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Paranormal Adept
The article below represents the Pentagon's latest statement regarding AATIP and the UAP Task Force. It's intended to correct some inconsistencies in past fragmented remarks and consolidate everything into one document. There's also a bit of new information:

"In developing the reports and exploring how to create a ‘center of expertise,’ the contract allowed for research drawn from a wide variety of sources, including reports of UAPs. However, the examination of UAP observations was not the purpose of AATIP.”

What they seem to be saying is that AATIP (as AASAP) was created for aerospace weapons research, and Robert Bigelow included UFO material, even though that's not what they asked for.