The Pentagon may be investigating hundreds of reported UFO sightings, but the number of people coming forward with tales of possible encounters is set to drop, according to the former head of the Defense Department's dedicated investigative unit.

The total number of "unidentified anomalous phenomena," or UAP, reported by the U.S. military, intelligence officials and members of the public will decrease as military personnel and the public understand more about technologies under development across the world, Sean Kirkpatrick, the former director of the Pentagon's All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), told Newsweek.

Care to put some money on that, Kirkpatrick? Glad this shill for the institutional UAP secrecy establishment is gone.

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