U.S. Senators Demand The Pentagon’s UFO Files

Daily Mail: Senators demand the Pentagon’s UFO files: Intelligence panel wants a public report on progress of mysterious Navy program and what it observes* Senate Intelligence Committee wants report on Pentagon’s secret UFO program
* Lawmakers say they ‘support the efforts’ of the ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force’, appearing to confirm that such a program still exists
* In 2017 Pentagon admitted funding a UFO program but said it ended in 2012

US senators are demanding to see the Pentagon’s UFO files as they push for influence over a secretive Navy program.

The Senate Intelligence Committee wants defense chiefs to publish a report on the Pentagon’s UFO program and any phenomena it observes.

The committee says it ‘supports the efforts of the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force’ – appearing to confirm that such a program still exists.

In 2017 the Pentagon acknowledged funding a secret multi-million dollar program to investigate UFO sightings, although defense chiefs claimed it had ended in 2012.

Senators now want to regulate the program – saying the public should be better informed of its activities.


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