The CIA has been coordinating searches for crashed UFOs around the world for decades, they say. DailyMail.com numerous sources.
The US government has discovered at least nine “non-human ships” – some of them crashed and two completely intact, one source said.
Three sources with knowledge of these alleged top-secret operations said DailyMail.comthat the Office of Global Access (OGA), a branch of the Central Intelligence Agency’s science and technology directorate, has played a central role since 2003 in organizing the collection of information about objects that may turn out to be alien spacecraft.
All three sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity to avoid reprisals, were briefed by individuals involved in those alleged UFO-hunting missions.
While these shocking claims sound like they came straight out of a science fiction novel, they are part of a growing body of evidence indicating that the US government may indeed be hiding advanced non-human technology.
That same month, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sponsored an emergency bill to authorize the disclosure of “discovered technologies of unknown origin and biological evidence of non-human intelligence,” which has already passed the Senate.
Sources who spoke with DailyMail.comshed light on how the CIA allegedly coordinated the secret recovery and storage of these supposedly crashed or landed UFOs.
“There are at least nine devices. Each of them is associated with different circumstances,” said DailyMail.com one source with knowledge of UFO program insiders. This is due to the physical state they are in. If they break, they take a lot of damage. The others, two of them, are completely intact.”
According to the source, the CIA has “a system that can detect UFOs while they are still camouflaged” and if “non-human” craft land, crash or fall to the ground, then special military units are sent to recover the debris.
Another source with knowledge of the OGA’s role said they specialize in giving the US military covert access to areas of the world where they are not normally allowed, such as behind the front lines.
“Basically, they help people get in and out of countries,” the source said. They are very smart and can go anywhere in the world they want.”
Several sources with knowledge of the OGA’s activities said DailyMail.comthat most of its operations are related to more conventional tasks of searching for, for example, wandering nuclear weapons, downed satellites or enemy technology.
But they claim that some of the missions coordinated by the OGA were related to the search for UFOs.
“The challenge is simply to get him into custody and maintain secrecy,” one source said. – The actual physical extraction is carried out by the military. But it is not kept under military control because they have to keep too many records. So they transfer them into private hands quite quickly.”
Documents released by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in December 2016 showed that OGA was one of 56 branches of the CIA, and its chief and deputy made up two of 286 director-level officials at the spy agency.
In an unclassified organizational chart released by the CIA in October 2015, OGA is listed among nine offices in the agency’s “science and technology” wing.
CIA expert Jeffrey Richelson later wrote in his 2016 book about the agency that the OGA was created in 2003 and cited a description of the CIA that said it “brings together analysis, technology and craft to attack the toughest targets.” and enabling the collection of information around the world.”
A 255-word biography of former OGA Deputy Director Doug Wolfe published at an aerospace conference in 2017 says he “helped found the Office of Global Access.”
Wolfe’s biography also cryptically notes that he was “responsible for leading and managing strategic covert access programs that provide intelligence from the most challenging restricted areas” and “served as a program manager responsible for the end-to-end acquisition of an innovative new source and method for MK [разведывательного сообщества]”.
Two sources said DailyMail.comthat OGA coordinates its work with special operations forces such as the Navy SEALs or Delta Force at the Pentagon’s Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), or with nuclear weapons specialists such as the Nuclear Contingency Support Team (NEST) ) to collect a crashed or fallen ship.
However, another source who briefed members of Congress on the proposed search for the crashed ship said NEST was not involved in any of those operations.
An agency representative also denies any involvement.
“NEST staff regularly encounter materials of unknown origin,” an agency spokesman said. – In fact, one of NEST’s missions is to help determine the origin of nuclear material intercepted outside regulatory control or used in a nuclear device. During its work, NEST has never encountered materials related to NAYA.”
In a written statement, a JSOC spokesman said DailyMail.com: “We have nothing for you on this matter.”
A former member of the Navy SEAL team said DailyMail.comthat they were involved in operations coordinated by the CIA to recover high-value enemy weapons obtained through illegal means, and that they knew colleagues who were involved in similar operations, recovering high-tech objects, although not necessarily of extraterrestrial origin.
“It definitely happens,” the former Navy SEAL said. We even come across ammunition or weapons that we have never seen – we find it all and bring it back with us.”
Air Force Special Operations Command’s 24th Special Tactics Squadron, based at Pope Field Army Air Force Base in North Carolina, was also involved in securing areas to search for crashed UFOs, one of the sources said.
The CIA often hands over debris or materials for analysis to private aerospace contractors, where they are not subject to strict government audits and may be protected by trade secrets, the sources said.
“The CIA is the portfolio manager or owner of the Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UNI) debris recovery operations,” said DailyMail.com one of the sources who shared his information with Congress.
“DOE National Laboratories are the materials analysis contractor for all cases involving recovered radioisotopes, but not always only for radioisotope materials. The aerospace and defense industry are also contractors that do not specifically deal with recovered radioisotopes, but they do deal with other non-radioactive materials – and intact ships.”
According to several sources, many of those involved in these programs may not even realize that they are dealing with non-human ships due to the strict secrecy and confidentiality of information in such top-secret programs.
In an interview with podcaster Joe Rogan on Wednesday, whistleblower David Grush cited the example of 1940s Manhattan Project engineers who didn’t know they were working on fuses for an atomic bomb that would eventually be dropped on Japan.
The late Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told the New Yorker in 2021 that leading defense company Lockheed Martin was one of the private contractors storing debris from potentially alien devices.
“I’ve been told for decades that Lockheed has some of these found materials,” he said.
As majority leader, Reed was part of the Gang of Eight, a select group of lawmakers who were given access to the nation’s most sensitive secrets, too sensitive to be shared widely in Congress.
But even he was denied access to these supposed programs, he told the magazine.
“I tried to get, as far as I remember, secret permission from the Pentagon so that I could look at these materials. They did not give such permission. I don’t know what the numbers were, what the classification was, but they didn’t give me that permission.”
In 2008, Reed helped create a new UFO investigation unit at the Pentagon to study the regular encounters of U.S. military pilots and other military personnel with strange objects in the skies and seas.
In June, former senior intelligence officer Grush said that while working in the Pentagon’s UFO unit, he discovered that there was a secret US program aimed at extracting new technology from numerous “non-human” vehicles dating back to the 1930s.
The former National Reconnaissance Office employee’s claims were deemed “urgent and credible” by the intelligence community’s inspector general, to whom Grush said he provided documents corroborating his story and, in July 2021, introduced approximately 40 witnesses involved in the alleged “reverse” program. developments” UFO.
Earlier this year, Senate Intelligence Committee member Marco Rubio told NewsNation that he had spoken with some of the program’s “insiders” who were allegedly working to obtain new technology from potentially captured alien ships.
“There are people who have shared information with our committee over the last couple of years,” Rubio said in a June 26 interview. – Some of these people still work in the government. Many of them are very afraid. They’re afraid for their jobs, they’re afraid for their clearances, they’re afraid for their careers. Some of them are afraid that they may be harmed. Most of these people at one time, and perhaps even now, held very high security clearances and high positions in our government. Some of these statements are beyond anything any of us have ever dealt with. If this is even partially true, then someone has broken the law. There were violations. Because these things need to be reported to Congress.”
Top lawmakers appear to be taking allegations of UFOs hidden in secret bunkers seriously.
Senate Leader Schumer co-sponsored a bill to create an oversight board with powers at the presidential level, the purpose of which would be to identify and disclose information about any non-human devices or even bodies in the possession of the US government.
It requires all government agencies to submit evidence of any “unknown technology found and biological evidence of non-human intelligence” to a panel of experts who can then decide whether to make that information public.
The Senate voted for Schumer’s bill. If passed in the House, it would be added as an amendment to the annual 2024 military spending bill.
“The American public has a right to know about unknown technologies, non-human intelligence, and unexplained phenomena,” Schumer said in a July press release announcing the amendment.
Missouri Republican Congressman Eric Burlison, who is part of an informal faction of lawmakers pushing for greater transparency about UFOs, said DailyMail.comthat the sources’ statements gave him and his colleagues a lead in the investigation.
“It’s these kinds of special programs that we were trying to find out about,” he said. “It was so difficult to do because we couldn’t get specific information from either Grush or the inspector general.” [разведывательного сообщества]. I cannot unequivocally confirm the veracity of this information. But it certainly gives us a trail to follow. I think that if such objects really exist, then even if they do not give us any information other than this, I believe that we have an obligation to disclose this data to the whole world.”