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2021-2023 Report of the US Senate Intelligence Committee:

This is the UFO-related (UFOs are now called "UAP") content in the report of the select committee on Intelligence of the United States for the Januar 3, 2021 to January 3, 2023 period. The original document is on the US Congress Website under this title:

S. Rept. 118-5 - REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE UNITED STATES SENATE COVERING THE PERIOD JANUARY 3, 2021 TO JANUARY 3, 2023 118th Congress (2023-2024)

As of August 1, 2023, it is available online at:

https://www.congress.gov/congressional-report/118th-congress/senate-report/5/1?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22UAP%22%5D%7D&s=2&r=1

U.S. GOVERNMENT PUBLISHING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 2023

SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE

MARK R. WARNER, Virginia, Chairman
MARCO RUBIO, Florida, Vice Chairman

During the period covered by this report, the composition of the Select Committee on Intelligence was as follows:

MARK R. WARNER, Virginia, Chairman
MARCO RUBIO, Florida, Vice Chairman

DIANNE FEINSTEIN, California    RICHARD BURR, North Carolina
RON WYDEN, Oregon    JAMES E. RISCH, Idaho
MARTIN HEINRICH, New Mexico    SUSAN COLLINS, Maine
ANGUS S. KING, Jr., Maine    ROY BLUNT, Missouri
MICHAEL F. BENNET, Colorado    TOM COTTON, Arkansas
ROBERT P. CASEY, Jr., Pennsylvania    JOHN CORNYN, Texas
KIRSTEN E. GILLIBRAND, New York    BEN SASSE, Nebraska
Charles Schumer, New York, Ex Officio Member
Mitch McConnell, Kentucky, Ex Officio Member
Jack Reed, Rhode Island, Ex Officio Member
James Inhofe, Oklahoma, Ex Officio Member
Michael Casey, Staff Director
Brian W. Walsh, Minority Staff Director

The Select Committee on Intelligence submits to the Senate this report on its activities from January 3, 2021, to January 3, 2023. This report also includes references to activities underway at the conclusion of the 117th Congress that the Committee expects to continue into the future.

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U. Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena

During the 117th Congress, the Committee continued its oversight of the UAP issue, specifically working to ensure that the Department of Defense's efforts to report and respond to UAP are coordinated with those of the IC. In 2021, members on the armed services and intelligence committees spearheaded legislation standing up an office to replace the U.S. Navy-led UAP Task Force and broadening its efforts to improve data-sharing between agencies on UAP sightings and address national security concerns. In 2022, the Committee directed further changes to the office in the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023, establishing the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) under the Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Principle Deputy Director for National Intelligence to provide comprehensive management of the UAP issue across the Department of Defense and the IC. Importantly, associated legislation mandates a secure authorized disclosure reporting process allowing witnesses to report to AARO any relevant information at any security level. Finally, the legislation directs the AARO to conduct a historical study going back to 1945 to document U.S. historical efforts to address UAP.

The Committee also focused efforts on gaining additional insights into the increasing numbers of UAP sightings over or near U.S. national security assets. At a time when near-peer adversaries are fielding advanced all-domain technologies at a rapid pace, the Committee worked to ensure the IC allocates sufficient resources and attention on UAP to avoid technology surprise from a potential adversary.

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