UAP in the MEDIA

Welcome to the media page of UAP Coalition Netherlands. Here you will find various media on the interesting topic of UAP.

Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) are objects or phenomena that cannot be identified or explained by military or civilian authorities. This means that the origin or nature of these objects or phenomena is unknown and cannot be explained with current scientific knowledge.

Saturday, February 3, 2024 – Exactly 45 years ago on February 3, 1979, an incident took place at the former Soesterberg air base. EenVandaag, a Dutch current affairs program, made an item about it. Attention was also paid to an observation in the Dutch town of Gorredijk. Our ambassador Christiaan expressed his concerns about flight safety.

On January 12, 2024, a number of members of the US House of Representatives announced that they have introduced a bill for the benefit of airline workers.

The bill ensures that pilots and other airline employees who report UAP are, among other things, protected against medical disqualification for making a report.

The bill would also make it illegal for airlines to retaliate against employees who report sightings, or even fire professionals.

On October 17, 2023, the U.S. Department of Defense, together with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, submitted the annual report on UAP to Congress for fiscal year 2022.

The All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) leads the Department of Defense's efforts to document, analyze and, where possible, resolve UAP reports.

The report covers the period from August 31, 2022 to April 30, 2023 and includes 291 UAP reports, including 274 in this period and 17 from 2019-2022 that were not previously included in annual reports. To date, AARO has reviewed more than 800 cases by April 30, 2023.

On September 14, 2023, the NASA Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Independent Study Team published its final report with a series of recommendations for how the agency can advance our understanding of UAP. NASA pledges to continue studying Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena. NASA believes it is important that the stigma regarding UAP disappears and calls on professionals, such as pilots, to report UAP.

On August 31, 2023, the Pentagon will launch a website for the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office to inform the public about AARO and efforts to understand and resolve UAP. 

The website presents declassified and cleared UAP cases, including videos and photos. Other content includes reporting trends, frequently asked questions, links to official reports and resources. 

The website serves as a central location for all publicly available information about AARO and UAP, and is regularly updated with recent activities and findings. The website can be found at AARO

On May 31, 2023, NASA held a public meeting. NASA has commissioned a research team to investigate Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs) from a scientific point of view.
This public meeting was intended to hold final discussions before the independent study team publishes a report in summer 2023.
The report informs about the possible data that can be collected in the future to shed light on the nature and origin of UAP.
The Independent UAP Study Team is a council of 16 experts from various fields on issues relevant to potential research methods for UAP. NASA commissioned this nine-month study to examine UAP from a scientific perspective and establish a roadmap for using data and scientific instruments to advance understanding of UAP.
On April 19, 2023, the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities will hold a hearing to receive testimony on the mission, operations, oversight and budget of AARO (All Domain Anomaly Resolution Office).
The second ODNI report will be published on January 12, 2023, and will be discussed on American television on January 14, 2023. The report states that the US government has received and analyzed more than 350 new sightings since March 2021, half of which remain unexplained to date. The Senate is calling for further investigation and has instructed the Director of National Intelligence to conduct an analysis of all observations since 1947, to achieve better legal protection for government whistleblowers and to promote the prevention of misinformation.
On May 17, 2022, the United States House of Representatives' Subcommittee on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena will hold its first public hearing. The hearing and the preliminary results are briefly discussed in the American media.
On June 25, 2021, the US Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) published an important report on UAPs, at the request of the US Senate. It was concluded from a large number of observations that there is no explanation for this with the current state of scientific knowledge and that there is a danger to aviation and perhaps even to the national security of the United States. On June 25, 2021, broadcaster WNL explains the background about the origins of the American report on UAP.
On May 20, 2021, former President Obama stated on American television that the UAP sightings are real and cannot be explained.
On May 17, 2021, the American program '60 Minutes' paid extensive attention to UAP. In it, whistleblowers from the American government, who were involved with UAP, talk about their research and the results. Various US Navy pilots talk about their observations, visually and with photos, radar and infrared cameras. The footage shows very quickly and abruptly moving objects, with no discernible propulsion, in the airspace and in the sea, which cannot be explained with our current technology. The military personnel involved came out openly about this. Senators who want more research also have their say.