It really doesn't mean much, as older incidents can hardly be deemed "operational" without really raising some eyebrows. The CIA's had similar
protection since the 80's, and anything the DIA wanted so protected could easily be refiled under CIA, and placed under protection. This seems like
trying to avoid that step (which of course, they won't exactly say...
FOIA has been useful to an extent investigating UFO events. But by the time they are released, they are decades old and nobody cares. Also when
released, they are usually sensored to eliminate names of witnesses, ect.
I don't see getting any real proof from the government, they are too smart.
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