In a new paper, Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb and AARO director Sean Kirkpatrick say that evaluations of UAP must rely on known physics.
Incidents involving several objects downed over North America have renewed debate over excessive secrecy and unidentified flying objects.
Micah Hanks looks at the recent shoot-down of several objects over North America, along with a discussion with journalist Leslie Kean.
A U.F.O. shot down over Alaska on orders from President Biden raises concerns over possible surveillance efforts by adversaries like China.
They may not have been called “Foo Fighters” at the time, but Royal Air Force crews saw and reported strange lights at least two years before American night-fighter crews.
Several recent pilot UFO sightings may have been explained, but ongoing incidents involving unidentified aerial phenomena point to safety issues and other challenges for aviators.
At its new home in New Mexico, the National UFO Historical Records Center is set to become the largest archive of historical records on UAP ever assembled.
With NASA's UAP study now underway, in recent days we learned who the space agency has selected to collect and study data related to the phenomenon.
A Ukrainian UAP study claiming to have captured images of unknown aerial objects has been taken to task by astronomers with the country's National Academy of Sciences.
Could intelligent aliens be hiding from us? A new research paper asks if a unique astronomical phenomenon could effectively hide Earth from any friendly aliens' view.
“Where is everybody?” quipped Enrico Fermi, progenitor of the Fermi paradox. Now, Christopher Mellon examines an updated, similar concept he calls the “UAP paradox."
75 Years Ago, an incident in the New Mexico desert gave rise to one of America's most iconic UFO controversies.
New language proposed for inclusion in the 2023 NDAA aims to ensure transparency about information the Pentagon collects on UAP.
In 1947, the public narrative about flying saucers began with the Kenneth Arnold sighting, deepened in mystery with the Roswell crash, saw the creation of both the Air Force and the CIA, then ended with the famous Twining Memo… and nothing has been the same since.
The long-awaited documentary about a 1994 UFO sighting by students at the Ariel School in Zimbabwe is an emotional journey worth taking.
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.
Here's what the Pentagon’s track record with UAP says about its level of transparency, and what must change going forward.
Before the Phoenix Lights, "Incident 40" involved photos of an alleged UFO, and perhaps one of the first appearances of the Men in Black.
A once-classified version of the ODNI's June 2021 UAP report presents a clearer picture of the U.S. government's UAP investigations, but also raises new questions.
One of the largest scientific conferences dealing with the study of anomalous phenomena occurring in U.S. airspace has just been announced, according to a leading scientific coalition that studies aerial mysteries.
Retired USAF officers have reported UAP in close proximity to military sites for decades. It is time for congress to demand answers.
The FOIA process is one of the strongest tools available to citizens seeking information from the government... but it is also rife with problems.
What is the position of the National Security Agency (NSA), arguably one of the most secretive groups in America's security apparatus, on UFOs?
Modern questions about UAP mirror what was being debated seventy years ago during Project Sign, the first USAF study of the phenomenon.
Balloon, UFO, or something else? Questions remain over one of the most famous--and tragic--UFO incidents of the 1940s
Is the USAF beginning to show serious concern regarding the UAP issue? It could be that the tide is finally turning.
The U.S. Air Force and its component organizations have detected and tracked thousands of UAP from 2004 to 2021... but you wouldn't know that from their official statements on the subject.
In the early morning hours of January 5, 2000, something odd was observed in the skies by police officers in southern Illinois. What was the St. Clair Triangle UFO?
This week, The Intelligence Brief takes a trip back in time, as we take a look at how people in decades envisioned the future world of 2022.
It is frequently cited as one of the most solid, well-researched reports of UFO activity in history: the 1994 Lakeshore, Michigan UFO Sighting.
As The Debrief looks back on its first year in business, one of the big areas we have covered involves the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, or SETI.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks says the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG) will assume the current duties of the Navy’s UAP task force.
Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines and a range of panelists gathered to address space, the future, and humankind’s search for the unexplained.
This week, we examine Russia's aspirations for the country’s new state armament program, and how this relates to unidentifed aerial threats.
Calling on Congress for public hearings, several former USAF officers say they witnessed UFOs during incidents at nuclear bases.
Recent legislation approved by the House Intelligence Committee includes a mandate that would increase the sharing of data collected about unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP), according to language within the bill.
The subject of “unidentified aerial phenomena” or “UAP,” more commonly known as UFOs, has surprisingly become a topic...
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… in this edition we’ll be looking at 1) The...
As UFO interest reaches unprecedented heights, renewed favor for the "extraterrestrial hypothesis" reveals a new challenge for scientists.
The FAA has now confirmed that it documents UFO reports, in contrast with the agency's history of avoiding involvement with the subject.
A recent government report on UAP resulted in increased media attention, and individuals of high standing taking more interest in the topic.
Americans have been left wondering whether information the U.S. government is collecting on UFO incidents will be provided to scientists for independent evaluation.
In a cryptic tweet, Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) appeared to troll the United States over its renewed...
Welcome to this week’s Intelligence Brief… on the heels of last week’s big release of the UAP Task...
Several theories have been brought forward to explain it, but the Tunguska event remains a mystery over a hundred years later.
The Debrief has analyzed the Government's recent report on unidentified aerial phenomena with significant takeaways and predictions about what comes next.
A highly anticipated report detailing the U.S. government's assessments of military encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) has just been released.
In 1969, when the Condon Committee issued its final report condemning the subject of UFOs, Ray Mabus was...