Saturday, April 13, 2024

Department of Defence UFO Dossier: A Glimpse into the Unidentified

Department of Defence UFO Dossier - A Glimpse into the Unidentified -

     Following in the footsteps of other countries re transparency regarding unidentified aerial phenomena UAP or UFO’s, Australia’s Department of Defence has released a 10-page dossier detailing its communications and stance on UFOs. This release was prompted
By The UFO Chronicles
by a Freedom of Information (FOI) request and includes documents created between July and October 2023.

The dossier seemingly reveals that the Australian Defence has not actively monitored reports of UFOs since 1996, citing a lack of “scientific or other compelling reason for … investigation of UAP or UFO.” The documents state that “The Defence Aviation Safety Authority and Civil Aviation Safety Authority already serve this function across flight safety issues and apparatus exist for concerns regarding National security.”

Interestingly, the dossier also references the US-based All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) within the United States Department of Defense and continues to monitor their reports. It emphasizes that AARO “found no credible evidence thus far of extra-terrestrial activity, off-world technology, or objects that defy the known laws of physics.”

The release of this dossier albeit lackluster, adds Australia to a list of countries, including the United States, UK, France, Canada, Uruguay, Brazil, Sweden et al, which have disclosed their investigations or involvement into the perplexing UFO phenomenon. It reflects a growing, re-newed legitimacy and public interest in UAPs, especially after the United States Congress made annual national intelligence reports on UAPs mandatory.

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