UFOS: Pentagon To Explain Some Sightings Soon


UFOs: Research on unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in the United States has always been shrouded in an aura of mystery. After many years of being relegated to an obscure room on the fifth floor of the Pentagon’s C ring, according to the New York Times, the program came to light thanks to the intervention of Christopher Mellon, assistant secretary of defense for Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

It was Mellon who, after leaving his post in the U.S. government in 2017, delivered to the Times three videos of US Navy UFOs, which had lost their confidentiality status. Remembered in the news program “60 Minutes” of the CBS station, last Sunday (17th), the story was explained by Mellon himself, who spoke about the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP).

Mellon explained to “60 Minutes” that he decided to deliver the videos because he was concerned, at the time, that little could be done to investigate the origin of UFOs, now renamed to UAPs (aerial phenomena not identified in the acronym in English).

A matter of national security

Interviewed on the same CBS program, Republican Senator Marco Rubio ratified Mellon’s thesis, and recalled that “Anything that enters an airspace that shouldn’t be there is a threat”. For the senator, the UAPs sighted may be some type of aircraft from an opponent nation of the country, such as Russia or China.

Experts argue that the records may be a consequence of some kind of failure in the equipment of the Navy jets, although the pilots guarantee to have seen the UAPs with the naked eye. And it is logical that, in the case of unidentified objects, the recurring theory of a possible alien technology always arises.

In any case, Rubio himself already asked the Pentagon and the US Director of National Intelligence, in December last year, to deliver a non-confidential report to Congress on the issue of UAPs within six months.


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