Pentagon creates UFO analysis office

The Pentagon creates a UFO analysis office

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WASHINGTON | The Pentagon has announced the creation of an office responsible for collecting and analyzing all information on unidentified flying objects (UFOs) observed by different branches of the US military. & nbsp;

This “synchronization group on the identification and management of aerial objects” or AOIMSG according to its acronym in English, replaces the “work cell on unidentified aerial phenomena” created in August 2020 and then entrusted to the US Navy, the US Department of Defense announced in a statement issued overnight Tuesday to Wednesday.

The office is placed under the responsibility of the Under-Secretary of Defense in charge of Intelligence and Security, a sign that for the American military, “unidentified aerial phenomena” do not come from little green men but rather from very real adversaries of the United States. United States.

Washington is particularly concerned about China's spying capabilities using drones and other airborne means.

The future director of the AOIMSG, not yet appointed, will synchronize the activities in this field of the various branches of the military and the American intelligence services.

The Pentagon released three videos last year taken by US Navy pilots – one in November 2004 and the other two in January 2015 – showing in-flight encounters with “unidentified aerial phenomena”.

On the a, we can see an oblong object moving quickly and which, a few seconds after being spotted by one of the sensors at aboard the US Navy aircraft, disappears following a sudden acceleration.

In another video, an object is distinguished above the clouds, the pilot wondering if it it is a drone.

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