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Pentagon: Will it publish UFO findings?

The Pentagon may publish UFO findings, while Senate Committee states that the strange pictures UFOs continue to be analyzed.

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Pentagon: Will it publish UFO findings?

The program of the Pentagon for him detection and the explanation of unknown flying objects, UFO, is now coordinated by Maritime Information Office and the Pentagon may reveal some findings about the mysterious, unexplained aerial phenomena to the public, according to a post by New York Times, on Thursday.

In a report by Information from Senate Committee, submitted Marco Rubio on July 17, there is a buried section on "advanced aerial threats", Which discusses its efforts"special group for unidentified aerial phenomena».

The report shows that the task force has been set up to "standardize the collection and reporting of unidentified airborne phenomena,»The ties they may have with foreigners governments and risk in which they put the American army. The New York Times Pentagon officials say they will not discuss the UFO program.

The committee instructed the task force to prepare a report on "unidentified aerial phenomena (also known as anomalous aerial vehicles), including observed unidentified airborne objects» within 180 days from the enactment of the information approval law, which governs the way in which information is referred to Congress.

The post of New York Times also points out his allegations Eric W. DavisOf astrophysicist who talked about an earlier version of it research UFO conducted by the Pentagon, and states that unexplained materials were recovered that could not have come from humans or the Earth in general.

Pentagon: Will it publish UFO findings?

In April, the Pentagon released video by three secret UFO images, captured by Navy of USA. The Navy has not explained further information about the photos of the objects. Of course, this does not mean that aliens are depicted. When the Mick West, who manages the website Metabunk, examined one of the unexplained objects in the videos in 2018, stated that it was likely to be a balloon or a bird.


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