David Charles Grusch, a 36-year-old with experience working for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), asserts that the United States has successfully recovered and examined unidentified flying objects (UFOs) that are not of human origin.
According to Grusch’s statement to The Debrief, the objects in question are not of ordinary or mundane origins. He emphasized that the recovered materials include fully and partially intact crafts.
As reported by The Debrief, Grusch has asserted that he has provided classified information of significant magnitude to Congress and the Inspector General for the intelligence community. This information pertains to highly secretive programs that allegedly possess recovered vehicles of non-human origin, both fully intact and partially intact.
Additionally, Grusch alleges that the information he has provided has been unlawfully withheld from Congress. The Debrief article further notes that there are other intelligence officials, both currently serving and retired, who have independently verified and supported the information provided by Grusch.
Grusch has stated that the government, along with its allies and defense contractors, has been conducting recoveries of these kinds of vehicles for several decades, including the present day. Through analysis, it has been concluded that the retrieved objects exhibit unique vehicle morphologies and undergo material science testing, leading to the determination that they originate from exotic sources, potentially of non-human intelligence.
Grusch also mentioned that these objects possess distinct radiological signatures and atomic arrangements.
Karl E. Nell, a current aerospace executive, and retired Army Colonel, has vouched for Grusch’s impeccable character, stating that it is beyond any doubt. Nell served as the Army’s liaison for the UAP Task Force (which deals with Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, commonly referred to as UFOs) from 2021 to 2022.
Christopher Mellon, the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, has further contributed to the discussion. Mellon stated that he had received detailed information from various reliable sources, both current and former officials, regarding the alleged program in question. This information includes insights into the program’s history, governing documents, and even the specific location where a craft was purportedly abandoned and subsequently retrieved.
Mellon acknowledged that the process of validating this potentially explosive information is delicate. It poses challenges, primarily due to the lack of trust in the leadership of the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, established by Congress, among certain potential sources.
Jonathan Grey, representing the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, affirmed the reality of the non-human intelligence phenomenon, stating, “We are not alone.” Grey emphasized that retrievals of this nature are not confined to the United States alone but are instead a global phenomenon. Despite its global nature, finding a comprehensive solution to this phenomenon remains elusive.
This is not the first instance where a government official has asserted that the United States possesses and is studying UFOs of non-human origin. In March of 2023, Congressman Tim Burchett from Tennessee made claims suggesting that the U.S. government has in its possession alien technology, which is presently undergoing reverse-engineering efforts.
Before that, back in January, Burchett expressed his belief that there is a significant cover-up surrounding this matter, though the reasons behind it remain unclear. He emphasized that it is time for the American public to be informed and for the deceptive actions to cease.
Furthermore, last year, lawmakers introduced modifications to their definition of a “UFO” within the Congressional addendum to the Intelligence Authorization Act. These revisions broadened the scope to include objects that originate from non-human sources.
During the autumn of last year, Marik von Rennenkampff, a former official from the United States Department of Defense, commented on the revised definition by stating, “It is difficult to believe that lawmakers would incorporate such remarkable language into public legislation without substantial evidence to support it.”
Furthermore, in December, an image was leaked from a clandestine Pentagon task force revealing a UFO in close proximity to a U.S. Navy jet. Military officials acknowledged the possibility that the object could be attributed to “non-human” or “alien” technology.
In 2020, Eric W. Davis, an astrophysicist who was involved with the Pentagon UFO program as a subcontractor and later as a consultant, made noteworthy statements. He stated that he had examined materials that were beyond our own technological capabilities, suggesting that they could not have been produced by humans.
Additionally, Davis claimed to have conducted classified briefings in March 2020 for a Defense Department agency, during which the topic of retrieving and studying “off-world vehicles not made on this earth” was discussed.