The United States defense officials announced to launch a task force to probe reports of anonymous flying objects activity in restricted U.S. airspace. Moreover, the Pentagon said that the task force would evaluate objects of interest and alleviate any associated threats. A highly awaited June military report failed to explain several reported UFO sightings and informed of possible national security risks.
Top intelligence and military leaders will oversee the group. In addition, the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG) will spot, classify and attribute objects of interest in restricted airspace, according to the statement of Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks. Their orders include cutting gaps in intelligence, analyzing intelligence, detection capabilities, counterintelligence statistics, and advocating policy in the area.
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According to the United States defense department, it takes any reports of aerial invasions – known or unknown – at a deep level and investigates each one. However, the defense department Tuesday’s announcement admits challenges that the pentagon report previously highlighted in June. After the United States military reported several examples of anonymous objects seen moving randomly in the sky, lawmakers demanded the report.
No Clear Indications of Any Otherworldly Activity
It said of one hundred and forty-four reports made about the incidents since 2004; they couldn’t describe all but one. Likewise, the Pentagon said there were no apparent signs of any strange activity; it didn’t exclude the possibility that the objects were extra-worldly. Many probable explanations offered at the time, including advanced technologies from another country such as Russia or China, natural atmospheric phenomena – such as ice crystals – that could register on radar systems, classified programs, and development programs by United States entities.
On 3rd June, the New York Times reported that the American intelligence officials found no evidence that Navy pilots witnessed unidentified aerial phenomena as alien spacecraft but can’t explain the movements of the unusual object and can’t definitely exclude strange explanations.