Retired Rear Admiral Tim Gallaudet has been outspoken about UFO disclosure ever since whistleblower David Grusch came forward. Grusch says the U.S. has a secret UAP retrieval and reverse engineering program that is hidden from the public and most of the government. Now Gallaudet, who is working on Harvard’s UAP Galileo Project, is pushing for disclosure. He said this is the “story of the century,” but disclosure is being hampered by an old, outdated Cold War mentality.
To review a comprehensive, in-depth breakdown of all of Grusch’s claims, with citations, see our story here.
Gallaudet: A Cold War Mentality Even Kept People of His Rank from Being Read In
Rear Adm. Gallaudet has Ph.D. in oceanography and is the CEO of Ocean STL Consulting, according to his LinkedIn profile. He’s a strategic adviser for numerous organizations, including Exo-Space, Xona Space Systems, the Ocean Research Advisory Panel for the White House, Americans for Safe Aerospace, and more. He served as Deputy Administrator for NOAA and is currently an affiliate with Harvard’s Galileo Project. The goal of the project is, in part, to “examine the possibility of extraterrestrial origin for unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), by making observations of objects in and near Earth’s atmosphere.”
His ranking of Rear Admiral (retired) places him at the “highest permanent rank during peacetime,” roughly equivalent to the rank of major general in the Army, Air Force, Marines, and Space Force, according to Wikipedia. Suffice to say, Gallaudet has extensive credentials to his name, and his assertions should be taken seriously.
On a LinkedIn discussion, when asked about the secrecy and gradual rollout of UAP information, Gallaudet said: “Holdover of Cold War culture to hide any advanced technology from our terrestrial adversaries. The problem is that it got so bad that not even Congress or uniformed military leaders like me were read-in. Whistleblowers finally got to Congress which has started to turn this around.”
He Says the House Hearing Witnesses Are Indeed Credible
Gallaudet was able to sit on the front row during the House Oversight Committee’s UAP hearing and noted that “we received confirmation of technology of nonhuman origin. This is the biggest #nationalsecurity and #scientificresearch story of our time.”
The witnesses during the hearing were military pilot Ryan Graves, retired Commander David Fravor, and David Grusch.
In response to a comment on one of his LinkedIn posts where a reader said they had heard from “others” that the witnesses weren’t credible, Gallaudet replied: “‘Others’ are wrong Amy. You will see a lot more as the Congress takes further action…”
When David Grusch’s story was first published by The Debrief, Gallaudet shared the story on LinkedIn and commented: “My interest in transformational #technology led me to join Harvard University’s GALILEO PROJECT last year to research the existence of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) in our skies and oceans. This news today marks a paradigm shift in our understanding of the universe that will make the scientific revolution in the 16th & 17th centuries look like baby steps.”
Most recently, Gallaudet wrote an opinion piece published by The Hill where he shared that UFOs are “the story of the century” and America needs to “wake up.”
He began by writing about how credible the witnesses were: “The three witnesses provided extraordinary testimony on their observations of aerial craft with performance characteristics far beyond those of modern aircraft, as well as knowledge of a hidden U.S. government crash retrieval program of such vehicles and their nonhuman operators. The witnesses were former officers in the U.S. military with stellar service records. Their message to Congress was that we are not alone, we possess technology unlike anything available in the public or private sectors, and the U.S. government has covered up this earth-shattering information for decades.”
But, he noted, mainstream media and the Internet essentially just “shrugged” when presented with the news.
He continued: “As a retired U.S. Navy flag officer, I can attest to the integrity and authenticity of the two pilots who testified… These two witnesses are the real deal. So is David Grusch. As a Navy information warfare officer, I worked closely with the intelligence community and Grusch’s former command, the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. I too have been read into special access programs, and I understand how Department of Defense classification systems and authorities work. His testimony is 100 percent credible.”