US Army Will Study ‘Metamaterials’ Collected by UFO Study Group

      The service has pledged to spend $750,000 to examine futuristic materials and technologies collected or studied by a group run by Blink-182’s frontman.
By Jack Corrigan

UFO truthers don’t typically hold a lot of credibility within the research community, but today the Defense Department is acknowledging at least one such group could have some serious contributions to make.

The Army Combat Capabilities Development Command recently partnered with the To The Stars Academy to study a wide variety of different technologies and materials, most of which sound like they were pulled straight from a sci-fi movie. The cooperative research and development agreement is set to last five years and could ultimately help the Army develop new capabilities for its fleet of ground vehicles.

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