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US intelligence agencies have less than 6 months to reveal details on UFOs

A unique 180-day countdown for US intelligence agencies started in December when President Donald Trump signed a massive $2.3 trillion Covid-19 relief and government spending bill into law. The Intelligence Authorisation Act for Fiscal Year 2021 was a part of the spending bill under which the Senate intelligence committee directed the intelligence agencies to submit a report on ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’ within 180 days.

The Senate intelligence committee’s directive came into force months after the department of defence released three declassified videos that showed US Navy pilots encountering what appears to be unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Following the declassification of videos, the US Navy released seven incident reports in May 2020 on the series of encounters between Navy pilots and ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’.


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Date: 2021-01-10T21:28:46+05:30
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US agencies have less than 6 months to reveal what they know about UFOs

United States intelligence agencies have less than six months to tell Congress everything they know about Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs)

United States intelligence agencies have less than six months to tell Congress everything they know about Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). In December, when President Donald Trump signed the $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief bill into law, he also set into motion a 180-day countdown for the authorities to reveal all they know about UFOs, or perhaps aliens!

As part of this, the Director of National Intelligence, along with the Secretary of Defense have less than six months to provide an unclassified report about “unidentified aerial phenomena” to the congress and committees of armed services.

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US agencies to share reports related to UFO sightings within 180 days

The’classified documents related to UFO sightings, which are currently in possession of the US intelligence community, must be shared with the American lawmakers within 180 days. The provision is reportedly part of the Intelligence Authorization Act (IAA) for the Fiscal Year 2021, which was recently passed under the National Defense Authorization Act and COVID-19 relief package and was signed into law by President Donald Trump. The provision requires the US intelligence community to share all the available documents related to UFO sightings with Congress, within six months from the passage of the bill.’According to the news website The Debrief, the IAA includes a provision titled “Advanced Aerial Threats”, which apart from providing the relevant agencies with all the resources they need to counter the UFO threat, also requires the Pentagon to share a declassified report with the US Congress within six months.’

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