According to a Pentagon federal intelligence analysis, the UFOs that Navy pilots saw in recent years are not classified technology. He does not rule out that they could be alien ships.
This study is the result of a military task force that was formed last year to investigate decades of unexplained airplane sightings in US Airspace. The Pentagon claimed it sought to “better its understanding” of unexplained aerial phenomena (UAPs), popularly known as UFOs, and see if they constituted a national security danger.
This assessment was ordered as part of a package d’aide that Barack Obama authorized last year. UFO encounters have been a subject of conspiracy theories for a long time. Their release has sparked a revolution in society. There was much speculation before the substance was made public to Congress on June 25th. What information do you have about the report’s contents?
The New York Times published the findings first on Thursday. CNN followed closely. These news agencies claimed to have spoken with officials from the government regarding the longawaited report.
Officials say that most of the more 120 events reported in the past 20 years were reported by US Navy personnel. However, some of these incidents involved foreign military personnel. CNN reports that the analysis doesn’t rule out alien involvement in some of these cases, according to three people.
It is worth noting, however, there is no evidence to suggest that any of the aerial phenomena that Navy pilots have seen in recent years was alien spacecraft. CNN cited intelligence officials to claim that some of the airborne phenomena could be explained by experimental technology from Russia or China. This discovery is of national security concern to intelligence authorities, regardless of whether it is genuine. NASA will investigate UFOs.
NASA’s new administrator, Bill Nelson, has directed scientists to look into unexplained flying objects. There is no evidence that aliens have visited Earth yet, according to the former Florida senator who rode aboard the space shuttle Columbia, but he doesn’t rule it out either. Of the contacts documented by Navy pilots, Nelson told CNN, “We don’t know if it’s extraterrestrial.” “We don’t sure if it’s a foe or not. We’re not sure if it’s an optical illusion. We don’t believe it to be an optical phenomenon based on the descriptions made by Navy pilots. We want to find out.
According to Jackie McGuinness (NASA press secretary), Nelson has not created an official task force to examine UFOs. However, he has instructed investigators to continue their investigation. “This is a fascinating occurrence, and the American public is certainly interested in it, therefore scientists should investigate it,” McGuinness said.
The Pentagon’s strange objects are described in the report as confusing and imprecise. It is however remarkable that extraterrestrial origin has not yet been ruled out. The most bizarre thing is that NASA has decided to examine it more closely, a decision NASA has made since its inception.