Deciding to finally do something worthwhile for a change, the Pentagon announced on Tuesday that it will be forming a new group to investigate UAP reports. The group will involve the military and intelligence agencies and will be tasked with detecting and identifying UAP in restricted airspace. According to Kathleen H. Hicks, the new group will be called the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group because she is apparently not a fan of brevity.
The formation of the group was partly influenced by a recent report on UAP that failed to explain 143 UAP sighted by military pilots and others over the past twenty years.
Chamption for UAP disclosure Lue Elizondo (former U.S. Army Counterintelligence Special Agent and former employee of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence) does not see this as such a good thing. He promptly cited several reasons why on Twitter:
Please, please, please contact your representatives and let them know this is unacceptable and not in the best interest of the American people. The USDI is the one single office that has continuously lied about this topic and persecuted whistleblowers.
1. Important update: Before anyone gets too excited about the recent Pentagon announcement of a new UAP group, please consider the following:
2A. USDI is precisely the same organization that has underplayed and tried to kill the UAP effort for years.
2B. USDI is an oversight organization and non-operational.
2C. Nowhere is there a requirement to provide unclassified findings to Congress, or work with our international partners.
3. Given that elements still exist in the Pentagon who are actively underplaying the significance of this topic, this is akin to giving an alcoholic the key and control to the liquor cabinet.
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