FOIA Release Sheds Light on Five Eyes Alliance UAP Research Collaboration

Australian UAP researcher Grant Lavac has obtained documents through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, revealing details about the “FVEY Inaugural UAP Caucus Working Group” meeting. FVEY, which stands for “Five Eyes,” is an intelligence alliance that includes Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. It encourages collaboration and intelligence sharing among these nations, particularly in security and defense sectors.

This meeting, which is highlighted in documents released by the Department of Defense (DoD), represents an important step in international cooperation when it comes to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) research.

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The document, which consists of an email outlining the agenda for the meeting, shows participation from key representatives of several prominent agencies, which include the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), NASA, and the FVEY partners focusing on UAP research.

According to the email, “The meeting aims to foster a collaborative environment where FVEY partners can share insights and data on UAP phenomena.”

Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick

The meeting commenced with opening remarks from Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, then the Director of AARO who resigned towards the end of 2023.

Representatives from Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand also provided updates on their respective UAP research efforts.

“Updates from each partner emphasize the collective effort to understand and address UAP sightings and reports, underscoring the need for a unified approach,” the agenda outlined.

The meeting concluded with discussions on establishing a collaborative framework for ongoing research and regular meetings. The goal, as stated in the document, is to ensure “continuous sharing of information and findings among the FVEY partners.”

This FOIA release not only highlights the significance of international cooperation in UAP research but also underscores the dedication of the Five Eyes alliance to attempt to solve the mysteries surrounding UAPs. Lavac’s FOIA request has brought these critical details to light, providing a clearer picture of the global efforts in understanding and addressing UAPs.

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