After many years of being taboo, discussions regarding extraterrestrial life and unidentified ariel phenomena (UAP) are becoming mainstream and are even happening in the United States Congress. For example, the Senate Intelligence Committee asked the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense to provide an unclassified report on UAP. In 2020, the Pentagon took a significant step forward when it established an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. The Office of the Director for National Intelligence released an unclassified preliminary assessment on UAPs that listed 143 unexplained sightings of UAPs since 2004. The federal government confirmed these sightings not to be U.S. aircraft or technology. A bipartisan bill was introduced and signed into law by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, which would create an “Anomaly Surveillance, Tracking, and Resolution Office” to use all assets from the intelligence community to understand UAPs.
A10 represents a national organization that reports on UFO sightings. A10 has worked with our client to rebrand the common term unidentified flying object (UFO) to UAP to legitimize the topic. After having been shut out of the policy-making process in Washington DC for decades, A10 worked with our client to brief members of the House, Senate, and key committees on our client’s work tracking UAPs. Our client’s name even appeared in a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) brief. Through educational meetings with legislators, A10 helped lawmakers better understand UAPs, and the organization’s decades of intelligence can better inform policymakers.
By educating members of Congress and key committees of jurisdiction, our clients are helping members learn more about an important matter that has been kept out of the mainstream for far too long.