US has recovered technology that 'did not originate on this earth

  •  Former defense official Christopher Mellon says the US has recovered technology that 'did not originate on this earth
  • Mellon made the claim ahead of Congress UFO hearing Wednesday 
  • The 65-year-old served as Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in the Clinton and Bush administrations 
  • White House National Security chief says UFOs are having an 'impact on our training ranges' and need to be treated as a 'legitimate issue'
  • By LAURA PARNABY FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
  • Former intelligence chief Christopher Mellon has said he believes the US has recovered technology that 'did not originate on this earth'. 
  • Former intelligence chief Christopher Mellon has said he believes the US has recovered technology that 'did not originate on this earth'. 
  • Ahead of a scheduled Congress hearing about UFOs on Wednesday, Mellon said America 'may have in our possession off-world technology recovered from someone else's space program'. 
  • The 65-year-old served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in the Clinton and Bush administrations, and he now works as a private equity investor. 
  • Mellon said he expects some 'new information' will surface at the House Oversight Committee hearing on unidentified aerial phenomena - or UFOs - which will also be attended by Air Force and intelligence agency veteran David Grusch on Wednesday. 
  • 'I expect Dave will provide some new information that we have not heard before,' Mellon told NewsNation's Chris Cuomo on Monday evening. 
  • 'The objective here, I think, and the opportunity, is for the American people to come to better understand why it is that so many in Congress actually take seriously the idea that there are UFOs, UAP (unexplained aerial phenomenon) that are violating U.S. airspace and the associated rumor, allegation, that we may have in our possession off-world technology recovered from someone else's space program.
  • 'I've been told that we have recovered technology that did not originate on this Earth, by officials in the Department of Defense and by former intelligence officials,' he added. 
  • Government officials have disputed this - in April, Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick of DOD's All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) Mellon suggested that AARO was not best suited to investigating the issue of recovered technology. 
  • 'This is like asking the Reagan administration to investigate the Iran-Contra affair,' he said. 
  • 'I think (AARO) can serve a very important purpose in terms of investigating, getting the agencies to share information, collating it, developing collection strategies - but when you're talking about investigating this allegation of recovered materials, that's a different matter.
  • 'I think Congress has to drive that investigation itself.'
  • But Mellon said there are 'credible witnesses who are in 'direct conflict between what Dr Kirkpatrick is saying' 
  • 'Congress is in the middle and they've got to sort it out,' he told Cuomo. 
  • This will begin with Wednesday's hearing involving three military witnesses, who Congressman Tim Burchett described as 'dynamite witnesses'. 
  • 'They're professionals. They're military,' the Tennessee Republican said. 'They're people that were there and saw what they saw.' 
  • The first is Air Force and intelligence agency veteran David Grusch — whose jaw-dropping claims of an illegal UFO crash retrieval program operating within the classified world were made public this June.
  • The other two witnesses, announced via press release last week, will be retired US Navy veteran fighter pilots Commander David Fravor, witness to the 2004 Nimitz 'Tic Tac' UFO; and Lieutenant Ryan Graves, whose Naval squadron captured the infamous GIMBAL and GOFAST UFOs on infra-red video in 2015
  • In April 2020, the Pentagon officially released three videos taken by US Navy pilots that reportedly show 'unexplained aerial phenomena'.
  • The footage that had been previously acknowledged as real by the Navy, capture what pilots recorded on their video sensors during training flights in 2004 and 2015.

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