The Pentagon UFO COMMENTARY. In 1949, a farm in Glen Burnie was briefly swarming with state troopers and military investigators

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Did we ever tell you about the unidentified flying object discovered outside Baltimore? In 1949, a farm in Glen Burnie was briefly swarming with state troopers and military investigators checking out reports of a flying saucer. And, indeed, they found what were later described as ‘prototypes’ of aircraft in a rundown barn ‘ experiments in manned flight pieced together by an eccentric designer.

What might generously be described as an historical footnote to the nation’s fascination with UFOs later turned up in documents eventually released by the U.S. Air Force and widely reported in 2015 as part of the service branch’s ‘Project Blue Book,’ which investigated unexplained sightings from 1947 to 1969 and found no alien invaders, nor space age technology. Just oddities often made all the more unusual by an odd reflection of sunlight or improbable weather conditions or malfunctioning radar.

Date: AAC9C18F70AC386BC4DCF4DDF9BF1786
Author: Baltimore Sun Editorial Board
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What Can We Expect From the Pentagon’s UFO Report?

One of the many curiosities packed into the $2.3 billion omnibus spending and coronavirus-relief package passed by Congress in December was a stipulation requiring the Department of Defense and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to deliver an unclassified report on unidentified flying objects to Congress within six months, compiling what the government knows about about UFOs rocketing around over American airspace.

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Pentagon whistleblower warns of UFO intelligence failure on ‘level of 9/11’

A whistleblower who ran the Pentagon’s top-secret UFO program has warned a soon-to-be-released report on unidentified aerial phenomena could reveal the greatest US intelligence failings since 9/11.

Luis Elizondo, the former head of the’Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), told The Sun‘he had seen ‘very very compelling’ data that confirmed the existence of technologically advanced UFOs.’

A highly-anticipated report on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) is due to be released by the Director of the National Intelligence and the Department for Defense by June 1 .’

Publisher: Mail Online
Date: 2021-05-03T02:12:43+0100
Author: Bevan Hurley
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‘Tipping point’: Suspense builds ahead of major Pentagon report on UFOs

Soon-to-be-President Jimmy Carter in 1973 went public with a claim he had seen a UFO years earlier in the skies above rural Georgia.

Nearly five decades later, former President Barack Obama went on late-night TV this week and admitted there are ‘objects in the skies that we don’t know exactly what they are.’

The two admissions, professional UFO researchers and alien hunters say, were met with wildly different receptions and underscore what’s been a gradual shift in public attitudes that is now hitting its peak.

Publisher: The Washington Times
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