The Pentagon is reportedly developing a new team focused on investigating the possibility of alien life in the far reaches of the galaxy, according to a recent Wall Street Journal report. The new unit will reportedly be focused on not only extra-terrestrial activity, but also on covering up “those sightings and events involving the search for life in the universe.”
This new unit will be known as, hmmm, the National Advanced Aerospace Defense command, or NAADC. This group will be run by Rear Adm. Matthew Klunder, a former analyst who founded the International Association of UFO Researchers in 1973 and has worked with the Pentagon during past investigations of UFO sightings.
Though the Pentagon has never acknowledged that the U.S. government is investigating aliens, they’ve reportedly assembled a team that consists of retired officers and from space, including major figures such as former Air Force Maj. Gen. Robert F. Butler, who has led three of the previous government investigations into such claims. These have included cover-ups that were successfully exposed.
Klunder and Butler have allegedly assembled a group of 100 to 200 people to run the new investigative team. These experts on UFOs include independent experts and ex-government investigators. They will oversee a special NAADC task force, which in turn will form part of the Defense Department’s Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity.
The report in the Wall Street Journal indicates that the NAADC isn’t just some fanciful new team that’s out to stop aliens from showing up and ruining the world, and that the team will be using the Defense Department’s existing budget to get the job done.
Read the full story at The Wall Street Journal.
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