US government has always been secretive when it comes to revealing information about UFOs.
The Pentagon has started acknowledging its interest in unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) recently.
The Black Vault, a privately owned database of declassified records, has now acquired the classified version of that infamous UFO report that the Director of National Intelligence sent to Congress back in June 2021.
While an enormous amount of the document is redacted, including almost every potentially interesting portion, what we can see is quite surprising. One lengthy redaction concerns “common shapes” of UFOs, for instance, and another goes on to describe a report of a Navy pilot describing some sort of aerial encounter.
The document also comprises several instances in which it described the most “common shapes” of UAP. The existence of that section wasn’t included in the report originally released to the public last year.
Other sections of the report such as “And a Handful of UAP Appear to Demonstrate Advanced Technology” and “UAP Probably Lack a Single Explanation” are also elaborated on with the newly released document. The former includes a section, for example, in which multiple navy personnel witnessed UAP.
A new account stated that a pilot was “fighting to keep his aircraft in the airspace,” apparently due to high winds when they witnessed a UAP whose “position was unaffected.”
The entire document is available for download at The Black Vault.