More films of strange objects that appear to defy the laws of gravity captured by the US military have lately surfaced, indicating that the long-awaited Pentagon report on UFOs could be issued as soon as Tuesday.
The $2.3 trillion coronavirus treatment package authorised by President Donald Trump in December included funds for the report.
It began a 180-day countdown for US intelligence agencies, working under the guidance of the Director of National Intelligence, to inform Congress of what they know regarding the existence of “unidentified aerial phenomena.”
The Office of Naval Intelligence, the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, and the FBI are scheduled to release thorough analysis of data and intelligence on UFOs in the study.
When he was acting chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee last December, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) also requested an unclassified copy of the report.
Rubio said the US should take reports of UFOs “seriously” in an interview with CBS News’ “60 Minutes” last month.
Rubio stated, “I want us to take it seriously and create a procedure to handle it seriously.” “Every time data comes in, I want us to have a mechanism in place to assess it. There should be a place where this can be catalogued and analysed on a regular basis.
Perhaps the answer is straightforward. “Perhaps it doesn’t,” he speculated. Former Navy Lt. Ryan Graves said he and other members of his squadron began seeing UFOs flying above restricted airspace southeast of Virginia Beach every day in 2014, according to the same programme.
He claimed they posed a security risk.
A weird flying object is seen on video near a US Navy ship.
“I’m concerned, to be honest…. It would be a huge issue if these were tactical aeroplanes from another country stationed up there,” Graves added.
“However, because it appears to be slightly different, we are unwilling to confront the problem head-on. We’re content to just overlook the idea that they’re observing us.
In a March interview, John Ratcliffe, the Trump administration’s director of national intelligence, gave a sneak peek to the government’s findings.
He told Fox News, “There are a lot more sightings than have been made public.” “A few of them were declassified.”
“And when we talk about sightings, we’re talking about objects that have been observed by Navy or Air Force aircraft, or picked up by satellite photography, and that, frankly, do things that are hard to explain.”
“We don’t have the technology to mimic movements that are difficult to imitate. Or going faster than the speed of sound without making a sonic boom,” he explained.
Lue Elizondo, a former Pentagon official who oversaw the programme to study UFOs, told The Washington Post that he has seen UFO footage.
“It was a holy-s–t moment: ‘Oh, my god, it’s real,’ I thought. He described the moment he learned they were real as “well, crap, now we have to do something about it.”
From 2010 until 2017, Elizondo was the director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, and he said he had access to Pentagon data on UFOs that astounded him.
He claimed to have questioned military eyewitnesses who had seen the flying objects practically every day.
According to the data he examined, the items travelled 60 miles in five seconds.
“Do the math,” Elizondo said to The Washington Post. “You’ll notice how quick it is.”
The calculation yields a speed of 43,200 miles per hour.