The Official ODNI Report to Congress has been Released.
The report to Congress from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence concerning UAPs has been released, and while it is only nine pages long, it still provides a number of interesting pieces of information.
Although there was wide variability in the reports and the dataset is currently too limited to allow
for detailed trend or pattern analysis, there was some clustering of UAP observations regarding
shape, size, and, particularly, propulsion.1
The fact that the report speaks directly to UAP propulsion raises the question of what propulsion systems available to Earth-based governments or corporations exist beyond the scope of current U.S. Military understanding?
Another interesting statement within the report mentions “UAP cluster areas,” implying that the U.S. Military is aware of specific areas where UAPs are more likely to appear. Part of this is, of course based on historical data indicating areas where UAPs seem to appear more frequently. The report also speaks to a need to continue to identify other UAP cluster areas.
Lastly, it should not go unmentioned that the report states the following:
USG or Industry Developmental Programs: Some UAP observations could be attributable to
developments and classified programs by U.S. entities. We were unable to confirm, however,
that these systems accounted for any of the UAP reports we collected.2
The report offers five possible explanations for the UAPs, but the only option where a disclaimer of “we are unable to confirm…” was proffered is the explanation based around existing USG or Industry Technology. While there are still UAP interactions the report honestly admits are currently without explanation, this seems to imply that there are definitely advanced USG technologies being misidentified as UAPs.
1 Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, page 5
2Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, page 5
Download and read the report here:2021-Government-UAP-UFO-Report-1