The heavily redacted document also discloses that a United States Air Force intelligence officer engaged with two aliens after a separate 1964 crash.
Attributed to "leaked United States Government documents," as reported by The Daily Star, the document outlines the military's mission under "Project Sigma," initiated in 1954, to establish communication with aliens.
It claims that “primitive communications” were established with aliens in 1959, marking a positive outcome for the project.
Referred to as "Project Aquarius" on its cover page, the document narrates an encounter on April 25, 1964, where a USAF intelligence officer met two aliens in the New Mexico desert, lasting approximately three hours.
The document asserts that basic information was exchanged, and the project continued at an Air Force base in New Mexico, the Daily Star reported.
Additionally, "Project Pounce," initiated in 1968, aimed to evaluate UFO-related information concerning space technology.
A note at the document's bottom declares it as a declassified version of a once-"TOP SECRET" USAF PROJECTS document, with a 90% probability of authenticity, according to Daily Star.
The Roswell incident has been a subject of extensive debate, considering the U.S. government's historical hesitation on UFOs, even amid recent hearings shedding light on alleged sightings.
If the leaked document proves authentic, the meeting with aliens could substantiate the Lonnie Zamora incident, where a police officer claimed to witness two individuals beside a shiny object that later ascended.
The U.S. government has consistently refuted such claims, including UFO and alien sightings.
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As Front Page Detectives previously reported, the United States Space Force, established to explore UFOs and space anomalies, has detected thousands of unidentified objects in Earth's orbit.
The Space Force's Space Doctrine Publication 3-100 reveals that these sightings hinder threat identification, with over 25,000 objects currently orbiting Earth, as per NASA statistics.
Additionally, information sourced from a clandestine CIA branch, the Office of Global Access (OGA), via The Daily Mail, asserts that the U.S. government has retrieved material from nine UFOs, including two completely intact ones.
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