Former DOD Aerospace Threat Program Manager Confirms Existence Of UFOs

By John A

In a groundbreaking revelation, former high-level officials and scientists with extensive experience in government agencies have come forward to shed light on the reality of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) or UFOs.

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These insiders, who have long operated in the shadows, have launched the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTS/AAS), a Public Benefit Corporation aimed at advancing research into unexplained phenomena and developing related technologies.

The team behind TTS/AAS includes individuals with backgrounds in the CIA, Lockheed Martin, and the Department of Defense. One notable figure is Luis Elizondo, a former Director of Programs to investigate Unidentified Aerial Threats for the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

Elizondo, who resigned from his position at the DOD, confirmed that UFOs are real and that important unclassified data and documentation will be released through the academy’s online platform.

The academy’s objective is to facilitate the collection of information and facts about advanced aerial threats through their Science division. They aim to engage with the public and collaborate with the US government to analyze and disseminate the data. TTS/AAS also plans to release never-before-seen footage from US government systems to provide concrete evidence of UFO encounters.

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Stephen Justice, an aerospace engineer, expressed his intention to harness scientific discoveries about UAP travel through space to develop revolutionary technology. His goal is to build a vehicle capable of instantaneous travel across land, air, oceans, and space, potentially altering the fabric of space-time itself.

Another team member, Chris Mellon, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, highlighted a notable incident from 2004 involving the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier. The encounter, witnessed by multiple military personnel, involved a UFO exhibiting maneuvers that defied the laws of physics. Mellon presented evidence, including gun camera footage, to support his claims.