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Dec. 6 2023, Published 1:01 p.m. ET

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Increasing evidence suggests that the United States, and potentially other nations, including China and Russia, have been involved in the retrieval of UFOs and fragments of unidentified crafts for decades, according to sources.

The Office of Global Access (OGA), a secretive branch within the CIA, reportedly has retrieved nine "non-human craft" in retrieval missions over the years, the Daily Mail reported.

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Anonymous sources reported that the OGA was successful in retrieving seven crashed UFOs and two that were fully intact, the Daily Mail reported.

These allegations align with statements made by David Grusch, a former United States Air Force intelligence officer and UFO whistleblower, during a recent podcast with Joe Rogan, as Front Page Detectives previously reported.

Grusch claimed that a UFO arms race involving the United States, China and Russia has been ongoing for nearly a century.

The OGA, housed within the CIA's Science and Technology Directorate, has allegedly been at the forefront of UFO debris retrieval since 2003, according to three sources who spoke with the Daily Mail.

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These claims echo Grusch's testimony before Congress during a public hearing last summer. Subsequently, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer introduced a bill to authorize the disclosure of "recovered technologies of unknown origin and biological evidence of non-human intelligence," which was later approved by the Senate.

However, the Daily Mail's sources suggested that the purported retrievals have not been publicly disclosed.

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According to one source, the CIA has a "system in place that can discern UFOs while they're still cloaked," and specialized military units are deployed to recover any debris or crafts discovered.

Another source claimed that these military personnel excel at retrieving debris in locations where the U.S. normally does not have access, such as behind enemy lines, acting as facilitators to get into and out of countries.

While the OGA typically focuses on conventional retrieval missions, including locating nuclear weapons and downed satellites, UFOs remain on the agency's agenda. The primary objective is to secure and protect the secrecy of the retrieved objects, with the actual physical retrieval handled by the military, the Daily Mail reported.

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Notably, the sources suggested that control is quickly transferred to private entities to minimize the military's record-keeping burden.

Grusch further contended that the global UFO arms race dates back to at least 1933, citing an alleged crash in Italy that involved the Vatican, the OSS (which became the CIA), and President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This crash predates the Roswell crash in New Mexico, where some believe parts of a UFO were recovered, fueling various conspiracy theories.

These recent UFO-related claims have emerged amid a growing number of individuals coming forward with accounts following the recent Congressional hearing. Jeff Nuccetelli, a former United States Air Force patrolman, described an encounter on the "Merged" podcast in October 2023, adding another layer to the ongoing conversation about unidentified aerial phenomena.

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