One of the biggest questions regarding the U.S. Navy's recent disclosures regarding strange encounters with supposedly unidentified flying craft is why are we only hearing about this highly concerning phenomenon from just one By Tyler RogowayThe War Zone3-23-20 service? A fact that isn't commonly understood is that it is not the Navy's job…

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The Pentagon UFO Program’s Secret Partner

     The Pentagon’s UFO program was exposed on December 16, 2017, but details of substance have been very slow in surfacing. The exposure of the project has been a tremendous boost for the UFO topic, putting it back in mainstream conversations as a serious subject, for the first time in years. However, the lack…

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6 views   0 likes   0 dislikes   Channel: Conspiracy Theories Exposed   Current Events USA Pentagon Military UFO sightings verified Breaking News June 2019 News Video length: 5:14 Category: People & Blogs 1 comments * This article was originally published here

Ripping Open the Pentagon’s Secret UFO Program

Inside the Pentagon's Secret UFO Program The government can’t keep its story straight about its involvement with UFO research. After a yearlong investigation, we bust open the files, break through the noise, and reveal the definitive, staggering truth. […]      Now, after two years of scant details and a myriad of contradictory statements, Popular…

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     In December of 2019, The Black Vault broke the story that the Pentagon was amending their previous statements about the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, and their admission it studied “unidentified aerial phenomena” or UAPs. This was originally broken by the NY Post in May of 2019. Although controversial, on the night of…

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“Neither AATIP nor AAWSAP were UAP related,” said Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough in an e-mail to The Black Vault.      The Pentagon has recently opened up to The Black Vault about the rumored “secret UFO Program,” known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program or AATIP. By John GreenewaldThe Black Vault12-6-19 On December 16,…

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     Former Nevada Senator Harry Reid says he’s enthusiastic about reaction to a once-secret study of UFOs that Reid and congressional colleagues authorized more than a decade ago. By George Knappwww.8newsnow.com11-1-19 The last two years have seen an explosion of interest in UFOs among mainstream media, but there’s been push back from conspiracy enthusiasts,…

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DIA Withheld AAWSAP Contract Awarded to BAASS in 2011 FOIA Response      An FOIA request filed in 2009 did not obtain significant details that sought documents pertaining to a 2008 Defense Intelligence Agency Advanced Aerospace Weapons System Application Program contract, according to a more recent DIA FOIA response. However, enough information was released to…

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The Story of The Millennia      Our readers here, and those who pay attention to UFO matters in general are certainly aware of the headline making news regarding the formerly, secret Pentagon UFO program, designated the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP). At the same time, most are also aware of the controversy surrounding…

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42401 views   708 likes   23 dislikes   Channel: New York Post   While researching our upcoming UFO series ‘The Basement Office’, the New York Post encountered a new and shocking revelation: the Pentagon admitted their secret program known as AATIP (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program) pursued research into unidentified aerial phenomena aka unidentified…

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