Pentagon’s UFO task force briefed Canadian military officials this year!

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In February, members of the Pentagon’s UFO Task Force briefed Canada’s military officials about the latest sightings of unidentified flying objects. The briefing, which was led by an intelligence officer from the US Air Force, was conducted as part of a larger investigation into the growing number of reported sightings of UFOs.

A document released by the Pentagon on November 14 states that the briefing was delivered by members of the UAP Task Force, and it was attended by a group of 10 Canadian defense officials. These include personnel from Canada’s Royal Canadian Air Force and the country’s intelligence agency.

The document provided few details about the nature of the briefing. Susan Gough, a spokesperson for the US Department of Defense, said that the officials briefed the Canadian officials about the latest sightings of unidentified flying objects. The meeting was part of the US’ ongoing partnership with Canada on airspace security.

The Canadian Department of National Defense was unable to provide any comment on the meeting. James Bezan, a member of the opposition Conservative party, said that it was clear that the UAP Task Force wanted to work with the government of Canada. He noted that any attempt to downplay the data or the reports would be unacceptable.

As a member of Parliament for Manitoba’s Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman region, Bezan noted that Canada should follow the US’ lead and investigate the UAP phenomenon. He said that the government should create a scientific plan to identify the nature and origins of the objects.

The Conservative party also noted that the government should establish a comprehensive process to collect reports related to the UAP phenomenon. This should be done through a single, centralized approach that would involve all of the government’s departments and contractors.

In response to a question from Larry Maguire, a member of Parliament from the Conservative party, the Department of National Defense stated that the country’s military doesn’t typically investigate reports of unidentified flying objects outside of the scope of its regular operations. In 2016, at least four cases reportedly met this criterion. Details about the briefing about the latest sightings of UFOs were revealed in a November 14 response to a question from the member of Parliament.

In response to a question from Larry Maguire, a member of Parliament from the Conservative party, the Department of National Defense stated that the country’s military doesn’t typically investigate reports of unidentified flying objects outside of the scope of its regular operations. However, it did acknowledge a briefing that was held in February. The briefing was part of the US’ ongoing partnership with Canada on airspace security.

In response to a question from Larry Maguire, a member of Parliament from the Conservative party, the Department of National Defense stated that the country’s military doesn’t typically investigate reports of unidentified flying objects outside of the scope of its regular operations. The response was signed by Anita Anand, the parliamentary secretary for the defense minister.

It’s now confirmed the RCAF and the Canadian Forces Intelligence Command received a briefing from multiple UAP Task Force officials.

Since becoming an MP in 2013, Larry Maguire has been a vocal proponent of transparency regarding the UAP phenomenon on Parliament Hill. Through his committee work, he has been able to gather information from former US officials. On Tuesday, he noted that the government has a good idea of how it should start investigating the matter.

In response to a question from Larry Maguire, a member of Parliament from the Conservative party, the Department of National Defense stated that the country’s military doesn’t typically investigate reports of unidentified flying objects outside of the scope of its regular operations. On Tuesday, he noted that he has asked the chief science advisor of Canada to launch a study regarding the UAP phenomenon. In an October 21 letter, Dr. Mona Nemer stated that her team has been informed about the various initiatives being conducted in the US related to the phenomenon.

The briefing, which was held in February 2022, was led by Daniel Simpson, the National Intelligence Manager of the US for Aviation. He has a mandate to lead the Intelligence Community’s efforts to identify and analyze threats and vulnerabilities within the air domain.

Daniel Simpson’s office collaborated with the UAP Task Force and other agencies in June 2021 to produce a report that provided a comprehensive analysis of the various incidents involving the UAP phenomenon. The report, which was publicly available, showed that the US military received 143 reports of unidentified flying objects from 2004 to 2021. Many of these incidents involved objects that appeared to move rapidly or abruptly.

The UAP Task Force was established in 2020 by the Department of Defense to study the nature and origins of the objects. It has since been reformed and is now known as the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office. Although officials have found no evidence suggesting that the objects are extraterrestrial, they are still trying to find out why people have reported seeing them.



During a hearing held in May 2022 on the UAP phenomenon, Ronald Moultrie, the UAP office’s head, said that the military service members have reported seeing the objects. He noted that the office is open to any possible conclusions that it can come up with. NASA also announced that it is planning on launching a study regarding the matter.

For over 70 years, members of Canada’s military have been filing reports about sightings of the flying objects. According to a report by Canada’s CTV News, former Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan was briefed about the UAP phenomenon in May 2021. Then, in May 2022, Transport Minister Omar Alghabra was briefed about the phenomenon.

Over the years, various organizations, such as Air Canada, WestJet, Porter Airlines, and Delta Air Lines, have also reported experiencing similar sightings. Unfortunately, most of these incidents don’t lead to follow-up investigations. The information collected by Transport Canada, which operates an online database that allows aviation officials to monitor incidents, contains only preliminary data.

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