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The analysis report is not dated and has no logo, but four separate people who are familiar with its contents confirmed to the I-Team it is the real deal and was written as part of a Pentagon program.
Politico published a statement by a former staff member that, "After a while[,] the consensus was [that] we really couldn't find anything of substance," ..."They produced reams of paperwork. After all of that there was really nothing there that we could find. It all pretty much dissolved from that reason alone—and the interest level was losing steam. We only did it for a couple of years."
originally posted by: shawmanfromny
Well, IMO, this news report that was aired last night, proves that our government has no idea on what the AAV (Anomalous Aerial Vehicle) actually is, but it's not from the US, or any other nation for that matter. The report states very clearly that, it "showed velocities far greater than anything known to exist, and it could turn itself invisible, both to radar and the human eye." Here is the George Knapp's Pentagon report on I-Team 8, that was aired last night. The link below the highlighted text has the video of the full news report AND a pdf of the actual Pentagon document!
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: shawmanfromny
I'll look forward to seeing the report if/when it comes out.
I wish they'd all stop with the UFO/UAP/AAV/'phenomenon.' When a bunch of people and technology have 'eyes on' something that's being flown intelligently they should call it an aircraft. Giving it all the voodoo and faux-tech terms makes me think of pseudoscientific mumbo-jumbo. It's like putting a pig in a white lab coat then expecting the same respect as a doctor.
They've been so overused through the years that I now automatically wait to be BSd by whoever promotes them.
George Knapp appears to be using his positions at CBS affiliate KLAS-TV Las Vegas 8 and a popular late night AM radio show called Coast To Coast AM where he’s a co-host, to push both of the main stories and assist the book company TTSA in raising financial investment in the corporation.
Coast To Coast AM dedicated months of Sunday shows, days which Knapp hosts, to allowing TTSA employees a free-reign to say anything they wanted without any rebuttal, fact-checking, or questioning about providing evidence of the claims made. I personally believe TTSA was, and still is, paying for the radio spots, or indirectly paying the Coast To Coast AM co-host.
Knapp published an article on KLAS-TV Las Vegas 8 claiming Tom DeLonge opened a “Public Company to Investigate UFOs” when in fact TTSA is a book/media publishing corporation (read US federal government SEC Filings here).
I’ve scoured all Las Vegas 8 TV (lasvegasnow.com) articles written, and news segments televised, and could not find any negative coverage of Tom DeLonge, or TTSA, ever published or expressed by George Knapp or other journalists/reporters on Las Vegas 8 TV.
Unfortunately none of the aforementioned individuals involved in the “Pentagon UFO Study” or “Alien Metal Alloys” stories had provided any documentation supporting claims about the study’s existence. FOIA requests submitted by The Black Vault and others have been unable to prove any claims with either “no records found” or outright denials coming back from the government. This includs Elizondo’s resignation letter.
At least when I'm wrong, I'll admit it.