Despite U.S. warnings, global allies appear unconcerned by the implications of adversarial airborne surveillance or unidentified aerial phenomena.
The Pentagon says it has no plans to release images of a series of unidentified objects recently shot down over the U.S. and Canada.
Incidents involving the shootdown of unidentified objects over North America are believed to have involved balloons carrying small payloads, officials say.
This week's Intelligence Brief newsletter examines the recent Chinese spy balloon controversy, and the current intelligence U.S. officials have gathered on it.
China’s outrage in response to the U.S. shoot-down of a suspected spy balloon falls limp in light of the facts.
Computer scientist Jacques Vallée shares his views on bringing the unique challenge UAP represents "out of the shadows and into the light of day."
A new government report details the latest findings in the DOD's ongoing investigations into unidentified anomalous phenomena (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.
This week, we look at the DOD's annual China Military Power Report, identifying China’s current military aspirations and ability to upset the international order.
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.
Ukrainian researchers say an independent study of unidentified aerial phenomena has produced images of objects that defy simple explanation.
New language proposed for inclusion in the 2023 NDAA aims to ensure transparency about information the Pentagon collects on UAP.
This week, we look at how current efforts at the Pentagon figure into concerns about an “artificial intelligence arms race”.
As the U.S. military and scientific groups continue trying to learn about UAP, maybe we should consider what the phenomena could know about us.
Join The Debrief for live coverage of the C3 Subcommittee Hearing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena on May 17, 2022 at 9 AM ET.
A leading scientific group engaged in the study of unidentified aerial phenomena is urging members of Congress to approach military witnesses with a number of specific questions during a House Panel on the subject, to be held on Tuesday.
The Debrief reached out to the DOD to learn the latest about its UAP investigative group, the AOIMSG, and its coordination with Congress on the U.S. government's ongoing UAP investigations.
The Ukraine bill, which adds $7 billion to the initial request for aid from President Biden, saw urging from DOD officials earlier this week.
Here's what the Pentagon’s track record with UAP says about its level of transparency, and what must change going forward.
As the Pentagon’s Director for Defense Intelligence and a senior executive in the Office of the Under Secretary...
This week we'll be looking at how a meteor that might have gone unnoticed was revealed to have interstellar origins, with help from the Pentagon.
Last June, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) released a public report entitled Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. The report...
With Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin testing positive for COVID 19, we look at how the coronavirus has remained a challenge to U.S. national security.
Senators, scientists, and defense experts express mixed opinions about the DoD’s latest efforts to address military encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena.
This week, we examine the DoD's all new UAP investigation effort, the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group.
The subject of “unidentified aerial phenomena” or “UAP,” more commonly known as UFOs, has surprisingly become a topic...
This week we examine the cycles of UFO interest throughout time, the pattern that emerges, and why current events involving the subject may represent something new for the future of UAP studies.
A recent government report on UAP resulted in increased media attention, and individuals of high standing taking more interest in the topic.
A highly anticipated report detailing the U.S. government's assessments of military encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) has just been released.
The Pentagon is planning for extended military operations in the Pacific, in response to growing concerns about military threats from China.
The DoD's Office of the Inspector General could have a far more critical role in the modern day "UFO mystery" than many realize.
The White House acknowledged current efforts by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to produce a report on unidentified aerial phenomenon, more commonly known as UFOs, during a press briefing on Tuesday.
This week, The Intelligence Brief examines media coverage of recent statements by former government officials, and even a former US President, on Unidentified Flying Objects.
The Pentagon has confirmed that recently leaked UAP footage was obtained by the US Navy, and is being examined by the UAP Task Force.
This week, The Intelligence Brief returns to the ever-timely analysis of the U.S. government’s investigation into unidentified aerial phenomena.
The Pentagon has confirmed that U.S. Navy personnel captured several leaked images and a video depicting unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAP.
What does the government know about unidentified aerial phenomena? This week, we look at what the latest statements from government officials suggests about this.
Marco Rubio recently weighed in on unidentified aerial phenomena, saying that the “stigma” associated with the subject has hindered government efforts at studying it.
This week, we examine hypersonics in Russia, the Pentagon's own renewed hypersonic efforts, and what NASA reports tell us about UFOs.
In this week’s edition of The Intelligence Brief, we look at The Pentagon’s new $4 million deal with Vislink and other news related to surveillance.
In one of his final acts as president, Trump signs an executive order aimed at addressing threats posed by unmanned aircraft systems.
Taken from the cockpit of an F/A-18 fighter jet, the photo shows purported unidentified aerial phenomena observed as it hovered above the ocean.
Aerial objects of unknown origin have been observed in American skies—and often within controlled military airspace—for decades.
The latest in a now long series of developments related to government studies of unidentified aerial phenomena, more...