UFO Radio Interview: “GOVERNMENT DoD INSIDER, CHRIS MELLON ON UFOs 06-01-2016”

Published: 2 June 2016
(Podcast UFO, Sebago, Maine)
Source: Martin Willis Live Shows (YouTube channel)
Video text:
“Alejandro Rojas with the UFO updates, host of Podcast UFO, Martin Willis is the first to interview former DoD insider, Chris Mellon. Chris talks about where he ventured with interests in the UFO topic when he was on the inside. What access levels government officials may or may not have, including the US president and why he joined UFOData, as well as the goals they hope to achieve.
Chris Mellon’s background: Chris graduated from Yale with a Master’s Degree in International Relations, he worked for many years for the US Department of Defense as the Deputy Assistant Secretary, Security & Information Operations as well as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Minority Staff Director of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
His responsibilities included review and oversight of intelligence activities, which included Area 51 and other sensitive governmental locations. He also spent over a decade on the Senate Intelligence Committee, involved in oversight of NRO, CIA, NSA and other intelligence organizations. He became the first Congressional official to review all of the NSA’s compartmented programs. Chris is the recipient of numerous awards, including the National Reconnaissance Office Gold Medal and the Defense Intelligence Agency Director’s Medal.
Chris has had a lifetime fascination with UFOs, and has recently became a Board Member of UFODATA, UFO Detection & Tracking as he believe the topic needs serious scientific investigation and is putting his efforts forward.”
Christopher Mellon is now the National Security Affairs Advisor for the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.
The interview starts at 14:17 minutes into the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmhGQY9pfos

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