The Pentagon created a new group to investigate reports of UFOs close to sensitive military areas


The Pentagon has announced the formation of a new group that will investigate reports of UFOs close to sensitive military areas, called Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group. (Unexplained Aerial Phenomena) is the military term to describe what is usually known as UFOs or Unexplained Flying Objects. In a press release, the Pentagon said: „Incursions by any airborne object into our SUA (Special Use Airspace) pose safety of flight and operations security concerns, and may pose national security challenges.” In fact, this confirm the existence of such events estimated to be a serious problem. The new investigative group will be overseen by the under secretary of defense for intelligence, who will head an executive council including the director of the Joint Staff and senior officials from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.


The Pentagon said it will release more guidance in the coming weeks about how the group will be organized and what the office will be responsible for. The report previously presented – months ago – by the U.S. intelligence community, requested by Congress, could not explain 143 incidents and said 18 of them appeared “to demonstrate advanced technology.” The report found no evidence that aliens were responsible for the sightings. The issue of UAPs has fueled years of Washington infighting, including bureaucratic battles within the Pentagon and pressure from Congress, about how seriously to treat the reports. Last year, the Pentagon released a still inexplicable video taken by navy pilots of objects moving at incredible speeds, spinning and mysteriously disappearing.