Pentagon to release declassified UFO photos, videos and reports on new website.

Pentagon spokesman calls new site a ‘one-stop shop’ for publicly available information on unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs)

The Pentagon announced Thursday the launch of a new website with the All-Around Anomalies Office (AARO) that will provide the public with declassified information about UFOs, or what the government calls them. The government calls it an unidentified anomalous phenomenon (UAP). .

Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder said in a press conference that the new website will provide the public with information, including videos and photos related to resolved UAP cases, as they have been declassified and approved. for widespread release.

According to the general, other information will be available, including reports, trends and frequently asked questions sections, as well as links to official reports, transcripts, press releases and other documents. other resources that the public may find useful.

Source: An artist’s impression of a UFO. (Phonlamai Photo)

“The Department is committed to being transparent with the American people about AARO’s work on the UAP,” Ryder said.

He added that the website will serve as a “one-stop shop” for public information and that AARO will regularly update the website with the most recent findings as new information becomes available to the public. they watch.

The new website can be accessed at

Source: A group of lights, possibly UFOs, are seen over a Marine base in California. (Jeremy Corbell/

The announcement comes just days after six members of Congress asked the intelligence community for details about alleged secret programs to recover crashed UFOs and reverse engineer the technology.

UFO whistleblower David Grusch alluded to both programs in sworn statements at a July 26 House Oversight Committee hearing aimed at shedding light on decades of secrecy that allegedly involved government speculation surrounding UFOs/UAPs.

Grusch declined to provide further details during the public hearing due to an open retaliation case against him.

Source: David Grusch, former National Reconnaissance Office representative on the Defense Department’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, testifies during a House Oversight and Accountability Subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs hearing in Washington, D.C., on July 26, 2023. (Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images / File)

Six members of Congress signed the August 21 letter to Inspector General Thomas Monheim:
Representatives Tim Burchett, (R-Tenn.), Jared Moskowitz, (D-Fla.), Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.), Nancy Mace (R-S.C.), Eric Burlison (R-Mo.) and Andy Ogles (R-Tenn.).

Grusch testified at the hearing that he knew of colleagues who were injured while reversing UFO technology, and said the government “completely” owned the UFO technology and that the “biological products” were “unsourced.” human origin” since the 1930s and he knows it. the exact location where they are being held.

Grusch said during the hearing that he could provide details in a classified setting.

Source: A new office dedicated to studying UFO/UAP sightings has finally secured full-funding in the upcoming 2024 defense budget. (Department of Defense)

Grusch was one of three key figures who testified at the July 26 hearing, which also included direct testimony from decorated military pilots Ryan Graves and David Fravor, who were witnesses – and, in Fravor’s case, engaged – UAP in flight.

Fravor, a retired Black Aces commander who served 18 years as a Navy pilot, discovered what became known as the “Tic Tac UFO” during a 2004 training mission.

Fravor said in his opening statement that the object was “far superior to anything we had then, today or are looking to develop in the next ten years.”

Fox News Digital’s Chris Eberhart contributed to this report.

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