Time to Pass The UAP Disclosure Act

Demand Congress Include the UAPDA in the NDAA

Last summer, the following lawmakers introduced the Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Disclosure Act (UAPDA), an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act: Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY, U.S. Senate Majority Leader), Senator Mike Rounds (R-SD, Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Cybersecurity for the Armed Services Committee), Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL, Vice Chairman of the Intelligence Committee), Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY, Chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities for the Armed Services Committee), Senator Todd Young (R-IN), and Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM).

The extraordinary bipartisan UAPDA would have established a UAP Records Collection within the National Archives, with the presumption of immediate disclosure. The UAPDA would also have created a nine-person independent “UAP Records Review Board” with the duty to present to the President a “Controlled Disclosure Campaign Plan,” under which our government would have revealed to the public “as much as possible” about the UAP phenomenon without jeopardizing national security.

Unfortunately, powerful forces converged in the U.S. House of Representatives last fall to eliminate both the UAP Records Review Board and a controlled disclosure campaign.

As deliberations begin on the Fiscal Year 2025 National Defense Authorization Act, please call on Congress to include a new revised UAPDA, including the “UAP Records Review Board” and a “Controlled Disclosure Campaign Plan.” Contact Congress now! Stand with Daniel Sheehan and the New Paradigm Institute and demand full disclosure. It’s critical to our democracy that our government be honest and transparent.