The US Department of Defense has just officially launched a new internal investigation into a surprising issue: the handling by the military or the potential tampering with UFO reports and sightings over the years.
"The goal of this assessment is to determine the extent to which the Pentagon has taken action regarding Unidentified Airborne Phenomena (UAP)," he said. said in a note (here it is) to military leaders Randolph Stone, assistant inspector general for space, intelligence, engineering and surveillance assessments.
We may revise the objective of this internal investigation as the evaluation progresses. And we will consider management's suggestions for additional or revised goals.
An important deadline is approaching
It is not entirely clear who decided at the Pentagon to start the investigation or why it decided now, according to the site Political . But UFOs are likely at the forefront of the minds of the intelligence and military community since the deadline for intelligence agencies to reveal what they know on the issue in Congress is approaching. There is only one month left, in June there will be another phase of this disclosure. It goes without saying that the net is teeming with rumors about footage, aftermath and even artifacts related to the military investigation.
The Pentagon's major concern, however, is of human origin
The fact that the US military is internally investigating their response to the UFO phenomenon in the Pentagon is singular. The point of the matter, however (and also why this site is interested in the matter) is another. This investigation has much less to do with "alien" encounters than it does with high-flying aircraft or drones. Aircraft, in essence, neglected or undervalued while flying over (or guarding) the United States.
Among the most accredited theories is this that would explain the recent confirmations on some videos, including those that shoot this flock of triangular-shaped aircraft.
"We are wondering how this is possible. How is it possible that limited military airspace can be routinely breached for months and years and no one is informed. In the Pentagon or Congress and there is a complete system failure," says the former. Deputy Secretary of Defense of Intelligence Christopher Mellon he said to Political .