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UFO Reporting Form Launched by Pentagon

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UFO Reporting Form Launched by Pentagon

UFO Reporting Form Launched by Pentagon

UFO Reporting Form , Launched by Pentagon.

On October 31, the U.S. Department of Defense launched a new online tool for reporting government activity connected to UFOs or UAPs.

NBC reports that the reporting tool is the latest addition to the U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office's (AARO) website.

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AARO's site, which was established under the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, .

Offers those claiming "firsthand knowledge of a U.S. Government program/activity related to UAP" a chance to submit that information to the government.

At this time, the form is reserved for current or former government employees, contractors and service members.

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Sean Kirkpatrick, the office's director, has acknowledged that the general public would also like a means of reporting incidents.

We are exploring methods for how the public can do so in the forthcoming third phase of the secure reporting mechanism, Sean Kirkpatrick, U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Director, via NBC.

According to Kirkpatrick, AARO has been tasked with investigating UFO incidents that date back to 1945 and delivering a congressionally-mandated report in June.

According to Kirkpatrick, AARO has been tasked with investigating UFO incidents that date back to 1945 and delivering a congressionally-mandated report in June.

I’d also like to take this opportunity to strongly encourage any current or former U.S. government employees, military or civilian, or contractors who believe that they have firsthand knowledge of a U.S. government UAP program or activity to please come forward using this new secure reporting mechanism.

, Sean Kirkpatrick, U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Director, via NBC.

I’d also like to take this opportunity to strongly encourage any current or former U.S. government employees, military or civilian, or contractors who believe that they have firsthand knowledge of a U.S. government UAP program or activity to please come forward using this new secure reporting mechanism.

, Sean Kirkpatrick, U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Director, via NBC.

NBC reports that Kirkpatrick added that his ARRO office is getting ready to release "a lot of new material.".

We’ve uncovered some things that we are having declassified — not just operational videos, but historical documents that we’ve had declassified, that we’re about to release in the coming days and weeks.

, Sean Kirkpatrick, U.S. All-domain Anomaly Resolution Director, via NBC


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