🛸 Pentagon's UFO Report Tool: An online tool for reporting Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), formerly known as UFOs, is launched by the Pentagon for current or past US federal employees.
🔍 What's the Goal?: The All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) aims to collect info on UAP activities dating back to 1945, to use in a report on these phenomena.
💻 Online Portal: Launched on Tuesday, this tool is for federal employees with direct UAP knowledge. A portal for the general public is coming soon.
👽 Seeking Extraterrestrial Life?: The move follows Mark McInerney's appointment as NASA's first UAP research director, indicating a renewed US interest in exploring the possibility of alien life.
📢 Call to Come Forward: AARO's Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick encourages government employees with firsthand UAP knowledge to share what they know.
👾 Long-Standing Rumors: Speculations about US government's knowledge of alien life and technology, especially at Area 51, have been around since the alleged 1947 Roswell UFO crash.
🔬 Reality Check: Despite the intrigue, Kirkpatrick mentions there's no evidence of any program for reverse engineering alien tech but promises soon-to-be-released declassified info including operational videos and historical documents.