Pentagon report declassifies’ radiation burns’ caused by Ufos


The Defense Intelligence Agency has declassified 1,547 pages of documents related to the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP), a secret defense Department program, Live Science reported.The files document UFO-related material from 2007 to 2012.Although the AATIP program was never classified as “secret” or “top secret,” it was not publicly known until 2017, when the program’s current director, Luis Elizardo, resigned from the Pentagon and released several widely circulated videos to the media of an unidentified aircraft flying in seemingly impossible ways.Shortly after the existence of the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program was revealed, the Sun, a British tabloid, filed a FREEDOM of Information Act request for all documents related to the program.Four years later, on April 5, 2022, the DIA complied, releasing 1,574 pages of material to the Sun.The files include reports on the biological impact of UFO sightings on humanity, research into advanced technologies such as cloaking, and plans for deep space exploration and colonization, according to the Sun.The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program told the Sun that some of the documents were “withheld” because of privacy and confidentiality concerns.The report describes 42 cases from medical records and 300 “unpublished” cases.In these cases, humans were injured after allegedly encountering “unusual aircraft”, including Ufos.In some cases, the report says, humans have shown burns or other conditions related to electromagnetic radiation — some of which appear to be caused by “energy-related propulsion systems.”The report also noted brain damage, nerve damage, palpitations and headaches associated with experiencing abnormalities.The review process that the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program uses to investigate these cases is unclear, the report said.Disclaimer: This article is reproduced for the purpose of conveying more information.If the source is wrong or violated your legitimate rights and interests, please contact the author with proof of ownership, we will promptly correct, delete, thank you.Email address: newmedia@xxcb.cn

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