Pilots and crews from more than 15 commercial aircraft say they have recently encountered unusual "Racetrack" UAP in American airspace.
The 83-year-old scientist tells The Debrief what more than six decades of studying aerial mysteries have taught him about UAP phenomena and the scientific process.
Ukrainian researchers say an independent study of unidentified aerial phenomena has produced images of objects that defy simple explanation.
A recent Brazilian Senate hearing was organized to address the country's history of military involvement with unusual aerial objects.
The U.S. space agency says its study of UAP will begin in late 2022, and "will be made available to the public."
Sightings and video footage of aerial objects that defied explanation led one Customs and Border Patrol Agent to push for the creation of a UAP Task Force within the DHS.
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.
Navy personnel who witnessed a 2004 incident involving UAP seen from aboard the USS Ronald Reagan have now come forward with details about their striking encounter.
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.
The Biden Administration's nominee to serve as watchdog for the DoD admitted UAP was "not an issue with which I am currently familiar,” but that he is "willing to look into that and take any action that’s appropriate.”
This week, as the Senate passes a defense bill that significantly increases the Pentagon's budget, we analyze some of its key provisions, and historic implications.
Senators, scientists, and defense experts express mixed opinions about the DoD’s latest efforts to address military encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena.
Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines and a range of panelists gathered to address space, the future, and humankind’s search for the unexplained.
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.
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.
The Debrief has analyzed the Government's recent report on unidentified aerial phenomena with significant takeaways and predictions about what comes next.
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 Debrief recently spoke to experts on the subject of ball lightning, looking into some of the existing research on the often cited, but little-understood phenomenon.
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, the search for extraterrestrial life takes center stage as we examine how scientists are looking for answers to one of life's greatest questions.
2020 has seen many advances related to unidentified aerial phenomena, or UFOs, but the subject remains a historical mystery and a challenge to science.
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 Senate Intelligence Committee has requested a report... but will we get one?