2022

2022

Even before this ‘whistleblower’ legislation was signed into law, credible individuals were providing Congress information alleging that the US government has recovered extraterrestrial technology. This process began in 2019 when I brought astrophysicist Dr. Eric Davis to Capitol Hill to meet with staff from the Senate Intelligence and Armed Services committees. Dr. Davis, author of the famous Wilson-Davis memo, provided specific information lending credence to sensational reports that an official US government program is actively seeking to exploit recovered technology that was fashioned by some other species or perhaps advanced AI machines.

— Christopher Mellon
Dep. Asst. Secretary of Defense for Intelligence

There are so many of us now on the intel committee and armed services that we’re going to stand by the service members who documented this stuff. They have video. They have radar. They have heat sensors. They have everything.

— Kirsten Gillibrand
US Senator (D)
Committee on Armed Services
Aug 26, 2022

If UAP do indeed represent a potential threat to our security, then the capabilities, systems, processes, and sources we use to observe, record, study or analyze these phenomena need to be classified at appropriate levels. We do not want potential adversaries to know exactly what we’re able to see or understand or how we come to the conclusions we make. Therefore public disclosures must be carefully considered on a case by case basis…

— Scott Bray
Deputy Director Navy Intelligence
May 17, 2022

[Congressional staffer]: Can you provide us a specific example of an object that can’t be explained as having been human made or natural?

[Bray]: I mean the example that I would say is still unresolved, that I think everyone understands quite well is the 2004 incident from [the USS] Nimitz [aircraft carrier]. We have data on that, and it simply remains unresolved…

— Scott Bray
Deputy Director Navy Intelligence
May 17, 2022

It’s clear that the majority, that many of the observations that we have are physical objects from the sensor data… We haven’t had a collision. We have had at least 11 near misses.

— Scott Bray
Deputy Director Navy Intelligence
May 17, 2022