Disclosure advocate releases NORAD UFO files


NORAD tracks an average of 1,800 UFOs annually and intercepts about 75 times each year, according to Canadian Access to Information Act (AIA) documents recently released to UFO Disclosure Advocate Victor Viggiani.

No one at NORAD is saying these were UFOs – but instead, they refer to unidentified objects as Tracks of Interest (TOI) or Unknown Tracks.

Viggiani spoke Saturday night, June 25, 2016, at the Alien Cosmic Expo in Ontario, Canada, and copied panel members on the 11 documents he is in possession of.

NORAD is the North American Aerospace Defense Command – a combined U.S. and Canada organization – that provides aerospace warning, air sovereignty, and defense of North America. NORAD is located at Peterson Air Force Base near Colorado Springs, CO.

In response to Viggiani’s request for documents pertaining to NORAD tracking or intercepting UFOs, a letter from NORAD Operations details how requests for information on Unknown Tracks cannot be released due to their sensitive nature due to national security. But the letter does provide a summation from the NORAD Commander.​

“However, the NORAD Commander has approved the release of the following information regarding Tracks of Interest (TOI) and Unknown Tracks. The yearly average in the past five years has been 1,800 TOIs and 75 intercepts.”

In addition to this letter, Viggiani also received a six-page document as an example of a TOI.

Reached at his home in Toronto today, Viggiani said this particular document is very revealing, but also leaves a number of unanswered questions.

The document is a NORAD status report, which uses a line-item approach as details are available to be reported. Some of the lines are redacted or blocked out so that they cannot be seen. In one area they outline how an intercept was ordered on three objects.

“The missing information,” Viggiani said, “is obviously what did they see when they intercepted?”

Viggiani is the News Director of international news service ZlandCommunications. From his biography:

“His study of anomalous aerial phenomenon, research and analysis of Extraterrestrial issues spans over 30 years. His experience involves UFO sightings report investigation, academic and radio journalism with a primary focus on UFO/ET government Disclosure. Victor has addressed the media and audiences in Sydney and Brisbane Australia, Washington D.C., at the Washington D.C. National Press Club, CBC and CTV Toronto television news programs and at Convocation Hall University of Toronto. Victor is a co-host on the Richard Syrett Show on AM 740 Radio in Toronto.”

A video of Viggiani’s statement at the Expo is below. The 11 documents – including 15 pages – can be seen here for review.

The files are said to detail official UFO investigations.
Victor Viggiani released the documents to the public during the Alien Cosmic Expo event on Saturday.
The surprise release allegedly confirms that, contrary to the US government’s claims that it has maintained little interest in UFOs, high-ranking military and civilian officials have actually been investigating and researching the phenomenon for decades.

“I have here in front of me eleven documents,” Viggiana, a retired school administrator from Toronto, told fellow UFO investigators at the ET Disclosure Hearing last weekend.

“They are directly from NORAD indicating that over the last five years an average of 1,800 ‘tracks of interest’ with 75 intercepts. This is directly from the commander of NORAD.”

While the specific details of the objects in question have been redacted on the files, Viggiana strongly believes that the documents represent evidence of UFOs and even claims that the government has threatened him with with indictment over their release.

“I dare the U.S. government to charge me,” he said to voracious applause from the audience.

Whether the files really are from NORAD and whether they contain anything of significance to those hunting for the truth behind the UFO phenomenon however remains to be seen.