UFO deep-dives conducted by the Pentagon


UFO deep-dives conducted by the Pentagon have not yet turned up any evidence of alien life. 

The undersecretary of defense claimed, “I have not yet observed anything that would suggest an alien encounter.” UFO deep-dives conducted by the Pentagon.

Senior military officials asserted on Friday that there is still no proof that aliens have visited Earth or crashed here, despite the Pentagon’s intensified efforts to investigate UFO sightings.

They contend, however, that the Pentagon’s attempts to investigate strange, inexplicable objects, whether they were in space, the air, or even underwater, led to hundreds of new complaints that are presently being investigate.

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They haven’t yet seen anything, though, that would indicate intelligent alien life.

“I have not seen anything in those holdings to say that there has been an extraterrestrial visitation, an alien crash, or anything like that,” said Ronald Moultrie, undersecretary of defense for intelligence and security.

The recently recruited chief of the Pentagon’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), Sean Kirkpatrick, stated that he was taking a scientific approach to the study and did not fully rule out the possibility of extraterrestrial life.

“We will go through everything.” Kirkpatrick made the declaration during the first press conference following the establishment of AARO in July.

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And because I’m a physicist, I have to follow the scientific process; therefore, I’ll go wherever the data and research lead.

The goal of AARO is to assist in identifying potential risks to the safety of US military operations and to national security. The organization’s objective is to focus on unexplained behavior around military facilities, restricted airspace, and “other areas of interest.”

The research determined that there is insufficient information on the other 143 incidents to determine if they reflect some unusual aerial system built by the US government, a private company, or a foreign power like China or Russia.

The Pentagon previously published a video of certain unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs), mysterious objects with speed and maneuverability beyond that of known aircraft technology but with no discernible methods of propulsion or flight-control surfaces.

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