According to retired Major David Grusch, a distinguished former US Air Force intelligence officer, there exists a fascinating revelation that the United States has been meticulously safeguarding a well-kept secret about Aliens – a clandestine and longstanding program specifically designed for the retrieval and meticulous reverse engineering of enigmatic unidentified flying objects (UFOs).
As an individual who has served his country with unwavering dedication and expertise, Maj. David Grusch stands as a credible and reliable source for such astonishing claims about Aliens. His valuable insights into the realm of intelligence and military operations lend undeniable weight to this startling assertion, which has captured the attention and intrigue of both enthusiasts and skeptics alike.
While much remains shrouded in secrecy, Major David Grusch’s revelation in his video in US Congress, undoubtedly adds another layer of intrigue to the ongoing UFO and Aliens phenomenon. As we eagerly await further developments and the potential unearthing of additional information, one thing is certain – the world of UFOs and Aliens continues to captivate our imaginations and challenge our understanding of what lies beyond the boundaries of our planet.
This is the full conversation
Ms. Mace, thank you Mr. Chairman, and good morning to our witnesses who are testifying today. I want to thank each of you for being here to discuss a topic of grave importance to our national security. Earlier this year, a Chinese spy balloon was shot down off the coast of my home state of South Carolina. Since the Roswell incident in 1947, many Americans have wondered about the dangers of unknown objects crisscrossing our skies, whether these are UAPs or weather phenomena, advanced technology from American allied or enemy forces, or something more out of this world.
Ms. Mace- My first question, I have several questions and I’ll ask each of you the same question and then I’ll get to each of you individually. The first one, when you reported your experiences with a UAP, did any of you face any repercussions with your superiors? Yes or no.
Mr. Grusch answers- “No, I’ve actually never seen anything personally, believe it or not.”
Ms. Mace- So, all right. And then, do you believe there’s an active disinformation campaign within our government to deny the existence of UAPs? Yes or no.
Mr. Graves- “I don’t have an answer to that”, Mr. Grusch “As previously stated publicly, yes”. Mr. Favor “I think previously with Project Blue Book, yes. But currently, I don’t speak for the United States government.”
Ms. Mace- Thank you. I have a few questions for Mr. Graves. What percentage of UAP sightings, in your belief, go unreported by our pilots?
Mr. Graves- “It’s an approximation based on my personal experience speaking with a number of pilots, but I would estimate we’re somewhere near five percent reporting, perhaps. So, like 95 basically don’t report seeing UAP. That’s just my personal estimate.”
Ms. Mace- In the incident off Virginia Beach, do you believe the Navy took the danger to your aircraft seriously after it was reported?
Mr. Graves- “Absolutely.”
Ms. Mace- A few questions for Mr. Favor. As an expert naval aviator, have you ever seen an object that looked and moved like the Tic-tac UAP? Did the Tic-tac UAP move in such a way that defied the laws of physics the way we understand them?
Mr. Favor- “Yes, many dismissed UAP reports as classified weapons testing by our own government.”
Ms. Mace- But in your experience as a pilot, does our government typically test advanced weapon systems right next to multimillion-dollar jets without informing our pilots?
Mr. Favor- “No, we have test ranges for that.”
Ms. Mace- It took over 15 years for your encounter with the tic-tac to be declassified. Do you feel there was a good reason to prevent lawmakers from having access to this footage?
Mr. Favor- “No, I just think it was ignored when it happened and it just sat somewhere in a file, never got reported, in a drawer.”
Ms. Mace- Mr. Grusch, a couple of questions for you too, sir. This morning, what percentage of UAPs do you feel are adequately investigated by the US government of the five percent that is reported?
Mr. Grusch- “I could only speak for my personal leadership over at NGA. I tried to look at every report that came through that I could triage.”
Ms. Mace- So, do you believe that officials at the highest levels of our national security apparatus have unlawfully withheld information from Congress and subverted our oversight authority?
Mr. Grusch- “There are certain elected leaders that had more information that I’m not sure what they’ve shared with certain Gang of Eight members or etc., but certainly, I would not be surprised.”
Ms. Mace- You’ve stated that the government is in possession of potentially non-craft based on your experience and extensive conversations with experts. Do you believe our government has made contact with intelligent extraterrestrials?
Mr. Grusch- “Something I can’t discuss in a public setting.”
Ms. Mace- Okay, and I can’t ask when you think this occurred if you believe we have crashed craft. As I’ve stated publicly already in my News Nation interview, biologics came with some of these recoveries.
Mr. Grusch- “Yeah, human biologics, non-human. And that was the assessment of people with direct knowledge of the program I talked to that are currently still in the program.”
These are some of the conversations that are between Ms. Mace, Mr. Grusch, Mr. Favor, and Mr. Graves.
During the hearings, the lawmakers heard extraordinary testimonies from individuals who had encounters with UFOs and Aliens secret.
UAP sightings are grossly underreported and are not rare or isolated incidents. Military aircrew and commercial pilots, who rely on accurate identification, frequently witness these phenomena. However, the stigma attached to UAP poses challenges to national security and silences witnesses.
As a former F18 Foxtrot pilot in the Navy Fighter Attack Squadron 11, stationed at NAS Oceana in Virginia Beach, I personally experienced encounters with UAP. After radar system upgrades, we began detecting unknown objects in our airspace. These sightings were not mere radar errors, as we were able to correlate the radar tracks with multiple onboard sensors.
During a training mission in Warning Area Whiskey 72, located 10 miles off the coast of Virginia Beach, two F18 Super Hornets encountered a UAP. The object, described as a dark gray or black cube inside a clear sphere, came within 50 feet of the lead aircraft and was estimated to be 5 to 15 feet in diameter. The mission commander immediately terminated the flight and returned to base.
Despite submitting a safety report, there was no official acknowledgment of the incident, and there was no proper mechanism in place to report these sightings. The frequency of these encounters led aircrew to discuss the risk of UAP during their regular preflight briefings.
The Lack of Tangible Evidence for UFOs and Aliens
Over the years, governments, organizations, and individuals have meticulously documented and scrutinized numerous incidents involving unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and some individuals about Area 51 where it is believed that Aliens are kept there, they also claim that experiments are done on dead Aliens. These incidents have given rise to a vast collection of captivating visual records and firsthand accounts from eyewitnesses, contributing to the growing body of UFO-related evidence. Yet, amidst this wealth of information, the fundamental question persists: where is the tangible, irrefutable evidence that establishes the existence of alien life?
In 2021, the U.S. government took an unprecedented step by releasing an official report that addressed the UFO phenomenon head-on. The report candidly stated that the captured flying objects in the unclassified videos lacked any verifiable extraterrestrial connections. While this acknowledgment undoubtedly represents a significant milestone in the realm of UFO disclosure, it also underscores the challenge of bridging the gap between observations and conclusive evidence.