The All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), is looking to hire a new Deputy Director, according to a vacancy on the website of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) that expires on Friday.
The Debrief recently caught up with Stanford professor of pathology Garry Nolan, who discusses his research involving unidentified anomalous phenomena.
Here are the key takeaways you likely missed from the recent Senate hearings on AARO and unidentified aerial phenomena.
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.
On April 19, 2023, exactly 248 years after the Lexington-Concord Battle, a public Senate hearing on UAP is to be held by the Senate Committee on Armed Services.
Despite U.S. warnings, global allies appear unconcerned by the implications of adversarial airborne surveillance or unidentified aerial phenomena.
Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb joins us to discuss a recent paper he and AARO director Sean Kirkpatrick authored on the physics of UAP.
This week on The Micah Hanks Program, we analyze President Biden's recent statements on unidentified aerial objects shot down over North America.
Retired U.S. Navy fighter pilot Alex Dietrich shares her thoughts on the power of cooperation in solving unidentified aerial phenomena.
On Thursday, President Biden spoke for the first time regarding a series of recent incidents involving the downing of unidentified objects detected in U.S. and Canadian airspace.
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, our double-sized analysis will be focusing on four key takeaways you might have missed from the 2022 Annual Report on UAP.
This week we analyze a recent DOD media roundtable on the efforts of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) and its UAP studies.
In this Thanksgiving installment of the Intelligence Brief Newsletter, we look at the latest status of a "missing" UAP report scheduled to be delivered to Congress last month.
The DoD says the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), the newest iteration of its UAP investigations, will continue the efforts of the UAP Task Force.