The Pentagon has decided to re-investigate the UFO phenomenon and has set up a special investigative unit. The order was signed by US Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Gicks.
This order is confirmed after the authors of the secret report of the American search do not make unequivocal months about the possibility of the existence of alien UFOs.
They reach a plausible belt, consisting of about 120 cases of such objects in the last 20. At the same time, other phenomena, including those recorded by military pilots near the training grounds, left the question open, explains BBC scientific correspondent Leonid Lunev.
So, last year the Pentagon published a video of naval pilots and still unexplained video, which shows objects moving at great speed, and then disappear in an incomprehensible way.
The new department is primarily investigating incidents in areas where flights are strictly controlled or banned altogether. This is done for reasons of national security or military secrecy.
The fact is that the military is discovering that it may not be alien spies at all, but unknown Americans who have developed or acquired these terrestrial enemies.
In fact, in June this year, China tested a hypersonic device capable of launching missiles at speeds that significantly improve the speed of sound. This has led Washington to believe that Beijing has developed technologies that the United States has not yet developed.
Not surprisingly, the Pentagon’s statements to any country that “the invasion of those summer facilities is prohibited for flights. investigates each such case. “
A new assignment department for the identification of the AOIMSG, coded as the Grouping and Tracking of Summer Objects. The department will be monitored by groups of experts, including the military and intelligence.
Earlier this year, the US Department of Defense released three declassified videos of “unknown aerial phenomena” that had previously been “merged” with journalists as “UFO videos.”
The first video was shot in 2004 and published by the New York Times in 2007.
On it, two pilots of a US Navy fighter film filmed an object that flew over the surface of the Pacific Ocean 160 km from shore.
The other two videos were shot in 2015 and released in 2017. They show flying objects, one of which rotates.
Also hear the words of the pilot: “Look at this, dude! It’s spinning!”
The pilots suggested that it could be drones.
The Pentagon noted that these videos do not reveal which fundamentally important military facilities or whether they do not affect the investigation of airspace violations by “unknown air phenomena.”