UFO Reporting Form Launched by Pentagon

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Published on November 2, 2023 - Duration: 01:30s

UFO Reporting Form Launched by Pentagon

UFO Reporting Form , Launched by Pentagon.

On October 31, the U.S. Department of Defense launched a new online tool for reporting government activity connected to UFOs or UAPs.

NBC reports that the reporting tool is the latest addition to the U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office's (AARO) website.

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AARO's site, which was established under the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, .

Offers those claiming "firsthand knowledge of a U.S. Government program/activity related to UAP" a chance to submit that information to the government.

At this time, the form is reserved for current or former government employees, contractors and service members.

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Sean Kirkpatrick, the office's director, has acknowledged that the general public would also like a means of reporting incidents.

We are exploring methods for how the public can do so in the forthcoming third phase of the secure reporting mechanism, Sean Kirkpatrick, U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Director, via NBC.

According to Kirkpatrick, AARO has been tasked with investigating UFO incidents that date back to 1945 and delivering a congressionally-mandated report in June.

According to Kirkpatrick, AARO has been tasked with investigating UFO incidents that date back to 1945 and delivering a congressionally-mandated report in June.

Iโ€™d also like to take this opportunity to strongly encourage any current or former U.S. government employees, military or civilian, or contractors who believe that they have firsthand knowledge of a U.S. government UAP program or activity to please come forward using this new secure reporting mechanism.

, Sean Kirkpatrick, U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Director, via NBC.

Iโ€™d also like to take this opportunity to strongly encourage any current or former U.S. government employees, military or civilian, or contractors who believe that they have firsthand knowledge of a U.S. government UAP program or activity to please come forward using this new secure reporting mechanism.

, Sean Kirkpatrick, U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Director, via NBC.

NBC reports that Kirkpatrick added that his ARRO office is getting ready to release "a lot of new material.".

Weโ€™ve uncovered some things that we are having declassified โ€” not just operational videos, but historical documents that weโ€™ve had declassified, that weโ€™re about to release in the coming days and weeks.

, Sean Kirkpatrick, U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Director, via NBC


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