First, a mainstream look at what’s developing in reconciling the recently-established Pentagon Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group with the Congressional UFO legislation in the FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act. Reporter Alex Seitz-Wald’s sources perhaps could benefit from the voices of more “centrist” ufologists. Billy Cox’ A Passion for Tedium addresses that gap and further delineates discrepancies between Pentagon and Congressional initiatives. It also profiles what private groups, such as the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies, The Galileo Project, and the Center for UFO Studies are doing on their own to “move the needle” on UFOs. Chris Bradford reminds us How Harry Reid, Ex-Nevada Senator Born Near Area 51, Spent Final Months Demanding Biden Reveal US Government UFO Secrets. Reid actually got money for the Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program and not the mostly follow-on Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which limped on beyond Luis Elizondo’s departure in 2017. Bradford chronicles Reid’s remarkable career, life, and character. While offering his perspective on The Wider UFO Picture Jack Brewer touches upon some long-running issues plaguing effective ufology. (WM)– Delivered by Feed43 serviceTHE ANOMALIST

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