The National Security Agency (NSA) has a page called the "UFO Documents Index" in which it lists some of its files related to UFOs generally, and more specifically related to a court case: Civil Action No. 80-1562, "Citizens Against Unidentified Flying Objects Secrecy v. National Security Agency". All of the content of the webpage is declassified information.
This information from the NSA seems to be yet another "disclosure" of sorts---remember the CIA recently disclosed information on Area 51.
What is your "spin" on these recent disclosures? Is something going on? Is the United States government preparing for some disclosure OR are they just trying to distract the public from the larger issues of the day?
These are just normal releases after programs close, age and become non-secret. So they disclosed Area 51 was used to develop jets. Which everyone has known for years.
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