The Pentagon’s UAP Task Force

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  1. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    The Pentagon’s UAP Task Force

    Mideast Security and Policy Studies Paper #183

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

    In June 2020, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence unveiled the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) at the Office of Naval Intelligence—a successor to the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP). This paper dives down the rabbit hole with Defense Department insiders, scientists, and declassified material to find answers to a host of questions: Are mystery craft near-peer adversary platforms or exotic US platforms? What is the technology behind them? What kind of threat do they pose? What are the geostrategic implications? And what are we not being told?

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  2. Thomas R. Morrison

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    I can't believe they devoted that many pages to Jack Sarfatti's zany ideas, which can't even pass the peer-review process for publication. That author should just give him a private tongue bath to spare the rest of us from having to read about it. I think I'll print up some hard copies for kindling this winter.
     
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  3. nivek

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    Here's some commentary to listen while you stoke that fire lol...

     
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  4. Dean

    Dean Adept Dabbler

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    CONGRESSIONAL UPDATE (Dec. 12, 2020): There has been considerable interest among the UAP-minded in a directive proposed in June 2020 by the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI), instructing the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) to produce a non-classified report on UAP within 6 months of (hoped for) enactment of the bill to which the directive was linked, the Intelligence Authorization Act (IAA).

    However, as the 116th Congress enters its closing days, prospects for enactment of the IAA now appear to be slim. If the bill is not enacted, the SSCI's directive will have less force. However, this does not mean that the SSCI lacks resources to pursue the UAP issue, if it wishes to do so, during the new Congress that convenes on January 3, 2021.

    On Dec. 12, 2020, I posted an extended update on my Twitter account (@ddeanjohnson), explaining what has been happening with the SSCI's UAP proposal, including a July video clip of Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL.), acting SSCI chair, discussing the proposal. Those so inclined can access this tweet-chain update by clicking on the link below, and then on the link labeled "Show this thread." It is NOT necessary for you to have a Twitter account to read tweet-chains.

     
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  5. 1963

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  6. pigfarmer

    pigfarmer tall, thin, irritable

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    It's the Russians. That's about what he's been saying these past few years.
     

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