Did the US government secretly recover crashed UFOs and reverse engineer extraterrestrial technology? The recent emergence of six whistleblowers, protected by a new law, has reignited speculations about classified operations involving aliens.
Congress Passes Law Protecting Whistleblowers in Secret Programs
As many as six whistleblowers have come forward, alleging involvement in UFO crash recovery and reverse engineering programs, following the passage of a law in 2022 that protects those who have participated in such classified operations. This recent development has sparked further speculation about the government’s secret knowledge of extraterrestrial technology.
The National Defense Authorization Act Requires Classified Report Disclosure
As the Daily Mail explains, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2023 includes an amendment requiring the Pentagon to provide senior senators with classified reports on previously undisclosed programs related to anomalous phenomena, material recovery, and reverse engineering. Attorney Daniel Sheehan has disclosed that he is in contact with six former government officials or military contractors who claim to have worked on these programs.
UFO Crash Recovery and Reverse Engineering Programs
According to Sheehan, some of these whistleblowers have already spoken to staff members of Senate committees responsible for military intelligence even before the NDAA was passed, potentially inspiring the inclusion of “reverse engineering” in the legislation. Witnesses with knowledge of programs analyzing UFO crashes, like the infamous Roswell incident, have been referred to the Pentagon’s UFO office, the Anomalies Across All Domains Resolution Office (AARO).
Stanford Scientist and CIA Scientist Confirm Whistleblower Contact
Dr. Garry Nolan, a prominent Stanford immunologist, and Nobel Prize nominee, has also confirmed contact with whistleblowers who have testified under oath about their involvement in reverse engineering programs. Another Nobel Prize nominee and CIA scientist, Dr. Hal Puthoff, has informed Congress of classified information from these programs and has acknowledged knowing whistleblowers who have worked on them.
AARO Director Hints at Whistleblower Interviews and Online Portal
During a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on April 19, 2023, AARO Director Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick hinted that his office has interviewed whistleblowers and that an online portal for witnesses has been submitted for approval. However, he did not provide additional details about the matter, leaving many questions unanswered and prompting further scrutiny of the information provided by his office.
Documentarian James Fox and Researcher Jeremy Corbell Share Insider Insights
Documentarian James Fox and researcher Jeremy Corbell have also revealed that they have interviewed whistleblowers who have testified before AARO about recovery and reverse engineering programs. Fox has expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of information provided by Dr. Kirkpatrick during the hearing, stating that it felt like a personal insult.
“Wilson-Davis Notes” Entered into Congressional Record
During the first public hearing on unidentified objects in over 50 years, Wisconsin Republican Rep. Mike Gallagher entered the “Wilson-Davis Notes” into the congressional record. These notes document a conversation between physicist Dr. Eric Davis and then-Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Vice Admiral Thomas Wilson, in which Wilson detailed his discovery of a secret program run by a defense contractor that recovered and attempted to reverse-engineer UFOs.