US Navy will investigate sightings UFO “much more seriously”. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

The US Navy has announced that it is preparing new formal guidelines for pilots and Navy personnel to report UFO meetings with “competent authorities”. This is in response to a series of sightings by UFO Navy pilots, most notably the UFO “tic tac” incident involving the USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group in 2004 when Navy fighter planes were overtaken by an aircraft unidentified who flew in ways that defied the laws of known physics. The development of these guidelines comes amid the growing interest of members of Congress following the revelations of the POLITICAL tabloid and the New York Times towards the end of 2017, where the Pentagon has set up a $ 25 million UFO research office, known as Advanced Identospace Threat Identification Program.

The program apparently ended in 2012. A Navy statement explained: “In response to requests for information from members and congressional staff, Navy officials provided a series of briefings from senior naval intelligence officials and aviators who have reported dangers to aviation safety. ” The Navy does not support the idea that its sailors have encountered alien spaceships. But he is recognizing that there have been quite strange air sightings by credible and highly trained military personnel, who need to be registered and studied in the official register – rather than being dismissed as some freaks or the realm of science fiction. Chris Mellon, a former Pentagon intelligence officer and former Senate Intelligence Committee staffer, said that establishing a more formal means of reporting UAPs (Unexplained Aerial Phenomena) would be a “real change”. At this time, we have a situation where UFOs and UAPs are considered as anomalies to ignore rather than unidentified flying objects. “

At the moment, we have a situation in which UFOs and UAPs are treated as anomalies to be ignored rather than by anomalies to be explored. We have systems that exclude that information and download it. For example, Mellon said that in many cases military personnel do not know what to do with such information, such as satellite data or a radar that sees something going on at Mach 3. They will download the data because it is not a traditional plane or a missile . That office spent about 25 million dollars conducting a series of technical studies and evaluating numerous inexplicable incursions of unknown objects, including one that lasted several days involving the USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group in 2004. In that case, the combat aircraft of the Navy were overtaken by unidentified planes that flew so that it seemed to defy the laws of known physics.

Raytheon, one of the leading defense contractors, used the official Department of Defense sightings’ reports and video off the coast of California to stop one of its radar systems to capture the phenomena. The Pentagon’s UFO research office, known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, was officially liquidated in 2012 when congressional funding ran out. The Navy refused to identify who was informed, nor would it have provided more details on the guidelines for UFO reports that were written for the fleet. The Air Force did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Supporters of the treatment of such sightings, seen as a potential threat to national security, have long criticized military leaders for paying relatively little attention to the phenomenon and for encouraging a culture in which staff believe that talking about it could harm them career. From today it will no longer be the case. All military personnel will be able to report UFO sightings!

US Navy will investigate sightings UFO “much more seriously”. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.



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US Navy will investigate sightings UFO much more seriously. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

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