There are only six cases in which nuclear materials were involved in the retrieval of unidentified space vehicles of which US intelligence can vouch for that could present foreseeable problems. The most serious are contamination exposure, and collateral damage inflicted on unsuspecting elements of the population. The less serious involve panic and false rumors of a Soviet sneak attack. It is almost certain that a crashed nuclear-powered UFO on Soviet territory could generate misguided suspicions and trigger a retaliatory attack on the United States or its allies within 30 minutes of detection. UMBRA Document.
Crash Document. Link.
The headline could not have been more 2020. Ok, maybe: MURDER HORNETS INVADE METH LAB, DECIDE TO RETHINK CAREER CHOICES, but the year isn't over. PENTAGONS TOP SECRET UFO UNIT WILL BRIEF SENATE AS OFF WORLD VEHICLES FOUND
The venerated Old Grey Lady, the freakin' New York Times, carried the story, only with a more staid headline.
No Longer in Shadows, Pentagon's U.F.O. Unit Will Make Some Findings Public Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Keane. New York Times. 28 July 2020. Section A. Page 2. "Mr. Davis, (Eric Davis), who now works for Aerospace Corporation, a defense contractor, said he gave a classified briefing to a Defense Department agency as recently as March about retrievals from "off -world vehicles not made on this earth." Let that last quote work its way through your mind/brain and settle into the comfy couch of your brain pan. Eric Davis, Eric W. Davis, an astrophysicist who worked as a subcontractor and then a consultant for the Pentagon U.F.O. program since 2007, stated on the record, to the freakin' New York Times, about retrievals from "off -world vehicles not made on this earth." "Reid (Harry Reid, recently portrayed on the X Files texting Agent Mulder), the former Democratic senator from Nevada who pushed for funding the earlier U.F.O. program when he was the majority leader, said he believed that crashes of objects of unknown origin may have occurred and that retrieved materials should be studied." In an earlier version of the Times article Mr. Reid was less equivocal in his language. "Talking about ...objects of unknown origin," the Times story had Reid saying that "crashes had occurred" and that "retrieved materials had been studied secretly for decades." What?! It's all true? Roswell?
But a correction on the Times website quickly followed: "An earlier version of this article inaccurately rendered remarks attributed to Harry Reid, the retired Senate majority leader from Nevada. Mr. Reid said he believed that crashes of objects of unknown origin may have occurred and that retrieved materials should be studied; he did not say that crashes had occurred and that retrieved materials had been studied secretly for decades." ValleyPress.com. William Warford.
Why did the Times bury the lede concerning recovered off-world vehicles? Must be the wisdom of age. The standard operating procedure of the US government since the Roswell Event has been to offer a juicy carrot (Flying Disk Recovered on Ranch), only to immediately retract said carrot (Ramey Empties Saucer Rumors), allowing the skeptics among us to bash the more credulous folk and giving officials plausible deniability. Since this is routine in all UFO cases it must be by design. Information is released into the public domain through a reliable source, allowing the Invisible College of researchers to dig up whatever they may, effectively ensuring we all work for Uncle Sam, free of charge. Considering the fact that none of us got into this business to cash in, the researchers get the better part of the deal, aside from the ridicule from friends and colleagues who can't believe we take flying saucers seriously. "But our latest article provided a more daunting set of challenges, since we dealt with the possible existence of retrieved materials from U.F.O.s. Going from data on a distant object in the sky to the possession of a retrieved one on the ground makes a leap that many find hard to accept and that clearly demands extraordinary evidence. Numerous associates of the Pentagon program, with high security clearances and decades of involvement with official U.F.O. investigations, told us they were convinced such crashes have occurred, based on their access to classified information. But the retrieved materials themselves, and any data about them, are completely off-limits to anyone without clearances and a need to know." NYT.
The following document is the House of Representatives, Committee on Armed Services, Summary of Progress of Specific Studies and Investigations for March of 2020. This document reveals that on March 11th, 2020, the full Committee received a classified briefing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena or UAPs. Thanks to The Black Vault
House of Representatives Committee on Armed Services Summary of Progress of Specific Studies and Investigations March 2020. Full Committee Progress March 3rd, the full committee met to receive testimony on the Fiscal Year 2021 National Defense Authorization Budget Request for the Department of the Army. March 4th, the full committee met to receive testimony on the Fiscal Year 2021 National Defense Authorization Budget Request for the Department of the Air Force.
March 10th, the full committee met to receive testimony on National Security Challenges and U.S. Military Activities in the Greater Middle East and Africa.
March 11th, the full committee met to receive testimony on National Security Challenges and U.S. Military Activity in North and South America.
March 11th, the task force met to receive a classified briefing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
II. Subcommittee Progress
Tactical Air and Land Forces Subcommittee.
The Wilson/Davis Memo and the Core Story
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