"Now, a new report in the New York Times confirms those accounts. The government’s UFO unit currently resides in the Office of Naval Intelligence, where it “deals with classified matters,” per the report, even though the unit itself isn’t classified. The Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force is meant to “standardize collection and reporting” on sightings of UAVs and publicly divulge “at least some of its findings” twice a year, according to the Times." PM
"Harry Reid, the former Nevada senator who was instrumental in funding the original UFO program, told the Times he believes that “crashes from other worlds had occurred, and that retrieved materials had been studied secretly for decades, often by aerospace companies under government contracts.” From the article." PM
"The astrophysicist Eric Davis, who consulted with the Pentagon’s original UFO program, told the Times that after he examined certain materials, he came to the conclusion that “we couldn’t make [them] ourselves.” In fact, Davis briefed a Department of Defense (DOD) agency as recently as March about retrieving materials from “off-world vehicles not made on this earth.”" PM
So, ONI is now running this. Interesting.
I find the statement by Eric Davis to be intriguing. "retrieving materials from “off-world vehicles not made on this earth." He works for a technical research center in Austin, Texas where the focus is on black holes, their generation and what use might be made of them. A nutter? Maybe, but Harry Reid is not a nutter and neither is Senator Rubio.
I have suspected for a long time that the US has been "back engineering" UFO crash wreckage and deriving great advantage from that process. Lt Col Philip Corso claimed before his death in 1998, that as head of the US Army General Staff's Foreign Technology Division he had been involved in the process of transferring the technical fruits of reverse engineering to various US companies for their use in developing new products. pl