It turns out that the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) is still not only up and running, it is also collecting UFO reports from military sources “almost daily”, according to KLAS-TV investigative reporter and Peabody Award recipient George Knapp. And the military’s involvement with the UAP phenomenon may
In response to a series of anomalous encounters involving carrier strike groups and secure facilities, the Unites States Navy is drafting guidelines that will enable its personnel to report encounters with unidentified flying objects, in a move intended to create a formalized process that will collect, analyze, and ultimately destigmatize,
Former Nevada Senator Harry Reid is once again making a case for the US government to renew its studies into the phenomenon of Unidentified Flying Objects. Reid was part of a group that procured funding for the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), a program that investigated anomalous aerial phenomenon between
Dr. Diana Pasulka, the Chairman of the Department of Religion at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, has written one of the most extraordinary and important UFO books that has ever been published. She had unprecedented access to two people who work on UFO related projects, and brings what she learned about their work with things like highly unusual materials to the public for the first time.