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I wanted to share the letter I sent to my representatives through snail mail; based on comments by Ross Coulthart, I tend to agree a letter is more powerful than an email… and if everyone in this forum could do the same, that would be us collectively exercising our power as informed voters. So here it is. I recommend everyone make small tweaks and adjust for their situation (e.g., if you are a registered Republican/Democrat and your Rep is a Republican/Democrat, let them know as that will matter a lot more to them than if your registered to the other party). This should only take 20 minutes to lookup your representatives, print, sign, attach a stamp, and mail it. You have the power, make sure your voice is heard!



Dear [Representative/Senator] [REP NAME],

I urge you to support ongoing congressional efforts to investigate recent allegations made by military and intelligence community (IC) whistleblowers regarding unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) and related unauthorized government programs.

As a voter in your district, I believe the very foundations of our Constitutional Republic are at stake. If Congress fails to investigate allegations of illegal government activities, concealed from proper oversight, it will undermine the trust and transparency vital to our democracy.

Credible military pilots and intelligence officials with high-level security clearances have testified under oath regarding UAPs exhibiting capabilities that defy known physics and technology. There are concerning accounts that these objects have interfered with military operations and present a genuine aviation safety issue.

Most alarming are assertions that the government has recovered non-human technology and are covertly working with private contractors to reverse-engineer this technology. Claims that information on UAP continues to be improperly classified and withheld from Congress, the scientific community, and the public are deeply troubling.

These allegations necessitate full investigation. Ensuring that our Constitutional system of checks and balances remains intact is paramount. Uncovering the truth about these assertions is not only a matter of public interest, but vital to our national security.

Additionally, this phenomenon may harbor scientific revelations that could benefit all humankind if studied by the broader scientific community. Therefore, transparency and public disclosure are critical moving forward.

Specifically, I wanted to highlight compelling testimony recently provided under oath:

David Grusch, a decorated former combat officer and veteran intelligence officer who worked at the highest levels of the IC as part of the NGA and NRO, including as a representative on the DoD’s UAP Task Force (UAPTF). The IC Inspector General (ICIG) found his whistleblower complaint alleging a cover-up of reverse engineering UAP programs withheld from Congressional oversight, both “credible” and “urgent”. Grusch testified regarding this evidence under oath to Congress for over 11 hours. His credibility has been vouched for by several other high-ranking military and intelligence figures. It’s also important to note Grusch held a Title 50 clearance, giving him access to over 2,000 Special Access Programs (SAPs); of which the head of AARO currently does not. Grusch testified he compiled his evidence over the course of 4 years of investigating SAPs for UAPTF, receiving oral testimony from 40 witnesses within the programs, as well as receiving official documentation and photos.

Retired Commander David Fravor, a naval aviator, provided dramatic testimony regarding his squadron’s 2004 encounter with a UAP off the coast of San Diego. The object, nicknamed the “Tic Tac”, exhibited no visible propulsion system, and demonstrated capabilities well beyond anything known to exist, even today. It was tracked on multiple sensor systems (Radar, FLIR, etc.) by trained observers. Commander Fravor stated it “defies current material science.”

Former Navy pilot Ryan Graves testified his squadron had frequent UAP encounters starting in 2014, many confirmed on multiple advanced sensor systems. He said these objects displayed advanced capabilities like acceleration, endurance, and lack of any visible propulsion; all of which surpass our current understanding of physics and technology.

I urge you in the strongest terms to advocate for and support comprehensive congressional oversight on this issue, including using investigative and budgetary powers if necessary. The American people deserve to know what is happening in our skies. Finding answers is long overdue.

Additionally, I would like to express my strong support for the recently introduced Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) Disclosure Act of 2023, led by Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Senator Mike Rounds (R-SD), along with other bipartisan support. This amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) aims to mandate government records related to UAP to carry the presumption of disclosure, increasing transparency, and furthering open scientific research. The creation of a UAP Records Collection and the direction to identify relevant records represents a crucial step towards public understanding and governmental accountability.

I appreciate your thoughtful consideration. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can provide any additional perspective as your constituent. Our system depends on engaged citizens and representatives working together to uphold our democratic ideals.







** edit 1: I just saw another template quiet_quitting posted here:
My recommendation is to put both of these into chatGPT or Bard ( and have it create a new custom letter. You might want to add or remove certain parts. E.g., you could add something to the effect of, per the DoD’s annual UAP report, AARO currently has over 170 open cases AARO is investigating with “Some of these uncharacterized UAP appear to have demonstrated unusual flight characteristics or performance capabilities, and require further analysis” (source: 2022 Annual UAP report:

Another good source quiet_quitting shared was this site to find your Reps:

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