The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) announced on June 25 about at least 143 UFO or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) between the years 2004 and 2021 that are “unexplained.”

Most of them were witnessed by military aviators and captured by systems considered reliable. Also, 80 cases involved their detection with “multiple sensors,” according to Breitbart on June 25. 

These latter events “probably do represent physical objects given that a majority of UAP were registered across multiple sensors, to include radar, infrared, electro-optical, weapon seekers, and visual observation.”

In addition, only one of the phenomena was considered “high confidence.” “In that case, we identified the object as a large, deflating balloon. The others remain unexplained,” the report notes. 

Although the observed ‘objects’ evidenced unusual flight characteristics, the report attempts to explain them away by discrediting the sensors or the people who experienced them.

Because they “could be the result of sensor errors, spoofing, or observer misperception and require additional rigorous analysis.”

After the 16 years of UFO sightings referred to in the release, it was only in 2019 that the Navy established a standardized protocol for reporting them. The Air Force adopted that mechanism in November 2020.

It is noteworthy that these phenomena have been recorded since 1947, the year in which a UFO crash was reported in Roswell, New Mexico, from which bodies and aircraft wreckage were apparently recovered. 

Regarding this case, the investigator of the UFO phenomenon, Anthony Bragalia, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) a report from the Pentagon. He admits that he has in his possession and has examined remains of UFO accidents.

The document adds that it “refers to UFO/UAP material and ‘physical debris recovered by personnel of the Department of Defense as residue, flotsam, shot-off material or crashed UAPs or unidentified flying objects.”

He also describes advanced technology and the properties of a type of metal called Nitinol, which has the property of regaining its original shape once folded.

“Nitinol is a shape-memory alloy that ‘remembers’ its original shape when folded or crunched, and snaps back seamlessly and instantly,” details Bragalia.

On the other hand, writer Tom Rogan notes oddly that the CIA is not part of the report, and the word “nuclear” is omitted in the report.

“The saturation of credible sightings of the most extraordinary UAPs by the U.S. Navy bears a direct connection to the nuclear reactors that power U.S. aircraft carriers and submarines,” Rogan notes, adding that the government has validated this connection. 

He adds: “Noteworthy here is the apparent absence of undersea sonar and acoustic data, of which there is a significant quantity and quality related to this subject.”

For his part, the international researcher of the UFO phenomenon, Erich von Däniken, Swiss, suggests that the Biden administration hides a lot of information on the subject. 

“Today, the U.S. government officially announced that there were UFOs, but they didn’t know what they were. That’s not true! They know exactly what it is because they have examined the wreckage of crashed UFOs. The truth is only being proclaimed bit by bit!”

While observers cannot be certain that the Biden administration continues to withhold information about the UFO phenomenon, the data absences noted allow them to generate suspicions in that regard.