NASA Had a UFO Briefing With a Dept. of Defense Task Force. No One Knows Why
NASA was briefed by a new DoD organization on UFO sightings! And, while no one knows why, we can assume that the government is taking it seriously.
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Several agencies of the U.S. government are discussing UFOs.
The Department of Defense (DoD) established the UAP Task Force (UAPTF) in August of 2020, created to "improve its understanding of, and gain insight into, the nature and origins of [Unidentified Aerial Phenomena]," and in its first month of operation, the organization held a briefing with NASA to discuss UFOs in a secure setting, according to a document obtained by a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request initially reported by The Black Vault.
In other words, NASA was asked to discuss UFOs, in addition to its Earth- and space-based means of observing alleged sightings with the new DoD organization in a highly secure virtual meeting.
And no one knows why.
A new government organization briefed NASA on UFOs
"During the course of its work, the UAPTF has reached out to organizations across DoD, the Intelligence Community, and the U.S. government," said Susan Gough, a Pentagon spokesperson, to The Black Vault. "For security reasons, we will not detail the contributions of specific organizations to the UAPTF's work, nor the areas discussed with every organization as part of the UAPTF's investigations." Gough has remained an unswerving voice for UAP or UFO comments from the U.S. government, and made the statement after working with NASA to write a comprehensive reply. All to say Gough was speaking both for the UAPTF and NASA.