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UAP Report: AARO says it has no evidence of alleged coverup

  

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Via:  john-russell  •  one month ago  •  2 comments

By:   Ross Coulthart and Thomas Burr (NewsNation)

UAP Report: AARO says it has no evidence of alleged coverup
A report by the Department of Defense office tasked with investigating UAP sightings - ""Investigative efforts determined that most sightings were the result of misidentification of ordinary objects and phenomena,""

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(NewsNation) — A report by the Department of Defense office tasked with investigating Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena says it does not have empirical evidence that UFO sightings were not properly reported to Congress.

"Investigative efforts determined that most sightings were the result of misidentification of ordinary objects and phenomena," the report released Friday said. "Although many UAP reports remain unsolved, AARO assesses that if additional, quality data were available, most of these cases also could be identified and resolved as ordinary objects or phenomena."

NewsNation's Ross Coulthart interviewed career intelligence official David Grusch last summer, during which he alleged the U.S. government has secretly been in possession of nonhuman spacecraft. Earlier this week, Coulthart said on "Elizabeth Vargas Reports" that the Pentagon and AARO hosted a briefing with media outlets, though NewsNation was not invited to attend.

To date, AARO has found no verifiable evidence for claims that the U.S. government and private companies have access to, or have been reverse-engineering extraterrestrial technology, Pentagon Press Secretary Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder said in a statement.

A review of the federal government's record regarding UAPs is required by the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023.

Ryder said that the AARO reviewed all official U.S government investigatory efforts since 1945, researched classified and unclassified archives, conducted dozens of interviews, and partnered with Intelligence Community and Defense officials in its investigation.

"AARO has approached this project with the widest possible aperture, thoroughly investigating these assertions and claims without any particular pre-conceived conclusion or hypothesis," Ryder said. "AARO is committed to reaching conclusions based on verifiable evidence. As AARO has said before, they will follow the evidence where it leads, wherever it leads."

Still, the report acknowledged that many people "sincerely hold" beliefs about UFOs that are based on "their perception of past experiences, the experiences of others whom they trust, or media and online outlets they believe to be sources of credible and verifiable information."

"The goal of this report is not to prove or disprove any particular belief set, but rather to use a rigorous analytic and scientific approach to investigate past USG-sponsored UAP investigation efforts and the claims made by interviewees that the USG and various contractors have recovered and are hiding off-world technology and biological material," the report said.

Rep. Tim Burchett, R-TN., criticized the report's findings on X.

"So the people doing the cover up of #ufo#uap say they find no cover up," Burchett said. "Classic self-fulfilled prophesy."

This story is developing. Refresh for updates.

Read the full report here:

Historical Record Report Volume 1 March 8 2024 by mhobenexstar on Scribd


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the report acknowledged that many people "sincerely hold" beliefs about UFOs that are based on "their perception of past experiences, the experiences of others whom they trust, or media and online outlets they believe to be sources of credible and verifiable information." "The goal of this report is not to prove or disprove any particular belief set, but rather to use a rigorous analytic and scientific approach to investigate past USG-sponsored UAP investigation efforts and the claims made by interviewees that the USG and various contractors have recovered and are hiding off-world technology and biological material," the report said.
 
 

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