By Zoya Saleem
David Charles Grusch, a former member of the US intelligence community, is quoted as saying that the Pentagon is in possession of both undamaged and damaged alien craft.
The US Congress and other authorities have received classified information concerning covert programmes that, according to a former American intelligence official who is now a whistleblower, are in possession of alien craft.
The whistleblower, David Charles Grusch, is a former combat officer in Afghanistan and a member of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) of the United States.
The official term for UFOs is Unidentified aeronautical phenomena (UAPs), and he oversaw UAP analysis for a US Department of Defence organization. He said that the US has a craft that is not of human origin.
Are aliens real?
There were 144 interactions between military pilots and UAP between 2004 and 2021, according to a report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence published in June 2021, 80 of which were recorded by multiple sensors. Only one of the 144 contacts could be accounted for with “high confidence”; it involved a big balloon that was collapsing.
The Pentagon formed the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, tasked with tracking UAP, in July 2022 in response to growing public and senate interest.
The US Space Agency NASA, meanwhile, claimed that there is no proof that UAPs are alien and that there has been no reliable evidence of extraterrestrial life.
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The naval pilots who spoke about their experiences flying for the military in 2021 said they and others had decided not to share the occurrences internally out of worry that it might endanger their careers.
The increase of trustworthy sightings and claims of the extraterrestrial vehicles led to the disclosure.
During his early 1990s UFO study for the British Ministry of Defence (MoD), Nick Pope regarded Grusch and Grey’s report of alien elements to be “very significant.”
American Space Agency NASA asserted that there has been no conclusive confirmation of extraterrestrial life and that there is no proof that UAPs are alien.
Is the government hiding alien technology from congress?
According to a 2017 New York Times article, the former senator Harry Reid previously took $22 million from the defense budget to investigate inexplicable weird items.
In an effort to take the problem more seriously, the Pentagon has altered its investigation process since a few Navy pilots have come forward to report frequent encounters of UFOs. The majority of the things the pilots believed they saw were real objects turned out to be “just balloons” after closer inspection.
A new report from Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal, who were a part of the group that broke the Times story in 2017, provides those who believe in alien life hope.
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Despite being discredited as a former government UFO expert, Grusch has credentials that make him deserving of attention. The Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force of the Office of Naval Intelligence, which is in charge of investigating UFO allegations, was where Grusch, a 36-year-old combat veteran of Afghanistan, worked.