The Pentagon has admitted to possessing and examining UFO crash wreckage in a revealing 154-page report.

Anthony Bragalia, a researcher of UFO phenomena, released the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report after it responded to a three-year-old Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request he sent for a detailed look at the UFO documents.

In the original request that was drafted in 2017 by Bragaglia, it requests access to “The original 2017 FOIA request made to the DIA that asks for the physical descriptions, properties, and composition of UFO/UAP material held by the government and its contractor.”

The document added 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.”

As detailed by the investigator, his request was “unambiguous in its meaning,” indicating that he was proud to have found a loophole to access information that is normally confidential and secret.

According to the Daily Mail, Bragalia attached the FOIA request and portions of the five documents he was given access to, comprising the full 154 pages he had.

Furthermore, in the report he shared through his UFO Explorations blog, Bragalia explained, “Although much of the reports’ details are redacted, what can be gleaned is that these technologies represent a literal quantum leap beyond the properties of all existing material known to man.”

Some pages describe advanced technology and detail the properties of a type of metal called Nitinol. “Nitinol is a shape-memory alloy that ‘remembers’ its original shape when folded or crunched, and snaps back seamlessly and instantly,” detailed Bragalia.

According to the researcher, such an alloy had similar properties to the ‘memory metal’ found near the Roswell, New Mexico, UFO crash site in 1947.

The DIA letter, first shared on Bragalia’s blog, reveals that the tests were conducted by Bigelow Aerospace, one of the Department of Defense’s private contractors based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In the pages the Pentagon offered in response to the FOIA, research was being conducted at the Defense Department headquarters on whether such material could be integrated into the human body to improve health, Bragalia wrote in his blog.

He also shared in his blog that in addition to “remembering” its original shape when bent or crushed, some of these futuristic materials have the potential to make things invisible, “compress” electromagnetic energy and even slow the speed of light.

According to Bragalia, the agency ended up withholding some details about the materials, including information that could be of foreign origin. “I have determined that some portions of five documents must be withheld in part from disclosure …” he wrote.

“They are omitting information on the chemical and elemental composition of the material as well as its origin,” he detailed.

“They have omitted the names of the involved scientists as well, but I have since learned some of their names and will be contacting them,” he added. 

As Newspunch pointed out, those who worked for Bigelow Aerospace ended up being laid off from the Las Vegas plant in March of last year due to the pandemic toll, and it is not known where the UFO material may now be stored.