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2022 Was the Year of the UAP in the U.S.

Updated: Feb 12, 2023

By Violet Wisdom

  1. In November of 2021, AOIMSG, (Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group) was formed within the Department of Defense. This new group was created to “detect, identify and attribute objects of interests in Special Use Airspace. They are also tasked with determining related threats. Adding to this, the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security began an Airborne Object Identification and Management Executive Council. The AOIMSG was renamed the AARO (the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office) in July, 2022 after the National Defense Authorization Act of 2022. AARO carries expanded responsibilities beyond those of AOIMSG which include mitigation and surveillance of UFO’s / UAP’s and USO’s (unidentified submerged objects)

  2. 2022 brought an order to The Pentagon to provide AARO with historical records of UFO’s as far back as 1945. This is part of the recently passed annual defense policy. This includes top-secret classified records. Reported sightings will now be tracked and presented in a full report yearly by the Director of National Intelligence.

  3. The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) left earth just over a year ago on Christmas Day 2021. Currently focused on the exoplanet system known as TRAPPIST-1 has given the JWST the nickname; The Alien Telescope. Not only does the atmosphere and water of TRAPPIST-1 make it a great place to look for potential space life, it has already been contacted. In May of 2022, METI, (Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence International), sent a message toward that potential life of TRAPPIST-. Although the message was a simple reading of periodic table of elements. The hope of METTI is to get a response so they can ask some alien neighbors for some Climate Change advice.

  4. 1,574 pages of Declassified UFO reports were released from the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program in April, 2022. The reports went to the British tabloid The Sun after a Freedom of Information Act filing forced the AATIP, (Advanced Aerospace Identification Program) to release them. Included were stories of physical harm and “unaccounted for pregnancy” for humans who had come in contact with “anomalous vehicles”.

  5. NASA UAP study. Although the study has so far resulted in no proof of aliens statement from NASA back in June 2022, this was specific to UAP’s and their work is far from over. The research panel will also be working on using AI technology for further investigations and research.

  6. The DOD (Department of Defense) official stance in October of 2022 echoed that of the NASA UAP study; “not aliens”. Falling back to the age-old weather balloon while adding Chinese and Russian Drones, the DOD had no real explanation for the 144 UAP reports they investigated. Optical illusions were used to write off the famous Navy fighter jet GOFAST video from 2015.

  7. A new law passed in July of 2022 helps ensure UFO witnesses with possible non-disclosure prohibitions are able to report their sightings. The law will also make it easier and more likely that witnesses are able to report to Congress when asked. This does not include Top Secret Projects and will be reviewed yearly by the Department of Defense.

  8. The Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Study (UAP)

MUFON had 7,521 cases around the world reported in 2022. Looking forward to 2023, the new UAP study by NASA is expected to release its results this summer. The NASA team includes oceanographers, journalists and physicians.


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