The U.S. Congress held its first open hearing on UFOs in over 50 years. Are UFOs real? And if they are, do they pose a danger to planet Earth? WWJ’s Zach Clark goes out of this world to find the answers in a new Daily J.
Congress holds the first formal meeting on UFO/UAPs in over 50 years!(@Denis-Art/iStock) Yes! You read the title correctly. Wipe any smudge from your eyes because you’re going to want to fully take this in.
Congress held a hearing with Pentagon officials on UFOs that they speculate may actually be foreign adversaries testing aircraft in American skies. This is the first time the country has seen a public UFO hearing since 1969.
The congressional hearing Tuesday (May 17) that focused on unidentified flying objects (UFOs) has drawn mixed reviews. Eagerly awaited by many, it was the first open congressional hearing on UFOs — or UAP ("unidentified aerial phenomena"), as they've recently been rebranded — in more than a half-century. Congressman...
The first congressional hearing on the matter of UFOs in more than 50 years was held yesterday, as the the House Intelligence Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee hosted two US military witnesses to answer the question: Hey, are aliens flying around our planet in little spaceships, or what?. And alas,...
UFOs are a hot topic right now, as reports of UFO sightings have been on the rise and the government is now getting involved to get to the bottom of exactly what is happening. So of course the brain trust at The Five on Fox News wanted to get in on discussing these events, as Mediaite reports.
Former Navy fighter pilot Ryan Graves Tuesday warned that regular UFO sightings are endangering the lives of military aviators, described the shape of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) seen by members of his squadron and said the mysterious objects must be treated "like a foreign adversary." Graves made the comments outside...
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Are UFOs real? That’s the question a Congressional committee pondered today. Lawmakers haven’t held a hearing like this in half a century. Defense officials told lawmakers they have some 400 reports from military personnel of UFOs. And while they can explain some, they can't explain others.
On Capitol Hill, lawmakers held a hearing on unidentified flying objects, during which defense officials said they have some 400 reports from military personnel of UFOs, and while they can explain some, they can't explain others.
A Michigan UFO researcher calls the first congressional hearing on the subject in more than 50 years “theater.”. On Tuesday, a House intelligence subcommittee heard testimony from two Pentagon officials who said the government has a database of some 400 alleged UFO incidents. The last time Congress held an...