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USG may have materials


After looking into this, I came to the conclusion that there were reports — some were substantive, some not so substantive — that there were actual [UAP] materials that the government and the private sector had in their possession... It is extremely important that information about the discovery of physical materials or retrieved craft come out.
Harry Reid

US Senator (D)
Senate Majority Leader

7/23/2020 | The New York Times

[Tucker Carlson]: Do you think the US government has debris from a UFO right now?

[Elizondo]: Aaah, simply put, yes.
Luis Elizondo

Director AATIP
Head of Pentagon UAP program

5/1/2019 | In Plain Sight, p. 244

Luis Elizondo's very brief answer to Tucker Carlson's question about whether the US government is in possession of recovered, crashed, and landed UFO technology hardware is 1,000% accurate. My national security NDAs prevent me from adding any further comment to this.
Dr. Eric Davis

Astrophysicist
Consultant to AATIP, Pentagon UAP study program

6/2/2019 | In Plain Sight, p. 245

[Coulthart]: Are you able to confirm to me that the US has been trying to develop recovered alien technology?

[Kobitz]: Yes, I can say that's so.
Nat Kobitz

Director of US Navy Science and Technology Development

2020 | In Plain Sight, p. 282

I will tell you, I have never said this before, but I have been told by multiple people who have credentials and access, that there is some truth to these stories [about Roswell]. So I don't discount this when people say this, I have had people who had substantial scientific or military credentials, that they believe it is true. So I encourage people on the Hill to pursue it.
Christopher Mellon

Dep. Asst. Secretary of Defense for Intelligence

5/30/2021 | The Joe Rogan Experience

I won't talk to you about what I know about [Roswell], but it’s very interesting... [Asked by his son to declassify it]... Well, I'll have to think about that one.
Donald Trump

US President (R)

6/19/2020 | NBC News

There was so much [debris at Roswell]. It was scattered over such a vast area [12 football fields]. We found a piece of metal, about a foot and a half or two feet wide, about two to three feet long, felt like it had nothing in your hands. It wasn't any thicker than the foil out of a pack of cigarettes. The thing that got me is that you couldn't even bend it, you couldn't dent it, even a sledge hammer would bounce off of it... All I could do was keep my mouth shut. Being an intelligence officer I was familiar with every, just about all the materials used in aircraft, and in air travel, this was nothing like that. It was not anything from this earth, that I am quite sure of.
Jesse Marcel

Major US Air Force
Chief Intelligence Officer, Roswell Army Air Field

[1993] | The Phenomenon

Mr. Davis, who now works for Aerospace Corporation, a defense contractor, said he gave a classified briefing to a Defense Department agency as recently as March about retrievals from “off-world vehicles not made on this earth.”

Mr. Davis said he also gave classified briefings on retrievals of unexplained objects to staff members of the Senate Armed Services Committee on Oct. 21, 2019, and to staff members of the Senate Intelligence Committee two days later.
The New York Times

No Longer in Shadows, Pentagon’s U.F.O. Unit Will Make Some Findings Public

7/23/2020 | The New York Times

We have crash retrievals and they have been analysed and unfortunately our laboratory diagnostic technologies and our material sciences and the understanding of physics that we had were not advanced enough to be able to make heads or tails of what it is, of what they had their hands on.
[Editor's note: Mr. Davis retains his security clearance and government contractor employment despite making this public claim.]
Dr. Eric Davis

Astrophysicist
Consultant to AATIP, Pentagon UAP study program

| In Plain Sight, p 155

[Rogan]: [What about the] possibility that we have obtained this extraterrestrial craft and are in the process of trying to back engineer it?

[Mellon]: That's a really ticklish question for me and awkward. And if I were to say 'Yep, it's true' nobody would believe me. If I really knew, I couldn't say yes. And it's hard to give good answers to that question. I think it's plausible. I don't think people should rule that out. There's enough information to say that may have happened. We may have recovered some debris... It would be so deeply squirreled away you wouldn't be able to bring in the best scientists, you wouldn't be able to bring in world class scientists, you would have a few people available in some aerospace company and they would be hamstrung in their ability to test and examine the material and so forth. It would just be locked away somewhere.
Christopher Mellon

Dep. Asst. Secretary of Defense for Intelligence

5/30/2021 | The Joe Rogan Experience

I talk over the following weeks with other anonymous insiders. To protect their identities, I cannot reveal much of the astonishing detail of what they told me but I am left in no doubt that they all assert that the US military, almost certainly the US Air Force, is in possession of retrieved non-terrestrial — alien — technology. Intriguingly, what I am told matches the claims made in the Admiral Wilson memo, that a private aerospace company now exercises control over this alien technology.
Ross Coulthart

Investigative journalist
Author of In Plain Sight

2021 | In Plain Sight, p 286

I was told for decades that Lockheed had some of these retrieved materials. And I tried to get, as I recall, a classified approval by the Pentagon to have me go look at the stuff. They would not approve that. I don't know what all the numbers were, what kind of classification it was, but they would not give that to me. That's why I wanted AATIP [to get Special Access Program status] to take a look at it. But they wouldn't give me the clearance.
Harry Reid

US Senator (D)
Senate Majority Leader

5/1/2021 | The New Yorker