, Chris Rutkowski, a Canadian science writer, and ufologist, donated his collection of over 20,000 UFO reports filed in the last three decades, and 10,000 of UFO-related documents from the Canadian government, including the so-called the Falcon Lake incident is, that, Rutkowski said, “beats, and even Roswell.”
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