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Department of Defense Unveils Website Providing Public Information About Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena

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Department of Defense Unveils Website Providing Public Information About Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena

The Department of Defense said on Thursday that its All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office has launched a website for the public dissemination of declassified information regarding resolved cases of unidentified anomalous phenomena, including photos and videos.

According to a Pentagon news release, the website will also provide the public with UAP reports, a frequently-asked-questions page and links to relevant resources, such as applicable laws and tracking facility sites.

AARO will launch on the website this fall a secure tool to receive UAP-related reports from current and former U.S. government employees, service members and contractors, the Department of Defense said. A system enabling the general public to file UAP reports will be announced later.

AARO was created in July 2022 from the former Airborne Object Identification and Management Group and reporting to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security. 

In a related development, NewsNation reported on Thursday an AARO leadership reshuffle, with Deputy Secretary Of Defense Kathleen Hicks to handle the office and its current director, Sean Kirkpatrick, reporting directly to her.

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