The Department of Defense has set up an office to monitor unidentified objects in space and in the air, under water or even those that appear to travel between these domains. So not just UFOs, but everything that is not identifiable.
UFOs, or as they are now known, UAP Unindentified Air Phenomena have received new levels of government scrutiny not seen in decades. In recent months, numerous classified hearings and briefings have been held in the halls of the United States Congress, and many lawmakers have expressed concern that American airspace may not be as safe as thought, due to the numerous sightings of unidentified objects reported. by military aviators and other members of the armed forces.
In view of this, the Department of Defense (DOD) announced the creation of this new office in a statement (opens in a new tab) published on Wednesday (July 20). The office is known as the “All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office” and was set up within the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security. The new office will be headed by Sean Kirkpatrick (open new tab), who previously held the position of chief scientist at the Defense Intelligence Agency's Missile and Space Intelligence Center.
Why such an office? We can make some assumptions:
- First of all there have actually been a lot of sightings of unidentified objects. This does not necessarily mean objects from other planets, so the search for a reason for these phenomena is strategically important;
- So in these moments of confusion and unclear political choices, perhaps a good distraction element is needed, and UFOs can be a great one.
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