The United States may have evidence of the existence of alien vehicles, UFOs, according to a former intelligence official. For the expert, the ships are "intact and partially intact".
David Grusch, who led the analysis of anomalous unexplained phenomena (FANI) at an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense, said the United States possesses ships of non-human origin. And that he delivered classified information that confirms it.
Grusch stated that information about these vehicles is being illegally withheld from Congress. And he said that when he gave Congress classified information about the vehicles, he suffered retaliation from government officials. The former official left the government in April after a 14-year career in U.S. intelligence.
Video capture by U.S. Navy pilots showing interactions with "unidentified aerial phenomena." Photo: AFP
Jonathan Grey, current US intelligence official at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC), also confirmed the existence of "exotic materials" and added: "We are not alone": "We are not alone."
In an exclusive interview with 'The Debrief', former agent Jonathan Gray revealed some details about the work that the NASIC does in relation to anomalous phenomena not identified. According to Gray, the NASIC is responsible for analyzing images and data obtained by military and civilian sensors, as well as studying materials recovered from possible non-human vehicles. Gray said NASIC was able to examine some fragments and pieces of unknown origin that have extraordinary physical and chemical properties.
Image recorded in April 2020 by the US Navy. Photo: AFP
Gray declined to reveal the exact provenance of these materials or how they came into the hands of the NASIC, but said they are not limited to the United States. "This is a global phenomenon and yet a global solution continues to elude us," he said. "We need greater international cooperation and transparency to be able to advance our understanding of this mystery."
The revelations come after a flurry of credible sightings and reports have reignited attention on alien craft, and potential visitations, in recent years.
The United States studies hundreds of supposedly extraterrestrial phenomena.
In 2021, the Pentagon published a report on FANI – a term preferred to UFOs by much of the extraterrestrial community – in which more than 140 cases of encounters with FANI that could not be explained were discovered.
The report followed a leak of military footage showing seemingly unexplained events in the sky, while Navy pilots testified that they had had frequent encounters with strange craft off the U.S. coast.
In June 2021, a report by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence claimed that between 2004 and 2021 there were 144 encounters between military pilots and alleged aircraft, 80 of which were picked up by multiple sensors. Only one of the 144 encounters could be explained with "high confidence": it was a large balloon that deflated.
Between 2004 and 2021 there were 114 encounters between military pilots and alleged aircraft.
Following growing interest from the public and some U.S. senators, the Pentagon created the All Domains Anomaly Resolution Office in July 2022, tasked with tracking FANIs.
In December last year, the bureau said it had received "several hundred" new reports, but no evidence so far of extraterrestrial life.
The release of Grusch and Grey's claims comes after a panel at the U.S. space agency NASA tasked with investigating unexplained anomalous phenomena said stigma around reporting encounters — and harassment of those who report encounters — was hampering their work.
Navy pilots who in 2021 shared their experiences of encounters with unexplained objects while conducting military flights said they, and others, had decided not to report the encounters internally for fear it could hamper their careers.