Former Navy pilot Ryan Graves and Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., urged more transparency from the U.S. government on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) after a historic congressional hearing with military whistleblowers.
Graves and Burchett discussed allegations of the Pentagon’s secretive handling of UAPs and programs related to crash retrieval and reverse engineering on “Sunday Night in America with Trey Gowdy.”
“Congress is now talking about this in a way they haven’t before, and I think even some of the members that attended the hearing themselves were shocked to hear what was said,” Graves said Sunday.
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Former Navy pilot Ryan Graves, ex-Navy commander David Fravor and former U.S. intelligence officer David Grusch testify before the House of Representatives subcommittee focused on UFOs (House subcommittee on National Security, the Border and Foreign Affairs)
Last week, the former U.S. Navy F-18 pilot was joined by U.S. Air Force intelligence officer David Grusch and retired U.S. Navy commander David Fravor at a House Oversight Subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs regarding UAPs, formerly known as unidentified flying objects (UFO).
Graves stated during his testimony that, “The objects that are being seen by commercial pilots are performing maneuvers that are unexplainable due to our current understanding of our technology and our capabilities as a country.”
Grusch claimed that the government was in possession of “non-human” biological material, which was allegedly recovered from retrieved crashed craft.
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Burchett has advocated for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to create a select committee on UAPs and described the situation as “beyond belief,” emphasizing the potential risk posed to both America’s military and commercial aircraft, as well as the Pentagon’s “denial” of the…