National Security Subcommittee Hearing on UAP: Here’s What to Expect Next Week | UAP


Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… with the latest in a series of Congressional hearings on unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) quickly approaching, this week in our analysis, we’ll be looking at 1) the latest news on next week’s National Security Subcommittee Hearing on UAP, 2) who the witnesses are that will be providing testimony during the hearing, and 3) what we can expect out of next week’s open session.

Quote of the Week

“The status quo on the part of the U.S. government has been to leave the American public in the dark regarding information about UAPs, refuse to answer questions posed by whistleblowers, avoid the concerns Americans have about the possible threats UAPs pose to our national security and public safety, and default to extreme and unnecessary over-classification.”

– Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.)

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UAP stands for “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” while UFO stands for “Unidentified Flying Object”. Many experts in the field found UFO was being ridiculed and reports were not being taken seriously. It’s thought UAP is a more professional term and it’s becoming increasingly more common as the US begins to seriously discuss UFO/UAP sightings.

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