Monday, November 22, 2021

The Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office

The Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office

Senator Heinrich Joins Transparency Effort on UFOs

     No more sweeping sightings of unidentified flying objects under the rug.

That’s what Sen. Martin Heinrich and a few other senators are hoping for. The bipartisan group last week introduced an
By Ryan Boetel
Albuquerque Journal
amendment to the Defense Authorization Act that would create an office tasked with collecting and reporting data related to unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAPs – essentially, UFOs.

The Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office would be part of the Department of Defense and work in coordination with the Department of National Intelligence, according to officials in Heinrich’s office.

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