Space Lasers, Crowd Control Heat Under Arms UFO Program Proposed by US Government

Laser-equipped spaceships were thought to be possible by 2030, and a secret government agency wanted to make planes invisible.

The now-defunct Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), which ran from 2007 to 2012, examined the feasibility of these proposals, among other wild schemes such as destroy the moon.

Most of the science fiction-like ideas – which were theoretical or speculative and never materialized – were part of a 1,600-page report by the secret agency of the Department of Defense (DoD).

“Space provides the ideal environment for the propagation of laser beams,” which can shatter or melt targets such as missiles, the 2009-2010 report said.

“These devices offer the potential for a whole new class of weapons and capabilities that can complement (but not replace) existing kinetic energy (KE) weapons and electronic warfare.”

Kinetic energy weapons – bullets, grenades, rockets, and bombs – can hit stationary targets, but cause collateral damage and have uncontrolled consequences.

“High Energy Laser (HEL) weapons, on the other hand, begin to deliver the energy of the laser beam to the target at the speed of light,” the report said.

“However, they require a finite dwell time to accumulate enough thermal energy (heat) at the target point to produce the desired effect (similar to a blowtorch).

“The power of a HEL weapon is its ability to precisely deliver a finite amount of energy to a small point without causing collective damage to nearby human objects.

“Lightspeed energy transfer coupled with precise tracking allows HEL weapons to efficiently engage softer targets that are highly maneuverable, only visible for short periods of time, or visible at extremely long ranges.”

According to the report, outer space has the best environment for the propagation of laser beams capable of destroying missiles.
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It was thought that spacecraft could be fitted with lasers “20 years from now,” but “political (not legal) concerns” would prevent the Department of Defense from deploying them, according to the report.

It alluded to a “crowd control microwave device called Active Denial, which has been shown to induce transient pain without injury” as an example of technology shelved by “politics.”

“Other counties may not show similar reluctance, as evidenced by the open marketing of laser-glare weapons, despite a 1980 Geneva Convention prohibiting their development or use,” the report said.


The agency was researching a cloaking technology that would give birth to the fictional Marvel Comic character Invisible Woman reality.

The theory behind “invisible” planes makes “refracting materials — like glass or water — appear as curved spaces themselves,” says the report.

Bending light around an object would create the “ultimate optical illusion: invisibility”.


Officials also feared that if it went ahead with the program, it could have led to the militarization of space, fueling fears of a galactic conflict.

The report came after The Sun requested a copy of any “files, reports or video files” related to the Pentagon’s secretive UFO program – the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP) on December 18, 2017 — under the Freedom of Information Act.

The bombshell FOIA haul reports on the DIA’s research into the biological effects of UFO sightings on humans – including burns, heart problems, trouble sleeping – and even bizarre occurrences such as “Apparent kidnapping” and “unexplained pregnancy”.

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Information on the potential weapons comes from a 1,600-page Department of Defense report.
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A document specifies how to categorize “abnormal behavior” – with encounters with “ghosts, yetis, ghosts, elves and other mythical/legendary entities” classified as “AN3” and seeing a UFO with aliens on board as “CE3” would.

Other surviving documents include studies on Communication with extraterrestrial civilizations and plans for space exploration and colonization.

It was outed back in 2017 by whistleblower Luis Elizondo, who ran the program.

Also released at the time were two bombshell videos of unexplained UFO sightings by US military personnel investigated by AATIP.

Approximately $22 million in funding was provided over a five-year period.

It was outed in 2017 by whistleblower Luis Elizondo, who ran the program.

This story originally appeared on The sun and is reproduced here with permission. Space Lasers, Crowd Control Heat Under Arms UFO Program Proposed by US Government


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