Pentagon’s ‘Anomaly Resolution’ Department Studying UFOs

The Pentagon announced it’s opening an office specifically to chase down reports of unidentified flying objects in a press release on Wednesday. It’ll be called the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) and will work to collect and analyze various reports of UFO activity from across America’s various federal agencies…

The new office is the result of various disclosures of unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP) by the DoD after lobbying and leaks from groups like Tom Delonge’s To the Stars Academy. Credible witnesses, including Navy pilots, have come forward and described their experiences with UFOs. One recent Navy video leaked by a UFO enthusiast and confirmed by the Pentagon showed a UFO apparently disappearing into the water, which may explain the new office’s focus on “transmedium” objects—objects that flit between space, the air, and under the water.

Same as it ever was. We’ll get a peek at what the boffins have been peering at for years. And still haven’t figured out.

10 thoughts on “Pentagon’s ‘Anomaly Resolution’ Department Studying UFOs

  1. Cue Theremin says:

    U.S. Navy says all UFO videos are classified and releasing them ‘will harm national security’
    “…The UAP Task Force has responded back to DNS-36 and have stated that the requested videos contain sensitive information pertaining to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) and are classified and are exempt from disclosure in their entirety under exemption 5 U.S.C. § 552 (b)(1) in accordance with Executive Order 13526 and the UAP Security Classification Guide,” Gary Cason, Deputy Director, DON FOIA/PA Program Office, said in the response letter. “The release of this information will harm national security as it may provide adversaries valuable information regarding Department of Defense/Navy operations, vulnerabilities, and/or capabilities. No portions of the videos can be segregated for release.” See

  2. Puzzling Evidence says:

    As part of a joint venture with NASA and the Pentagon, Ukraine has used equipment in Kyiv to study the skies. The results are bizarre.
    Ukraine’s airspace has been busy this year—that’s the nature of war. But scientists in the country are looking to the skies and seeing something they didn’t expect: An inordinate number of UFOs, according to a new preprint paper published by Kyiv’s Main Astronomical Observatory in coordination with the country’s National Academy of Science.
    The paper is titled Unidentified aerial phenomena I. Observations of events come from observations made at NAS’ Main Astronomical Observatory in Kyiv and a village south of Kyiv called Vinarivka. According to the paper’s authors, the observatories took on the job of hunting for UFO’s at the behest of NASA.

  3. Swamp gas says:

    DOD Office Moving Ahead in Mission to Identify ‘Anomalous Phenomena’
    (U.S. Department of Defense press release Dec 17, 2022)
    Transcript: USD(I&S) Dec. 16, 2022 Ronald Moultrie, Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security; Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office Roundtable on the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO).
    Re: the USD(I&S) see

  4. Trial Balloon says:

    In January, the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) issued a report that put the total of reported UAP sightings at around 510. According to the report, 163 of these were “characterized as balloon or balloon-like entities.” During a DoD press conference late Thursday night, a reporter asked about the 163 balloon-like sightings and if what’s floating above Montana is some kind of advanced spy system.
    “I’m not going to go into the exact nature of the technology,” a senior defense official said. “I wouldn’t characterize it as revolutionary.” 2, 2023

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