Thursday, April 20, 2023

UFO, UAP Senate Hearing with AARO's Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick Testifying (VIDEO)

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"... AARO has found no credible evidence thus far of extraterrestrial activity, off world technology or objects that defy the known laws of physics." –Dr. Sean Kirpatrick

     Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the newly established All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Wednesday, April 19th, 2023. The committee invited Dr. Kirkpatrick to provide an update on the agency's progress since its inception.

Dr. Kirkpatrick opened his testimony by stating that the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office has been working tirelessly to identify and mitigate anomalies across all domains (space, air and sea). The agency's primary mission is to detect and resolve potential anomalies in real-time to ensure operational readiness across all branches of the military.

Dr. Kirkpatrick went on to describe the agency's accomplishments over the past year, including the development of a sophisticated data analytics platform capable of analyzing large volumes of data from various sources. The platform can identify patterns and potential anomalies in real-time and provide actionable insights to military commanders.

He also discussed the agency's efforts to improve communication and collaboration between various branches of the military. By sharing data and insights, the agency has been able to identify potential anomalies before they become major issues, resulting in increased operational readiness and reduced risk to military personnel.

Dr. Kirkpatrick concluded his testimony by expressing his appreciation for the committee's support and emphasizing the importance of the agency's mission. He stressed that the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office is committed to continuing its efforts to enhance military readiness and ensure the safety of our nation's servicemen and women.

In conclusion, Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick's testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee highlights the critical work being done by the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office to ensure the safety and operational readiness of our military. Through the development of advanced data analytics tools and improved collaboration, the agency is making significant strides in detecting and resolving potential anomalies in real-time.

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