Searching for unidentified aerial phenomena through technosignatures in our skies.

Welcome to UAPx

The mission, duty, and purpose UAP Expeditions Organization (UAPx) is to identify, classify, understand, and provide a public repository of knowledge on Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon. UAPx, with preliminary data analysis, supports the construct that if and when individual UAP incidents are resolved, they will fall into one of five potential explanatory categories: airborne clutter, natural atmospheric phenomena, government or industry developmental program, the foreign adversary system, and classifications which will require intense scientific study to explain appropriately. 

The UAPx Team

Meet our team of military Veterans, Physicists, Research Scientists, and trained observers.

Kevin Day


Gary Voorhis

Co-Founder & President

Jason Turner

consultant (volunteer)

Michael W. Hall, JD

Legal Affairs

Dr. Kevin Knuth 

Science & Technology (Quantum Physics)

Christopher Altman

Science & Technology (Space) & Director of Special Projects

Matthew M. Szydagis, Ph.D.

Science & Technology Consultant
(Dark Matter & Radiation Detection)  

Jeremy McGowan

Field investigator/Senior Technical Writer

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