Possession of Multiple Undamaged and Functional Non-Human Craft

Investigative journalist and filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, known for his work in the UFO and UAP field, is making waves with his latest contributions. In the Liberation Times article by Christopher Sharp, dated January 17, 2024, Jeremy Corbell, makes significant assertions about the possession of non-human craft by the U.S. government and defense contractors. Corbell’s statement is a substantial contribution to the ongoing discourse about unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) and potential non-human intelligent (NHI) encounters.

Corbell asserts, with claimed direct knowledge, that the U.S. is actively engaged in multiple Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena programs. He reveals that some of these programs are extensions of older UFO initiatives, each dedicated to exploring the non-human intelligence aspects of these phenomena. These programs, he notes, are managed by the Department of Defense, alongside multiple U.S. and allied intelligence agencies, and defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman.

Corbell’s disclosure is notable for its inclusion of specific defense contractors, especially Northrop Grumman, a name not previously linked to such claims. This statement suggests a deep and long-standing involvement of high-profile defense organizations in UAP research and potentially, in the possession and study of non-human craft.

“William Tompkins”, was an American aerospace engineer, author, and whistleblower. He is known for his claims of working on top-secret government programs involving the development of advanced spacecraft and anti-gravity propulsion systems. Notably, Tompkins’ career included time at Douglas Aircraft Company and later at Northrop Corporation, where he contributed to the design and development of advanced aircraft and spacecraft. His assertions about contact with extraterrestrial beings and involvement in secret space programs of the United States Navy present a fascinating insight into the intersection of aerospace engineering, government secrecy, and the study of unidentified aerial phenomena.

“John Northrop”, was the founder of Northrop Corporation, which later merged to become Northrop Grumman. The piece highlights his significant contributions to aviation, including the development of innovative aircraft like the flying wing bombers. Intriguingly, it also looks into Northrop’s interest in UFOs, sparked by a credible sighting reported by Northrop’s chief test pilot, Max Stanley. This interest led John Northrop to study UFOs, considering their unique propulsion methods and aerodynamics, which differed vastly from conventional technology.

Previously the article “Lockheed Martin’s Secret Alien Recovery Program and 2004 Nevada Firefight” reveals shocking claims about Lockheed Martin’s covert operations. It focuses on a whistleblower’s account of a 2004 incident in Nevada, where Lockheed Martin personnel and Joint Special Operations Command engaged in a confrontation over a crashed Alien Reproduction Vehicle, purportedly developed from alien technology.

The implications of Corbell’s statement for the field of UAP research are profound. The acknowledgement of undamaged, functional non-human craft in the possession of these organizations hints at a level of technological advancement and understanding far beyond public knowledge. It raises questions about the extent of human interaction with non-human technologies and the potential impact of such interactions on global defense and technology sectors. The mention of these crafts being used for the development of derivative technologies, particularly for U.S. weapons advancement, suggests a strategic dimension to these alleged encounters with non-human intelligence.

The Christopher Sharp article further explores the reaction and stance of official bodies. The Department of Defense, through spokesperson Susan Gough, maintains that no verifiable information has been found to substantiate these claims. This official denial stands in contrast to Corbell’s assertive disclosures.

The anticipation of public hearings by the House Oversight Committee, a forthcoming op-ed by David Grusch, and a book by Lue Elizondo, former director of the U.S. government’s UAP study, indicate a rising public and official interest in the subject of UAP.

Jeremy Corbell’s recent videos, discuss the Pantex Nuclear Weapons Facility Incident. This incident, which occurred on October 23, 2018, involved an operational emergency at the Pantex Plant, a key facility in the U.S. nuclear complex. The emergency was initially triggered by a suspicious vehicle but was further complicated by social media rumors, including claims of an AC-130 gunship heading towards the facility.

“Behavior of the Jellyfish UAP: Hovering, Water Submersion, and Rapid Ascent” was discussed on an episode of the “WEAPONIZED” podcast by Jeremy Corbell and George Knapp. They examine two notable UAP incidents, focusing on the ‘Jellyfish UAP’. This UAP exhibited unique capabilities, like hovering, water submersion, and rapid ascent, challenging conventional understanding of aerial phenomena. Details of the UAP’s unusual appearance and movement, as well as efforts to suppress evidence of these encounters, reflecting the ongoing complexity and secrecy in UAP studies.

Jeremy Corbell’s revelations into UAP and UFO phenomena, particularly concerning defense contractors like Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin, mark a pivotal moment in the ongoing discourse about exotic technologies and their implications.