US report on Pentagon-documented UFOs leaves sightings unexplained – News Vibe24

    US report on Pentagon-documented UFOs leaves sightings unexplained - Times of India
    A major U.S. government report on UFOs released Friday states that defense and intelligence analysts do not have enough data to determine the nature of the mysterious flying objects observed by military pilots, including whether they are advanced terrestrial technology, or extraterrestrial nature.
    The report, which was presented to Congress and released to the public, contains 144 comments on what the government officially refers to as the “unidentified air phenomenon” or UAP, dating back to 2004. Published by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence at working with a US Navy-led UAP working group.
    The report includes a number of UAP cases previously revealed in Pentagon video footage of U.S. naval carriers showing enigmatic aircraft off the east and west coasts of the United States that show speed and maneuverability that go beyond known aviation technologies and are invisible to the naked eye. flight control surfaces.
    Asked about the possibility of an alien explanation for the observations, a senior US official said: “This is not the purpose of the panel to assess any kind of extraterrestrial life search….
    “From the 144 reports we are dealing with here, we have no clear indication that there is any non-terrestrial explanation for them – but we will go wherever the data takes us,” the official added.
    All but one, an example of an “airborne mess” remains unexplained, subject to further analysis, US officials said on condition of anonymity, they told reporters during an interview describing the report’s findings.
    For the remaining 143 cases, the government has not yet decided whether or not the performances may be of extraterrestrial origin, officials said.
    Similarly, the panel does not have enough data to conclude whether any of these incidents represented an exotic air system developed by either the US government or a commercial entity or a foreign power, according to officials.
    “From the data we have, we do not have clear indications that any of these unidentified aerial phenomena are part of an alien (intelligence) collection program and we do not have clear data indicating a significant technological advancement by a potential adversary,” the senior official said.
    “We continue to put a lot of effort and energy into monitoring these types of developments and we are monitoring it very carefully. Nothing in this data set clearly points us in that direction,” he added.
    The government has in recent years adopted UAP as its preferred term for what is otherwise known as “unidentified flying objects”, or UFOs, long associated with the concept of alien spacecraft.
    A second senior official said 21 of the reports showed UAPs “that appear to have some sort of advanced promotion or advanced technology”, and appear to lack means of promotion or acceleration and show speeds beyond what the United States believes foreigners have. opponents.
    The report was ordered by Congress as part of a wider intelligence bill signed by former President Donald Trump in December. Senator Marco Rubio played a key role in his assignment.
    The report marks a turning point for the US government as the military has spent decades bypassing, dismantling and discrediting the observations of unknown flying objects and “saucers” dating back to the 1940s.
    “Whenever there is a concern about flight safety or anti-intelligence, we take it very seriously and will continue to take it seriously,” said the first senior official.
    The second senior official added, “Our approach is guided by science and data.”
    A number of nautical carriers have appeared in recent years to discuss their views on UAP with documentary filmmakers and news organizations, including Reuters.
    “A lot of the work that the working group has done so far has been on the issue of stigmatization, ensuring that those who observe unknown things are comfortable reporting it and that it is clear how they should report it,” the first official said. “I think the DoD (Ministry of Defense) has taken very important steps in recent months when it sent the message.”
    This is not the first official US government report on the issue. For example, the U.S. Air Force conducted a previous UFO survey called Project Blue Book, which expired in 1969, which compiled a list with 12,618 comments, 701 of which concerned items that remained officially “unknown”.
    In 1994, the Air Force announced that it had completed a study to locate records related to the 1947 Roswell incident in New Mexico. He said the materials recovered near Roswell were consistent with a balloon crash, the army’s long explanation, and that no records showed any foreign bodies or extraterrestrial material had been recovered.


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