GENERICO.ruScienceUS federal agencies have been given a deadline to provide all information about UFOs: they are looking for evidence

US federal agencies have been given a deadline to provide all information about UFOs: they are looking for evidence

“We have been completely fooled. They blacked out all the details.”

US federal agencies must now release all UFO reports for public release, including classified material related to evidence of aliens.

US federal agencies have until October 20 to provide all documents, audio and video recordings about UFOs in their possession to the US government for distribution to the public.

As the Daily Mail writes, this month the National Archives and Documentation Authority (NARA) has issued regulations implementing the UFO Disclosure Amendment to the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which went into effect last December.

The guidelines reveal the latest strategy to force an unwilling part of the U.S. military and intelligence community to reveal what they know about mysterious air events now called unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).

The move, the Daily Mail notes, comes two months after the Pentagon's ufology office issued a controversial report to Congress claiming it had “found no verifiable evidence that the US government or private industry ever had access to extraterrestrial technologies.”

Archivists at the National Archives and Records Administration have issued guidelines mandating that all records of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) be provided in electronic format with detailed metadata for inclusion in a new searchable database that will be available to the public. . 

The database will include classified material that NARA will maintain independently, securely storing the records until they are declassified to the public.

National Archives and Records Administration guidelines clearly state that all government Institutions are required to mark their records with the “official security status” of each file and any “special controls,” including “special separated information” (SCI) and “special access programs” (SAP).

Every federal agency, including branches of the US military and the intelligence community such as the CIA, is also required to explain to NARA and the public why certain UFO documents are considered “non-disclosureable” under the new law.

“In In the event of a partial waiver or a full waiver, the NARA guideline advisory stated, “please provide the specific grounds for deferment in section 1843 of the NDAA.”

The records added that these agencies must adhere to either the provisions of the new UFO Information Disclosure Act Amendment of 2024 or the provisions “set forth in Executive Order 13526.”

In the order put into effect by President Barack Obama in 2009, said that all classified material older than 25 years would be subject to “automatic declassification.”

Members of both houses of Congress expressed disappointment over the vague nature of the UFO disclosure amendment, which took effect in 2024 year under the NDAA, writes the Daily Mail.

“We were fooled. We were completely fooled. They crossed out all the details,” said House Representative Tim Burchett, one of the lawmakers behind it law.

And, unconvinced by the Pentagon's latest UFO report, released in March of this year, members of the House Oversight Committee recently said they were preparing two new public hearings on UFOs to ratchet up the pressure.

“We don’t have the facts yet,” as Republican Congressman Glenn Grothman explained to an Ask a Pol reporter late last month.

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