A House Intelligence subcommittee Tuesday is holding the first congressional hearing on UFOs in 50 years. “There are a lot of unexplained aerial phenomena. We don’t know what they are, and they can’t be easily rationalized as weather phenomenon or balloons or anything else. So it’s quite a mystery,” House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said about. He also said it’s crucial for the government to “seriously evaluate and respond to any potential national security risks – especially those we do not fully understand.” According to a 2021 report it’s known the government recorded 144 reports from 2004 to 2021, including 80 that “involved observation with multiple sensors.” Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Moultrie and Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray will testify at the hearing Tuesday.
Many possibilities in the matter of UFOs are considered and maybe not surprising the aliens are not the most presumed. Instead, the possibility that a nation on the Earth could use an unknown yet technology for the entire world is examined very seriously generating a potential security threat. The military’s new term used to describe UFOs is Unexplained Aerial Phenomena. Top Pentagon officials including Ronald Moultrie, the Pentagon’s top intelligence official and Scott Bray, the deputy director of Naval Intelligence will face Congress questions. Committee chairman Rep. Andre Carson tweeted last week that “Americans need to know more about these unexplained occurrences.”