The Strange Report Released by The United States on UFOs

On Friday, June 25, US intelligence released a report on unidentified flying objects (UFOs) sighted by army pilots.

This US intelligence report was eagerly awaited. But its conclusions risk leaving some unsatisfied. On Friday, June 25, the nine-page UFO document, relayed by CNN and the New York Times, was released to the public. The US government publicly acknowledges for the first time that unidentified flying objects have indeed been sighted by military pilots.

The intelligence examined 144 reports of "unidentified aerial phenomenon". Only one could be explained. On the other hand, investigators found no evidence that would suggest extraterrestrial life or a major technological advance from a foreign country, such as Russia or China. Even if this last possibility is not completely ruled out.

Concerning the object which could be explained, it is about "a large deflating balloon. The others remain unexplained", indicate the American information in their report. "Of the 144 reports we're dealing with here, we have no clear indication that there is a non-terrestrial explanation for them - but we'll go where the data takes us," a senior US official said, as quoted by CNN. . But investigators are also convinced that the majority of sightings were "physical objects".

In 11 cases, the pilots reported a "near miss" collision with these unidentified objects. The report nevertheless concludes that these objects "clearly pose a flight safety problem and may be a challenge to the national security of the United States", especially since most of these sightings were made near military zones. In a statement, the Pentagon also said that it planned to create an official mission to work on these UFOs.

After years of bureaucratic battles in Washington and the Pentagon, the US government finally seems to be taking seriously what has long been seen as a marginal problem. "This report is an important first step. There is still a lot of work before we can really understand whether these air threats present a serious national security problem," the Intelligence Committee said in a statement on Friday.

Source : Capital

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