Documents released by FOIA reveal that the Pentagon would have crashed UFO debris.
A startling admission by the United States government that it has UFO wreckage was made recently in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed more than three years ago by Anthony Bragalia.
Some of this material was given to the official defense for analysis and storage in “specialized facilities”. Incredibly, some of the released information discusses material with “shape-recovery” properties, much like the “memory metal” wreckage found in the Roswell UFO crash of 1947.
Based on the documentation received, it appears that the recovered wreckage exhibits other extraordinary capabilities. In addition to “remembering” their original shape when bent or crushed, some of these futuristic materials have the potential to make things invisible, “compress” electromagnetic energy, and even slow down the speed of light.
While many of the details in the reports are censored, what can be seen is that these technologies represent a literal quantum leap beyond the properties of all existing material known to man.
Finally, the whereabouts of the UFO wreckage held by the contractor is unknown. A few months ago, they laid off their employees and shut down operations. Former company employees, when contacted, declined to comment.
The Order through FOIAz
The request made via FOIA to the DIA (United States Defense Intelligence Agency) in 2017 asks for the physical descriptions, properties and composition of UFO material held by the government and its contractor. The request is unambiguous in its meaning.
It refers to UFO material and “physical debris recovered by Department of Defense personnel as debris, debris, material from UAPs or unidentified flying objects.” The request via FOIA can be viewed in full by clicking here.
In its response, DIA surprisingly agrees that it has documents that match the author’s request regarding recovered UFO remains and their analysis, the program under which it was administered, AATIP (the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program), and that its contractor defense agency (Bigelow Aerospace, in Las Vegas, Nevada) stored the material. They also provide some reports related to possible applications of the material studied.
An annotation placed on various documents that the DIA calls “Advanced Technology Reports” released upon request via FOIA.
UFO Wreckage and The Relationship With Roswell
The information received includes several pages of what are called “advanced technology reports” on Nitinol – a shape-recovery alloy. Nitinol has properties similar to the “memory metal” found in the wreckage of the Roswell UFO crash in 1947.
The pages found in the FOIA response on Nitinol explore its potential to integrate it into the human body for improved health. The Roswell wreckage was transported to the base at Wright Field in Ohio after the accident.
A few months later, Wright Field signed a contract with the Battelle Memorial Institute to begin the phase diagrams (recipes) for the very high purity nickel and titanium mixture needed to make memory metal.
General Arthur Exon, commander of the Wright Patterson base in the 1960s, which flew over the crash site in 1947, recorded an interview with researcher Kevin Randle. He stated that it was his understanding that some of the wreckage being tested was composed in part of “specially processed” titanium.
And in September 1947, two months after the Roswell crash, General George Shulgen of aeronautical intelligence described the building materials of flying saucers as potentially being made of “composite construction” or “sandwich” construction, using various metal and plastic combinations.
Some of the wreckage from the Roswell accident was shown to have a metal-plastic appearance and characteristics. DIA-sponsored reports mention a highly elaborate material called a “metamaterial” (any material designed to have a property not found in naturally occurring materials), which can be covered with metal and plastics.
Throughout the documents received, mention is made of the potential use of some of the materials in “advanced aerospace platforms”. Reference is made to the desired characteristics of the material, such as being extremely light and strong, such as the characteristics of the wreckage found in the Roswell accident.
Extensive reference is also made to the study and application of the metamaterial:
It can be used to “slow the light down” and even “bring the light to a complete standstill”. Implying the ability to manipulate the speed of light (electromagnetic energy traveling at 186,000 miles per second)
It can induce invisibility by manipulating refraction, reflectivity and increasing light absorption. The reports use terms like “optical isolation” and “transparency” and reference a “MetaMirror” technology. Implying the ability to make something impossible to be seen and/or detected by radar, scanning or imaging;
Interesting ability to “compress electromagnetic energy”. This condensation can make information and energy storage smaller and transfer faster, reducing volume;
Displays a particular “tunable resonance” that was likely “determined during manufacturing”. The phrase “tunable resonance” refers to a large-amplitude vibration of a small stimulus. Very recent research shows potential in the field of technologies for capturing or extracting energy from the environment for low-power electronic devices.
There seem to be many interesting technical applications for these materials that will change the way our lives are lived, but in the distant future. Parts of the reports focus on next-generation amorphous metals (also called “liquid metal” or “metallic glass”), which are new engineering alloys with disordered atomic-scale structure.
The metal is crystalline in its solid state, which means it has a highly organized arrangement of atoms. Amorphous metals, however, are very disordered – a metal-like material so unique that it is believed that it could one day replace plastic and metal in many applications.
The material is stronger and lighter than any existing metal, can be injection molded like plastic (no rivets, seams or joints, smooth like many reported UFOs) and will never corrode or rust. Imagine using a single razor blade for the rest of your life, because it stays sharp forever.
A golf club so flexible it can drive the ball further than any pro. An artificial hip implant that performs better than a real hip. A completely indestructible phone case.
Nitinol has properties very similar to the material recovered from the Roswell accident.
The contract that Bigelow was awarded was under the auspices of an official government UFO study (whose existence was revealed by The New York Times in 2017). The contract was for Bigelow to build “specialized modified facilities” to store the material for testing. The Pentagon’s UFO studies project was called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP).
It operated for a few years (and with more than one name) and, according to informed sources, it continues to operate today. What is inside these “specially modified facilities” that require such contracted technical services? What is the nature of these anomalous debris and what are the properties that require protection?
The information provided by FOIA appears to represent reports that are directly relevant to what has been learned from the study of UFO remains, and how the knowledge gained from these studies can be applied in the future, but does not include a breakdown of the wreckage.
Unfortunately, the reports do not include much of what was requested, such as the physical description and composition of the material, the origin of the material, and the names of the scientists involved.
This remains classified. But the technical search areas derived from studying these materials (i.e. invisibility, energy concentration, light speed control, smart metal) have, in part, been released. They speak of “recent experiments” that “provide new concepts” and of “theoretical developments that may result in new materials”.
DIA believes it is responding to the FOIA request by recognizing UFO debris, its storage by Bigelow and identifying areas of future application of these materials without actually having to name the responsible parties, what elements the material is composed of, how it is processed etc. .
What has been learned through this investigation is indeed historical. There are UFO materials that have been recovered. The materials under study may one day bring us great advances in technology and other aspects of our daily lives. But the documents are incomplete, and the reasons they cite are weak.
Why not disclose where the material was retrieved from and by whom? Why did they redact the names of the authors of these tech articles? Because once identified, we can question them. The other reason for disclaiming their identities and what they’ve learned relates to national security, which is apparently so big that it can’t be mentioned.
The plaintiff will challenge these exemptions that prevent the disclosure of the requested information by filing with the FOIA Appeals Officer. They must be compelled to tell us more about this extraordinary extraterrestrial material.