For the first time in more than 50 years, Congress hosted a hearing on UFOs
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Pentagon officials confirmed to US Congress this Tuesday that they got their army with unidentified airborne objects or incidents and increased alerts received from 2004 to 400.
For the first time in more than 50 years, Congress hosted a hearing on UFOs in which the US Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security testified, Ronald Moultrieand Deputy Director of US Naval Intelligence, Scott Bray,
During the hearing before the House Intelligence Subcommittee, several lawmakers insisted that the reason for the hearing was end the stigma On this subject so that the army informs its superiors when faced with such an incident.
Subcommittee Chairman, Democrats andre carsonWhich represents one district of Indiana, recalled that more than half a century ago the US government ended the “Blue Book” project, which analyzed 12,618 UFOs discovered by the nation’s Air Force between 1952 and 1969. did.
Years later, in 2017, lawmakers learned that the Defense Department had quietly launched a similar project to follow suit. America has stopped calling UFOs to name an unidentified aerial phenomenon; And last year Congress wrote the rules for the initiative.
An Office for Analyzing UFOs
Moultrie explained that in fiscal year 2022 (which began last October), the Pentagon has created an office to oversee the collection, treatment and analysis of any encounters with UFOs or these types of events, which are not always objects. .
For his part, Scott Bray, the deputy director of US Naval Intelligence, referred to an official report published almost a year ago that the country detected a total of 144 unidentified airborne incidents between 2004 and 2021, and that it The figure has increased. 400.
The reason for this increase is that troops have begun to report these types of incidents more, thanks to actions being taken to end stigma, an increase in systems such as drones in US airspace, and the use of sensors and radars. Thanks for the correction find them.
The Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence explained that, after completing the analysis, it is likely that UFOs fall into categories such as radar interference, natural atmospheric phenomena, US government or industry development programs, or alien adversarial systems.
“And there’s another box that allows us to put in difficult cases, and the possibility of surprises and possible scientific discoveries,” he said.
Despite his estimates, Bray did not rule out that the number would drop to 400, as some of these alerts are based only on people’s testimony, while many others are supported by more objective measurement systems, such as sensors or radar.
18 UFOs With No Visible Means Of Propulsion
Democratic legislator Adam Schiff has been concerned since a report released by the Office of the US Director of National Intelligence from June last year listed 18 unidentified aerial incidents apparently involving sophisticated technology and “no apparent means of propulsion”. flew without
In that sense, I asked Bray if the US knew of any foreign adversaries capable of flying objects without specific propulsion, to which the Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence replied that he was not aware of that. that an opponent can do so.
“I would just say that there is a chain of events for which we have no explanation,” said Bray, who said that these types of objects are the ones they are most interested in.
During the session, those responsible for the Pentagon illustrated their words with videos of UFOs, although at times the explanation can be simple.
a triangle that could be a drone
In one of them, which according to Bray was recorded off the US coast, he detected a reflective triangle that could be seen with night glasses and he thinks it may be a drone, precisely because Using this type of lens will facilitate reflection. of a triangular shape.
Another legislator, Republican Eric Crawford, asked defense officials if they could provide a concrete example of something that is not of natural origin and cannot be attributed to humans.
Bray cited a video recorded in 2004 by a Navy fighter from the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS “Nimitz”: “We have data on that and it’s something that remains unresolved.”
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