Proof aliens exist? Federal agencies must now deliver all UFO reports for public


Federal agencies have until October 20th to deliver every document, audio and video they have about UFOs to the US government for distribution to the public.

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) issued the instructions this month — putting into action the UFO disclosure amendment to the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), as signed into law last December.

The guidelines reveal the latest strategy to compel unwilling parts of the US military and the intelligence community into revealing everything they know about the mysterious airborne events, now called Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). 

The move comes two months after the Pentagon‘s UFO office issued a controversial report to Congress, claiming it ‘found no verifiable evidence that the US government or private industry has ever had access to extraterrestrial technology.’

The US National Archives is demanding all UFO records by October 20th, 2024. Above, the US Air Force once made public this image of a 1972 Viking space probe awaiting recovery at the White Sands Missile Range near Roswell to explain the 1947 Roswell UFO crash 25 years prior

The US National Archives is demanding all UFO records by October 20th, 2024. Above, the US Air Force once made public this image of a 1972 Viking space probe awaiting recovery at the White Sands Missile Range near Roswell to explain the 1947 Roswell UFO crash 25 years prior

Above, 'Archives II,' the National Archives facility in College Park, Maryland which houses the most contemporary government documents available to scholars and the public. The newly demanded UFO records will be available here as well as online via a digital database

Above, ‘Archives II,’ the National Archives facility in College Park, Maryland which houses the most contemporary government documents available to scholars and the public. The newly demanded UFO records will be available here as well as online via a digital database

NARA archivists have issued guidelines mandating that all UFO or UAP documents be delivered in electronic formats with detailed metadata for inclusion a new searchable database to be made available to the public. 

The database will include classified material that the NARA will store independently, safe keeping the records until they can be declassified for the public.

NARA’s guidelines make it clear that all government agencies are required label their records with each file’s ‘official security status’ and any ‘special controls’ including ‘special compartmented information’ (SCI) and ‘special access programs’ (SAP).

Every federal agency, including branches of the US military and the intelligence community, like the CIA, are also required to explain to NARA and the public why certain UFO documents qualify as ‘exempt’ from disclosure under the new law. 

‘If Released in Part or Withheld in Full,’ the NARA guideline advisory posting stated, ‘cite the specific grounds for postponement in section 1843 of the NDAA.’

The archives added that these agencies must adhere to either these provisions in the new UFO disclosure amendment of the 2024 NDAA or to the provisions ‘outlined in Executive Order 13526.’

The order, put into effect by President Barack Obama in 2009, states that all classified material over 25-years old will be up for ‘automatic declassification.’ 

In the late 1990s, the US Air Force also pointed to this aeroshell from a 1967 NASA Voyager-Mars space probe (above) as an explanation for the 1947 Roswell UFO crash, two decades prior

In the late 1990s, the US Air Force also pointed to this aeroshell from a 1967 NASA Voyager-Mars space probe (above) as an explanation for the 1947 Roswell UFO crash, two decades prior

Members of both houses of Congress expressed frustration over the watered-down nature of the UFO disclosure amendment signed into law with the 2024 NDAA.

‘We got ripped off. We got completely hosed. They stripped out every part,’ said Representative Tim Burchett, one of the lawmakers behind the act. 

And, unpersuaded by the Pentagon’s latest UFO report this past March, members of the House Oversight committee in Congress have recently said that they are preparing two new public hearings on UFOs to keep the pressure on. 

‘We don’t have the facts yet,’ as Republican congressman Representative Glenn Grothman explained to reporter with Ask a Pol late last month.

One of these hearings, according to Rep. Anna Paulina Luna, will focus on undersea cases of unknown craft, known as Unidentified Submerged Objects (USOs).

‘We’re working on doing something with USO,’ Rep. Luna said this May, ‘we’re talking to some people.’



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