Uncle Sam wants to fight in the UFO phenomenon that is clearly starting to become mainstream – and they are doing so by launching a whole new team specifically designed to dig… or, should we say, probe deeper.
The US Department of Defense announced this week that it is setting up a task force called the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group to examine what several people claim to have seen in the sky, dating back to decades.
This new unit will replace the Navy’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Working Group, which was created last year. Looks like the Pentagon wants to broaden the scope here.
In a press release, the DoD says the aim of this new group will be to “detect, identify and assign objects of interest in special use airspace”, and not just that – but also, “to assess and mitigate any threats associated with flight safety and national security. “
Translation: We want to know who or what is flying around us, and if they come in peace !!!
The DoD notes that this decision is a direct matter and in coordination with the highest intelligence officials … while stressing that this is the direct result of this DNI report earlier this year, which turned out to be a big nothing.
You will recall that our government has not been able to correctly identify or explain 143 flying objects out of 144 this had been observed and / or documented since 2004. The Defense Ministry says the new agency is being formed to improve a system that is clearly flawed.
While this may appear to be exactly what needs to happen in light of members of Congress publicly demanding that the Pentagon confess what it knows … some actually see it as a bad thing, it will only obscure the information further. of secrecy.
Critics claim this appears to be a government shadow move to keep the public in the dark – and it should only be portrayed as an attempt to uncover the truth.