The Pentagon has launched a new website dedicated to sharing declassified information about Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), coinciding with growing speculation about potential evidence of extraterrestrial life on Earth. This move follows recent testimony from a whistleblower who claimed that the US government possesses non-human aerial vehicles.
The website is designed to be a comprehensive resource for the public, offering access to records and information about what the Pentagon formally refers to as “unidentified anomalous phenomena” (UAPs). It currently includes a limited number of videos labeled as “unresolved” or “unclassified,” along with brief descriptions of initial assessments conducted by the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, a government agency established to investigate such phenomena.
The site also promises to provide photos and videos related to resolved UAP cases as they are declassified and approved for public release. It features sections on reporting trends, frequently asked questions, and links to official reports, transcripts, and other resources. Additionally, the Pentagon plans to enable government employees, military personnel, and the general public to submit UFO reports through the website.
This development comes amid heightened interest in UFOs and allegations of cover-ups within the US government regarding these phenomena, with a former Air Force officer testifying about reprisal activities and administrative attacks against those attempting to discuss UFOs openly. The Pentagon aims to enhance transparency and public access to information about UAPs through this new website.