The report contradicts public claims the Pentagon has made about its UFO program.
The Army says details about its agreement with To the Stars Academy to research 'novel materials' are exempt from FOIA.
The U.S. Army will now look for "demonstrable physical phenomena" in a piece of metal the UFOlogist says came from an alien spacecraft.
The Army is looking for "military utility" in mysterious metals obtained by DeLonge's To the Stars Academy.
The government will study DeLonge's mysterious 'exotic' metals, active camouflage, 'beamed energy propulsion' and a host of other wild technologies.
Tom DeLonge's UFO Research Company Paid $35,000 for 'Exotic' Metals That Might Actually Just Be Slag
In an SEC filing, the company said that it paid $35,000 for "six pieces of Bismuth/Magnesium-Zinc metal" and a piece of aluminum.
There's been an explosion of UFO lobbyists in DC—from Tom DeLonge to lawyers who demand that the president does a "Disclosure," in which he admits aliens live among us.
A Congressman is asking the Navy to release its UFO files. His letter closely aligns with the findings the former Blink-182 singer has released over the last two years.
It hasn't posted any proof yet, but the former Blink 182 singer's group says it is currently studying materials to see if they came from a UFO.
"I Won't Be Home for Christmas" stood alone as a misanthropic pop-punk holiday anthem for two decades. One emo-rap prodigy might finally change that.
A recent filing with the SEC from To the Stars Academy “raise doubts about the company’s ability to continue.”
If you’re wondering whether Blink 182 is somehow involved in this, the answer is "yes, of course they are."