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Following a 2017 FOIA request petitioning the Pentagon's Defense Intelligence Agency for documents relating to the AATIP program, UFO researcher Anthony Bragalia received a remarkable response to his query consisting of a cache of information confirming the possession of materials recovered from UAP crashes. The stack of documents - totaling 150 pages - contains stunning revelations about the ongoing research and development derived from alleged E.T. debris.
In his FOIA request, Bragalia specifically asked for any and all information pertaining to properties and composition of UFO/UAP material held by the government and its contractors. Included in the disclosed D.I.A pages that Anthony received, references are made to Nitinol, a metamaterial with properties very similar to the famous 'memory metal' that is claimed to have been recovered after the Roswell crash. Although the Pentagon withheld several pages of sensitive information, and the documents released were heavily redacted, these recent admission by the U.S. goverment is a step forward in the long and arduous disclosure movement for more UFO transparency. Read Anthony's blog entry below:
A decorated Army Air Force Commander and General, Clements McMullen, personally installed his own son to the Roswell base after the 1947 UFO crash to spy on involved personnel.