Image credit: Barbara David


NOTE: Late Thursday NASA re-released a UAP press release, sharing the name of the NASA UAP Director.

According to the statement: “While NASA still is evaluating the report and assessing the independent study team’s findings and recommendations, the agency is committed to contributing to the federal government’s unified UAP effort by appointing Mark McInerney director of UAP research.”

McInerney previously served as NASA’s liaison to the Department of Defense covering limited UAP activities for the agency.

Per NASA, in the director role, McInerney will centralize communications, resources, and data analytical capabilities to establish a robust database for the evaluation of future UAP.

McInerney will also leverage NASA’s expertise in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and space-based observation tools to support and enhance the broader government initiative on UAP.

Since 1996, McInerney served various positions at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland; the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the National Hurricane Center.


Of all the revelations today from a NASA-released study of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) by an “independent” study group was keeping the identity of its new UAP Research Director under wraps.

“We will not give his name out,” said Nicola Fox, associate administrator for NASA’s science mission directorate.

Meanwhile, NASA leader, Bill Nelson said the NASA UAP Research Director would work on the implementation of the agency’s vision for UAP research, like using NASA’s expertise to work with other agencies to analyze UAP, making use of artificial intelligence and machine learning “to search the skies for anomalies.”

Nelson repeatedly opined that NASA will do its UAP work “transparently” and evoked the mantra of “scientific process.”

I guess you need to bring your own Windex when you spot-clean those windows of transparency?



For more information, go to:

Leave a Reply