Washington (USA) – Already in October 2019 there were reports about the official cooperation of the US Army with the “To The Stars Academy” (TTSA) for the analysis and evaluation of alleged UFO fragments and debris. This Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) allowed TTSA to take an unknown number of UFO artifacts (pieces of debris or other related material) from Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) that they collected and bring it to the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC). The Army agreed to give access to their equipment to analyze these UFO artifacts that the TTSA had collected in order to understand what exactly they are. Both parties agreed further that the results from those tests will be shared mutually.
“As announced earlier in 2019 we entered into a collaboration agreement with the U.S. Army. This was the continuation and next step of our ADAM project to analyze and advance our understanding of the collected exotic materials. The scope of the ARMY agreement covered metamaterial science, advanced communications, vehicle camouflage, and beamed energy propulsion. This contract spans five years, giving the Army access to TTSA data to support Army research. In return, TTSA gains access to scientific expertise that accelerates the quality and pace of our research. We kicked off this partnership in early 2020 with excitement, hosting the principal officers in the US Army at our headquarters in San Diego.” said Tom DeLonge, TTSA’s CEO.
Until now both partners have kept a very low profile on the results of this joint project. Now at least the US Army has officially confirmed that the corresponding UAP samples have actually already been analyzed. However, the results are still classified and will probably stay secret for an undefined amount of time.
John Greenewald of TheBlackVault recently reported that the US Army has now for the first time confirmed analyzes of some of the samples made available by the TTSA: “Overall since the beginning of the CRADA, we’ve successfully executed some tests, and those details and results, if releasable upon conclusion of the CRADA, will be available then,” said an Army spokesman. In response to Greenewald’s request to the TTSA, the latter only briefly stated that this process can not currently be commented on.
If some of the results are determined to be classified, which would be the case if a piece of the UAP material came from classified terrestrial technology, or if the results are considered “trade secrets”, it would obviously not be released to the public.
Aside of trying to get comments from the U.S. Army and from TTSA, TheBlackVault also obtained documents through the the Freedom of Information Act, which was responded to in August 2021. What was missing was any report by TTSA or update sent to the Army. This obtained records also show, that in May 2021 the Department of Defense requested that the query be shifted into their hands. However strangely after reaching out for comment, the Pentagon denies being involved at all.
With all the secrecy surrounding this project it is still unclear, if the UFO research that fascinated many people, will produce any results that will be made public.