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UFO Reports From U.S. Military Are Increasing

In the past year, UFO-related reports from U.S. military personnel have increased significantly.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has released a Report On Thursday, it was revealed that 510 of these reports were filed. This includes the 144 incidents in the June 2021 unclassified document. “Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena.”

“Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) reporting is increasing, enabling a greater awareness of the airspace and increased opportunity to resolve UAP events,” According to the report. “In addition to the 144 UAP reports covered during the 17 years of UAP reporting included in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) preliminary assessment, there have been 247 new reports and another 119 that were either since discovered or reported after the preliminary assessment’s time period.”

The All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, (AARO), was established by the deputy secretary in July 2022. It found that more than half the reports were unremarkable. 26 were classified unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)/UAS-like entities. 163 were characterized balloon-like entities. Six were attributed clutter.

According to the report, U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force pilots and operators were responsible for most of the claims.

ARO wanted to use certain terms to describe UAPs. “Range Fouler,” A “UAP interrupting pre-planned training or other military activity in military operating areas or restricted airspace,” And “Transmedium Objects or Devices,” Defined as “objects or devices that are observed to transition between space and the atmosphere, or between the atmosphere and bodies of water, that are not immediately identifiable.”

The report was expected to be published by October’s end. Ron Moultrie was appointed the undersecretary for defense intelligence and security in December. Frequently Asked Questions If he had “affirmative evidence” The evidence he had collected showed that any one of the anomalies was an alien from space. Moultrie replied, “The answer’s no, we have nothing. … We have not seen anything that would lead us to believe that any of the objects that we have seen are of alien origin, if you will. If we find something like that, we will look at it and analyze it and take the appropriate actions.”

AARO Director Sean Kirkpatrick cautioned, “I would just say we are structuring our analysis to be very thorough and rigorous. We will go through it all. And as a physicist, I have to adhere to the scientific method, and I will follow that data and science wherever it goes.”

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