Secretive Multimillion Program, Glowing Aura, Pentagon Confirms Its Obsession With UFOs
18 December, 2017, 03:49 | Author: Marjorie Miles
The program yielded documents describing sightings of unidentified flying aircraft that apparently moved very fast with no visible sign of propulsion or hovered with no apparent means of lift, the Times said.
As it turns out, the Pentagon and the U.S. Military have spent millions of dollars on a program to investigate the UFO phenomenon.
The program has countless videos of UFO encounters by military personnel, as well as interview about firsthand accounts, physiological studies of those who've come into contact with unusual crafts, and possibly even samples of odd technology.
The Department of Defence said in a statement that the program had ended in 2012.
The former director of the program told the paper that he worked with officials from the Navy and Central Intelligence Agency from his office in the Pentagon until this past October, when he resigned in protest. In his resignation letter to Defense Secretary, Elizondo questioned why the Pentagon was not "spending more time and effort on this issue", the Times reported.
Bigelow Airspace used the money to build a warehouse in Nevada to store unidentified artifacts obtained from UFOs, as well as compile witness accounts. "Stevens knows about it, Inouye knows about it".
From 2008 to 2011, Bigelow Aerospace landed almost $22 million for Congress for the purposes of its extensive research and evaluating threats coming from the objects, according to the contracts cited by the paper. In 1947, the US Air Force began probing more than 12,000 UFO sightings before it was officially ended in 1969.
Program officials also examined video of encounters between unknown objects and United States military aircraft. As the pilots attempted to chase the aircraft it turned toward to the jets only to take a position behind them in a few moments in what Mellon called "a series tumbling maneuvers that seem to defy the laws of physics". He's gone on to work on privately funded UFO research projects.
The New York Times says documents from the operation describe odd speeding aircraft and hovering objects.
Speaking at the conference in October, Elizondo told the public that during the years of managing the program he became convinced that "the [UFO] phenomena is indeed real".
"If you've talked to Harry Reid for 60 seconds then it's the least surprising thing ever that he loves UFOs and got an earmark to study them", former Reid spokeswoman Kristen Orthman said in a message on Twitter. "I think it's one of the good things I did in my congressional service".
However, a former staffer working with Reid told Politico that the program failed to find "anything of substance", but bore "reams of paperwork" instead.
Defense officials who had never confirmed that the program existed up until now, said it was shut down in 2012.
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