New Federal Office Primed to Tackle UFO Phenomenon


( – The National Intelligence Agency has teamed up with the Department of Defense to propose the creation of a new government agency. The purpose? To investigate unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), more commonly referred to as UFOs.

The details regarding the proposed new agency are outlined in the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (2022 NDAA) under Sec. 1652. According to the document, the office will “synchronize and standardize the collection, reporting, and analysis of incidents regarding (UAPs).” It also outlines how the organization will investigate the “nature and extent” of these phenomena.

The creation of this new agency hinges upon the bill’s passage through Congress. According to a report by Newsmax, however, the 2020 NDAA has bipartisan support — meaning it will likely get pushed through.

Interest in the UFO phenomenon has been going strong for decades now, and it seems as though the United States government is taking a keen interest in the subject. But how much does the military already know about these UAPs? Moreover, do they already have their own?

Is the United States Navy Engineering Its Own UFOs?

The Navy has begun to open up regarding the existence of UFOs in American airspace. Fighter pilots are giving interviews discussing their interactions with these advanced craft. With such extraordinary information being released to the public, one can only wonder what else our military knows, and what they have themselves.

American UFOs

Patents filed by the United States Navy suggest we may have our own UFOs in production as well as the technology to power them. The patent “Craft using an inertial mass reduction device” looks nearly identical to the object observed over Phoenix Arizona in 1997. The application for this patent was filed on April 28, 2016, and approved in 2018. The language used in the patent reads like a science fiction novel.

The craft is reportedly capable of traversing air, water, and even space. Additionally, it claims to be able to reach incredible speeds and perform feats of maneuverability that our conventional aircraft simply cannot. The craft is able to achieve such performance wonders by utilizing new technology that has also been patented by the Navy. The “high-energy electromagnetic field generator (HEEMFG)” and the “room temperature superconductor (RTSC)” are both listed as components of the inertial mass reduction craft. The HEEMFG is a force field generator, akin to something from a Star Wars movie. The RTSC is exactly what the name suggests, a superconductor that operates at room temperature. Previously, superconductors had to operate at extremely low temperatures, making them essentially unusable in standard applications. According to the inventor, Salvatore Pais, and the U.S. Naval Aviation Enterprise’s Chief Technology Officer, Dr. James Sheehy, these patents are operational. This means the Navy has tested the technology and claims it works.

A Response to China?

If we are creating this type of technology, you have to ask yourself if other world powers are doing the same. The Navy seems to think so. When the patents were initially filed, the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of the Naval Aviation Enterprise wrote to the primary patent examiner to help push the patents through. The letter urged the examiner to approve the patent as China is investing heavily in this type of aerospace tech.

With a new arms race developing between the United States and China over out-of-this-world technology, one may wonder if the UFOs sighted so frequently are actually extraterrestrial? It also raises another question – did the idea for this technology come from above?

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