This week, Pentagon officials addressed a second round of strikes in Syria following ongoing attacks against U.S. forces.
This week, the Department of Defense announced that the United States carried out a “self-defense strike” in Eastern Syria.
The Pentagon has announced that AARO has a new secure portal for U.S. personnel to report UAP... but there are problems right out of the gate.
This week, a U.S. government video that reportedly depicts an anomalous aerial vehicle revealed earlier this year could now have an explanation.
President Biden visited Tel Aviv on Wednesday, arriving to tragic news of a deadly explosion at a hospital in Gaza.
This week our analysis looks at the latest developments involving the 2023 Israel-Hamas War, and how U.S. officials have responded to the attacks in recent days.
The results of a recent survey are in, and they are casting a bleak picture of American attitudes when it comes to potential doomsday scenarios for the immediate future.
This week, the Pentagon has voiced concern over the potential for a U.S. government shutdown.
The U.S. Navy made history with the first Pacific crossing of a pair of its unmanned surface vessels amidst rising tensions with China.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… the results of an assessment by NASA’s Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) Independent Study Team are in. In our analysis, we’ll be looking at 1) what the study set out to achieve,...
This week's newsletter looks at the DoD's new Replicator initiative to leverage autonomous systems against emerging military threats.
This week, we look at the DOD and its plans to use artificial intelligence (AI) to help monitor the airspace over the nation’s capital.
As things start gearing up for the 2024 election season, the UAP question already managed to make its way into the first round of debates featuring eight GOP hopefuls.
Google is reportedly working on a new secret AI project amidst turmoil in the tech industry's race toward AI dominance.
In this week's Intelligence Brief newsletter, we look at a recent report involving UAP whistleblower David Grusch’s past struggles since leaving active duty.
This week, we examine recent tests being carried out by NASA are paving the way for the historic first rocket launch from Mars.
This week's Intelligence Brief newsletter looks at the key takeaways from the latest in a recent series of Congressional hearings on unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).
This week, we look at the latest news in advance of next week’s National Security Subcommittee Hearing on UAP.
This week, we’ll be looking at the James Webb Space Telescope's recent achievements as it reached one year since heading into orbit.
This week's Intelligence Brief examines DARPA's new SHIELD program, which aims to protect warfighters against infections from pathogens.
The “Godfather of AI” has returned to offer more words of caution about the potential issues humankind could face in the future with AI.
The Search for Titan: Knocking Sounds, a Debris Field, and Breaking Developments in the Rescue Effort
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… as the search for a missing submersible has captured the world’s attention, this week we’ll be analyzing the rescue effort and examining 1) what we currently know about the search for...
DARPA and JPL team up with the SafeDocs program to provide new tools that allow safe access to online documents.
This week, a whistleblower has claimed the U.S. government is withholding information about non-human craft from Congress.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… yesterday, members of a NASA independent study team that are conducting an evaluation of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) convened for their first public meeting. In our analysis this week, we’ll be...
This week, U.S. intelligence officials and industry leaders issued a warning about Volt Typhoon, a new state-sponsored Chinese hacking threat.
As world leaders convene for the annual G7 Summit, we’ll be analyzing the location, significance and other details about this year's meeting.
This week we take a look at the DoD's National Defense Science and Technology Strategy (NDSTS), outlining the Pentagon’s most urgent science and technology goals and other priorities.
The "Godfather of A.I." has taken a big step back to warn us about the potential perils such technology might ensure in the years ahead.
This week's newsletter examines the latest concerns arising from U.S. top-secret document leaks, and what they convey about China and Russia’s space programs.
In this week's Intelligence Brief newsletter, we examine the controversies surrounding yesterday's Senate UAP hearing, and several key takeaways that many critics of AARO overlooked.
This week we analyze a recent U.S. classified document leak that reveals new details on Western allies and the war in Ukraine.
This week, we take a look at the successful rocket-powered test flight of the new Mk-II Aurora space plane by Dawn Aerospace.
An international team of researchers says that they may have discovered something new about fast radio bursts that could help scientists determine more about their nature.
This week we look at Google's announcement that it will soon begin opening access to Bard, its newest and most advanced chatbot.
This week, we look at the NRL's efforts to use laser power beaming with its Space Wireless Energy Laser Link (SWELL).
This week's newsletter examines an annual report from the ODNI detailing Intelligence Commnunity's threat forecast for the coming year.
This week we look at how asteroid samples delivered to Earth by a Japanese spacecraft could shed light on the mysterious origins of life on Earth.
This week's Intelligence Brief newsletter examines the Pentagon's recent statements on whether China plans to provide lethal aid to Russia.
This week's Intelligence Brief looks at a recent classified briefing on the three objects recently shot down over North America, and what U.S. Senators had to say about it.
This week's Intelligence Brief newsletter examines the recent Chinese spy balloon controversy, and the current intelligence U.S. officials have gathered on it.
This week, we look at OpenAI’s impressive chatbot ChatGPT, and what it told The Debrief in a series of candid responses to our questions.
Nuclear Thermal Propulsion Spacecraft May Carry Humans to Mars, as U.S. Announces First Testing in 50 Years
A nuclear thermal rocket is under development by the U.S., which could produce a spacecraft capable of manned missions to Mars.
This week, our double-sized analysis will be focusing on four key takeaways you might have missed from the 2022 Annual Report on UAP.
Officials in Utah have been perplexed by the appearance of "mystery antennas" that have been cropping up in remote locations on public lands.
This week, we analyze NASA's next-generation telescope NEO Surveyor, which will hunt for "dark" asteroids and comets.
This week we analyze a recent DOD media roundtable on the efforts of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) and its UAP studies.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… while the big news this week involves the U.S. Department of Energy’s historic achievement of fusion ignition, elsewhere, advances in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) in recent days are pointing to promising results....