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Leaked files expose Pentagon's UFO program

Posted on Sunday, 16 February, 2020 | Comment icon 5 comments

What 'exotic propulsion systems' did the Pentagon work on ? Image Credit: YouTube / Northrop Grumman
New details have been revealed about the Pentagon's research into exotic propulsion systems and UFOs.
Interest in the government's role in investigating unidentified aerial phenomena received a huge boost back in 2017 when it was revealed that the Pentagon had been running a secretive $22M project known as the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program.

The revelation was unexpected, especially given that the last official government investigation into the UFO phenomenon - Project Blue Book - ended over 50 years ago.

Two months ago however, Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough threw a spanner in the works by telling Black Vault founder John Greenewald Jr. that AATIP didn't have anything to do with UFOs.

Now though, Popular Mechanics journalist Tim McMillan has further lifted the lid on the Pentagon's activities thanks to newly released documents from Bigelow Aerospace's exotic science division.

These files suggest that AATIP actually did investigate unidentified aerial phenomena and that it even looked into the effects of exposure to "anomalous vehicles" and "exotic" propulsion systems.
"What can not be overly emphasized, is that when one looks at the literature of anomalous cases, including UFO claims from the most reliable sources, the extent and degree of acute high but not necessarily chronic low-level injuries are consistent across patients who are injured, compared to witnesses in the far-field, who are not," the report reads.

In another Bigelow Aerospace document from 2009, there are even more references to sightings of unidentified flying objects and the effects of such encounters on biological organisms.

The investigators reportedly requested documents from the US Air Force's Project Blue Book and there are references to specific UFO cases, including one at a nuclear weapons facility.

The report even refers to Utah's Skinwalker Ranch as "a possible laboratory for studying other intelligences and possible interdimensional phenomena."

The original Popular Mechanics piece can be found - here.

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Not A Rockstar on 15 February, 2020, 21:23
I am skimming it now, and we have those Navy films of UAPs, a Skinwalker Ranch story or two, more breathless innuendos and inferences about tons of unnamed people and agencies vaguely confirming that the govt is interested in UFOs (naturally, they would be, though what a UFO is is the question).  There is this co named Bigelow that has on its own a large collated database of UAP and paranormal reports (like Skinwalker Ranch) which is contracted to also report on UAP to DIA supposedly. DIA supposedly states it is interested in them as foreign technology (IE made by rival Earthbound govts), but,... [More]
Comment icon #2 Posted by Hazzard on 17 February, 2020, 11:58
Let me guess... Absolutely zero stuff of interest?!
Comment icon #3 Posted by llegendary on 19 February, 2020, 4:55
This has fraud and money laundering written all over it.
Comment icon #4 Posted by drakonwick on 19 February, 2020, 6:49
You have released too much info and been red flagged now! Accidental death is imminent. lol
Comment icon #5 Posted by Varelse on 20 February, 2020, 3:19
and Catch 22 on the FOIA. Letting them our adversaries know what we may or may not know about UAP gets figured in.  But publically and privately we've been trying to find a better way to power flight since the jet engine was invented. `

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