Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO)

For decades UFO's have been the subject of mockery, while at the same time we enjoy Science Fiction stories about folks from other planets. Recently the US Government, and other governments, have made official statements about sightings that are strange, and undeniable. The sightings include what appear to be vehicles traveling at extreme high speed, and maneuverability, way beyond what modern humanity can build. In short, the evidence really does point to visitors from other planets. While we cannot explain who or what they are, just yet, we do know that some sightings of what's been called UFO's are real. The phrase chosen within the US Dept of Defense is UAP, or Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon.

Canada's military is documenting UFO/UAP sightings

(June 2, 2021) A recent report by a medical flight in northern Manitoba demonstrates that the Canadian military is collecting reports of unexplained sightings which may be UFO's. The flight, on Jan. 6, 2019, was a routine medical transport mission to Thompson Manitoba, but they saw a strange light following their airplane at the same altitude. The event was then reported through CIRVIS to military headquarters in Ontario.

Leak: Defense Dept report on UAP/UFO phenomena will say no proof of alien contact

(June 4, 2021) Subsequent to videos released in 2017 showing US Navy fighter jet pilots chasing vehicles of unknown capability, the Defense Department was required to create a report on the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP). That's a convoluted phrase for what the rest of us call UFO, or Unidentified Flying Object. The videos in 2017 clearly show highly trained Navy pilots chasing after vehicles exhibiting characteristics unknown to current day humanity. But just because there's no proof those craft are of extraterrestrial origin does not mean they are not extraterrestrial.

Pentagon UFO/UAP report describes craft with capabilities way beyond human technology

(June 25, 2021) Today, the US Defense Department delivered to the US Senate a long-awaited report on what's called Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), or what the rest of us call Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO). The report does not definitively explain the phenomena, disappointing those who wanted this to be a major Disclosure event. Despite that, the report is a major step forward because it is the first admission by the Defense Department that the UFO/UAP story has credibility.