Since 2021, spy agencies have reported hundreds more sightings of UFOs.

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spy agencies have reported hundreds more sightings of UFOs

  • news by AUN News correspondent
  • Friday, January 13, 2023
  • AUN News – ISSN: 2949-8090

Summary:

  • According to the report, more than half of those new sightings—the majority of which were made by Navy and Air Force pilots—display “unremarkable characteristics”: Six were referred to as “clutter,” 163 were referred to as balloons or “balloon-like creatures,” and 26 were classified as drones.

  • The National Defense and Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal 2023, which devotes 34 pages to aerial phenomena and stipulates several further procedures for the Defense Department and intelligence organisations, was passed after the DNI study was released.

  • The most recent law, approved by President Joe Biden in December, does not shy away from addressing some of the most contentious and passionately contested issues that have surrounded the UFO subject for decades.

  • “A historical report on government UFO efforts going back to 1945, including “any programme or activity that was protected by restricted access that has not been explicitly and reported to Congress,” is also required to be delivered by the AARO within 18 months under the new defence legislation.

  • High Pentagon officials also maintain that they are dedicated to uncovering any hidden UFO secrets that national security organisations have been accused of hiding, even from congressional oversight committees and top executive branch officials.

According to the report, more than half of those new sightings—the majority of which were made by Navy and Air Force pilots—display “unremarkable characteristics”: Six were referred to as “clutter,” 163 were referred to as balloons or “balloon-like creatures,” and 26 were classified as drones.

There are still 171 sightings left, some of which, according to the study, “appears to have displayed extraordinary flight characteristics or performance capabilities.” There were a few additional facts about these unexplained objects. However, the paper did mention that no American aircraft has ever collided with a UFO and that thus far, there have been no adverse health repercussions from witnessing them.

The secret report, which was given to Congress and was mandated by last year’s National Defense Authorization Act, is summarised in the 12-page study’s declassified form; it does not specify the dates of each sighting.

It is the most recent step in a rising congressional push that has been underway in recent years to pressure the military and intelligence services to treat sightings with greater seriousness and better coordinate their efforts to assess whether they pose a threat to national security. Additionally, lawmakers want agencies to share material with oversight committees that have not yet been disclosed.

Other high-ranking officials have stated recently that they have not found any proof yet that the unexplained vehicles are of extraterrestrial origin or point to the existence of a non-human entity.

But they assert that they are thinking critically.

According to Ronald Moultrie, undersecretary of defence for intelligence and security, “We have not seen anything that would… lead us to assume that any of the objects that we have observed are of alien origin.” “If we come across something like that, we’ll look into it, analyse it, and respond accordingly.”

The government-wide investigation focuses on the recently established All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office at the Pentagon, which was required by Congress last year.

Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the AARO, declared that he must follow the scientific process because he is a physicist. “I will follow that data and science wherever it goes,” he added.

However, officials have also claimed that they are only at the beginning of a comprehensive effort to examine UFOs, drawing on several military and civilian departments and government contractors.

The National Defense and Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal 2023, which devotes 34 pages to aerial phenomena and stipulates several further procedures for the Defense Department and intelligence organisations, was passed after the DNI study was released.

The most recent law, approved by President Joe Biden in December, does not shy away from addressing some of the most contentious and passionately contested issues that have surrounded the UFO subject for decades. They include the possibility that the government or its contractors have been concealing crashed UFOs or the chance that personnel have experienced health issues due to contacts.

The Pentagon and DNI must establish a safe procedure for reporting anomalies without concern about retaliation. That includes encouraging individuals to come forward if they have any information on objects discovered in unexplained flying things or about any covert projects to develop UFO technology.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), a member of the Armed Services and Intelligence committees and a leading supporter of recent UFO legislation, said on “The Brian Lehrer Show” on December 21: “We want to make sure that service members, and other members of the military, that they can accurately give this information when they come forward with data, information, and videos, that they can do so without having their careers suffer and being dismissed or ignored in any way.”

A historical report on government UFO efforts going back to 1945, including “any programme or activity that was protected by restricted access that has not been explicitly and reported to Congress,” is also required to be delivered by the AARO within 18 months under the new defence legislation.

Kirkpatrick said that going backwards in time and into the archives will be quite a scholarly project.

High Pentagon officials also maintain that they are dedicated to uncovering any hidden UFO secrets that national security organisations have been accused of hiding, even from congressional oversight committees and top executive branch officials.

According to Moultrie, we are investigating all of the compartmented initiatives that this department has run.

The recently passed legislation also requires the creation of an intelligence gathering and analysis plan to investigate the vehicles’ origins, characteristics, and purposes.

“A focused collecting strategy using both traditional and nontraditional sources and sensors,” according to Kirkpatrick, is being developed by the Pentagon agency.

This entails assembling a team of specialists from the DoD, NASA, CIA, and other organisations in addition to the commercial sector.

Kirkpatrick stated that “additional data will enhance the resolution of anomalous phenomena and help develop a complete picture.”

Additionally, NASA is intensifying its efforts to support the overall research. In October, the space agency formed an independent study group of top academics, computer scientists, oceanographers, and other professionals.

One of the main goals is to determine if any of its satellites or other space sensors have detected any UFO activity.

“Does our sensor data on this specific satellite, which is staring back at Earth, have any information that would clarify what others describe that item?” Bill Nelson, the administrator of NASA, stated in a recent interview.

In July, the NASA panel is expected to provide its report.

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