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Who is SCU?

The SCU is a research organization comprised largely of scientists, former military officers, and law enforcement personnel with technical experience and backgrounds in investigation. The SCU operates as a cooperative among the founder board members, independent researcher affiliates and affiliated or partnered organizations. The SCU functions as a hub for standardized research and investigation among peers in the respective disciplines in to the subject of UAPs. The SCU is a volunteer organization, however it functions as a cooperative among scientifically minded individuals and organizations interested in the study of UAP's. The following are the specific roles applicants or appointees can potentially participate in.

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The SCU at its discretion will identify other UFO organizations with which it is willing to partner. If a mutual agreement can be reached that provides value to both sides then an agreement will be created and signed between the two organizations.

Any individual that publicly supports and shows solidarity with SCU’s mission and goals.


All individuals who apply for Contributor status are approved by majority (quorum) vote of the SCU Board. A Contributor is an individual that wishes to work on specific research and studies under the guides of SCU policy, mission and goals. Any individual can apply to become a contributor by submitting a resume and cover letter describing their interest in the subject focused study of UAPs and the reasons specific to joining SCU.  Read More