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Please use this form letter to alert your member of Congress about the need to publicly investigate the UAP phenomenon:

The Honorable (full name)
(room #) (name) Senate Office Building
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510


The Honorable (full name)
(room #) (name) House Office Building
United States House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Re: Unidentified Anomalous Phenomenon Task Force Report

Dear Senator or Representative (last name):

On June 25, 2021, the Director of National Intelligence (“DNI”) is scheduled to file a Report with Congress about the defense and intelligence community policies for the coordination of the study of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomenon (“UAP”), formerly UFOs. The Report is supposed to answer questions raised by the Senate Select Intelligence Committee about unknown objects that have been tracked on radar and filmed by the Navy in recent years. Declassified naval photography showed objects performing unusual maneuvers with no apparent power source.

The main question for these four committees is whether these objects are a threat to our military. Even if they are not a direct threat, they have been considered a flight hazard which caused an aircraft carrier group to suspend training exercises in 2004, prior to deployment in support of combat troops. Despite concerns over these unknown objects, electronic records are routinely removed from front line units after any incident. There is no acknowledgement of these incidents and no follow up training to prepare our military personnel for future encounters.

I urge you to support congressional inquiries into this phenomenon and its impact on military operations. Whether they are controlled by our military’s adversaries or have another source, our front line military personnel deserve to know how to deal with them. Our elected leaders should be informed of the potential threats our military faces so the they can adopt appropriate policies to protect our service personnel and yo better understand what they are facing.

For over seventy years, similar objects have been reported by our military with little or no oversight by Congress. In a free and open democracy, isn’t it time to allow Congress to set public policy about our government’s response to this phenomenon?

Thank you for your attention to this matter.