1 views   1 likes   0 dislikes   Channel: QueenBeeBrightly   Overview of what is going on with the public disclosure process regarding UAPs, the Navy and the lead up to 2020. Plus "Tards" on the moon! Had fun making this and uploading it just after midnight. Contact email is Qbitbee@protonmail.com. Here is a…

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How U.F.O.s ‘Exploded’ Into Public View

     In the early morning of July 20, 1952, Capt. S.C. “Casey” Pierman was ready for takeoff at Washington National Airport, when a bright light skimmed the horizon and disappeared. He did not think much of it until he was airborne, bound for Detroit, By Laura M. HolsonThe New York Times8-3-2018 and an air…

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Wicked Webs: Media Portrayal of Tall Tales, TTSA and Luis Elizondo    Cooper    Blumenthal    Kean      In the much celebrated Dec. 16, 2017 story at the New York Times, authors Helene Cooper, Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean wrote about the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, or what was later identified as the…

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     The U.S. Navy has drafted a procedure to investigate and catalogue reports of unidentified flying objects coming in from its pilots. But the service doesn’t expect to make the information public, citing privileged and classified reporting that is typically included in such files. By Paul SonneThe Washington Post5-1-19 […] Continue Reading ► See…

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     Former Nevada Senator Harry Reid is continuing to make the case for renewed studies into the UFO mystery. Back in 2007, Reid and a few senate colleagues sponsored a By George Knappwww.lasvegasnow.com2-27-19 secret Pentagon program that investigated mystery aircraft and related phenomena. The program was based in southern Nevada, but that effort ended…

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