Wyoming Supports Congresswoman’s Bid For UFO Investigative Office
The Senate National Defense Authorization Act will soon be passed.
Hundreds of amendments and requests have been filed.
Among them, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wants to replace the existing UAP Task Force with a more permanent Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office (ASRO).
This is a bipartisan proposal to create a more expansive military and intelligence program to study UFOs.
The congresswoman says it is urgently needed to determine whether unexplained sightings by Navy and Air Force pilots pose a threat or are evidence of some “other entity,” the lead sponsor said Wednesday.
“If it is technology possessed by adversaries or any other entity, we need to know,” Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said about the effort. “Burying our heads in the sand is neither a strategy nor an acceptable approach.” …
“We’ve not had oversight into this area for a very long time,” Gillibrand said. “I can count on one hand the number of hearings I had in 10 years on this topic. That’s fairly concerning given the experience our service members have had over the last decade.”
Wyoming supports the effort to investigate UFO's.
Most everyone has seen the "documentary" Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. That event took place on the east side of the state.
Then we have the "Intergalactic Space Port" on the more western side of the state.
Recently, the USS Enterprise and the spaceship Serenity were cleared to land in the center of the state, at the Casper Intergalactic... sorry, Casper International Airport. You can read about that at this link.
In the photo above can clearly see the USS Enterprise and Serenity just above it.
So, as you can see, Wyoming already has three intergalactic spaceports where ships from all over the universe come to land.
Because this state has a lot of military activity and is home to our nation's nuclear launch capabilities, you better believe we have a lot of UFO sightings.
So, YES, please form a permanent government agency and come investigate.