The articles always cover known, unclassified, advanced systems in the military arsenals. Drones are a mainstay of pieces in the magazine.
The magazine tells me that there is a lot more, not being written about, or acknowledged.
General UFO enthusiasts don’t pursue such material — it isn’t kinky enough — and the few experts in military warfare are at the fringe of interest by ufologists.
The topics clarify and decrease much that passes for the UFO phe- nomenon, which passes for serious discussion of the phenomenon by such distractions of TheDebief or Warzone et cetera that take us into the weeds with items that have nothing to do with UFOs per see except as mimicry.
By that, I mean we are led astray by material and discourse that is not relevant to the real enigma: flying saucers….not UAP or drones or aerodynamic aircraft said to be developed from scratch or back-engineering of alleged crashed or downed UFOs.