2022 Annual Report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena – Office of the Director of National Intelligenceon January 13, 2023 at 3:59 pm THE ANOMALIST

News of the UnWordly | January 13, 2023

2022 Annual Report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena – Office of the Director of National Intelligenceon January 13, 2023 at 3:59 pm THE ANOMALIST

Finally, here it is. The first thing one notices in this twelve-page document is the use of the term "Aerial" in the title—not the currently-preferred "Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena" of the December 17th item DOD Office Moving Ahead in Mission to Identify 'Anomalous Phenomena'. The second thing is that, as even Mick West recognizes in Metabunk's 2022 Annual Report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, "The only data there is contained largely on page five." That even West can say "The much anticipated 2022 UAP report is a disappointment" is telling. One wonders why the document took two extra months to be "well-written" when most of the text could have been assembled and handed over on its originally-projected Halloween date. ABC News Senior Pentagon Reporter Luis Martinez has to add material from other venues to fill out his New UFO Report Shows Hundreds More Incidents Than Previously Thought. At The Drive, Howard Altman and Oliver Parken term the Highly Anticipated Government Report On UFOs Very Thin On New Details, and close with concerns about the possibility of "a new era of openness on this long-abused topic." Brett Tingley's Pentagon Releases Its Long-awaited 2022 UFO Report includes reaction by former F/A-18 pilot Ryan Graves. And after informing us about his "routine colonoscopy," Avi Loeb offers some Thoughts on the 2022 ODNI UAP Report. Loeb's probably right in guessing "the interesting new information is contained within the classified component of the report," to which we add "John Greenewald -- Mandatory Declassification Review"? (WM)-- Delivered by Feed43 serviceTHE ANOMALIST

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