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The ASRO might be the new UFO investigations office in the U.S.

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The ASRO might be the new UFO investigations office in the U.S.

The Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office would investigate UFOs or now referred to as UAPs.

The U.S. government could soon have a brand-new bureau dedicated to investigating “unidentified aerial phenomena” (UAP)—or what the rest of us refer to as UFOs.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) has proposed setting up the Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office (ASRO) within the defense and intelligence communities. If adopted, the office would collect data on UFOs, cooperate with allies mounting similar efforts, and brief lawmakers twice a year on their progress. In addition to UFOs, the effort would also investigate USOs or UFOs that come and go from oceans.

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Earlier this month, Sen. Gillibrand authored and submitted SA 4281 as an amendment to the U.S. defense budget. Gillibrand’s amendment is mirrored in the House of Representatives by a similar one authored by Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ). Unless there’s a movement to have it removed, there’s a great chance that President Biden could sign it into law.

Nick Pope, told Popular Mechanics “The new processes would overshadow any previous investigative programs such as Project Blue Book, and would leverage the full resources and capabilities of the U.S. military and intelligence community in a way that hasn’t been done before,” he says. “The establishment of an advisory committee with a civilian component would bring unprecedented oversight and accountability. The UFO phenomenon isn’t a partisan issue.”

source popular mechanics

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