October 20, 2021

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Did we get a visit from an alien? A long secret US report is very elusive

The U.S. media reports that the official U.S. report on unidentified flying objects (UFOs) does not explain the mysterious events observed by U.S. military pilots, and that there is no evidence of the existence of aliens.

U.S. The New York Times on Thursday reported on the findings of a report that will be released later this month, citing government officials. It is difficult to explain most of the events observed by military pilots.

Indescribable encounters

The Pentagon last year showed videos taken by U.S. Navy pilots appearing as UFOs. One of these videos is from November 2004, the other two videos are from January 2015.

After decades of secrecy, Congress last year ordered the executive to explain to the public the activities of the Pentagon, which is responsible for studying these events, which have been handed over to the U.S. Navy.

The Times quoted New York officials as saying that the report, which was commissioned by the Directorate of Intelligence (DNI), concluded that most of the more than 120 such incidents were not related to technologies tested by the U.S. military.

Part of the report will be confidential

But officials citing CNN say it is the only definitive conclusion of the document, and did not explicitly reject reports that they may have been aircraft of extraterrestrial descent.

Some officials quoted the New York Times as saying that part of the report was a security secret, sparking speculation about the US government’s intelligence about the aliens’ presence.

Russian or Chinese tests?

It is difficult to explain the acceleration and ability to change direction of objects shot by pilots. According to one of the officials quoted by the newspaper, US intelligence services fear that China or Russia are testing hypersonic technologies, moving at 10 or 20 times the speed, and being highly manipulative.

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Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Friday that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin had been briefed on the report. “We take any trip to our operating space seriously.”, He added.

The American people’s fascination with extraterrestrials has been revived by the latest report from the most serious American television magazine, “60 Minutes,” about the forthcoming release of this report.

Obama adds a layer

Former President Barack Obama, after a while, naughtily put on a diaper, admitted during a comedy show that when he came to the White House he asked if there was a secret laboratory in the White House. “We have alien models and spacecraft”. “They did some research, no answer”, He said with a smile. “What is the truth – here I am serious – there are videos and pictures of objects in the sky, we do not know what they are”, Mr. Obama added.

Encourage pilots to testify

To encourage Air Force soldiers to report these appearances without fear of being ridiculed, the Army no longer recruits them “Unidentified flying objects” (ufo) But like “Unidentified aerial events”.

The goal is for military and intelligence experts to have as many videos as possible to analyze them and identify as many aircraft as possible, which the Pentagon considers to be more of a spy than a visit. Little green men.

“The more data we collect, the narrower the gap between the unrecognized and the unrecognized, and the more we can avoid strategic surprises based on enemy technologies.”, Said Susan Koff, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Department of Defense.