The UFO does not have to be related to extraterrestrial life, it is simply an unidentified flying object, so it could be from a drone to a non-commercial aircraft. Whatever the case, there are a lot of flights, and so far the US Department of Defense has not had a specific office dedicated to them.
That’s right, the US Department of Defense has just announced the creation of an Office for Tracking Unidentified Objects in Space, Air and Underwater. This latter environment is due to the fact that on some occasions a UFO has been seen rapidly entering the ocean, thus losing its trace.
The goal is to gain more control over US airspace after numerous sightings of unidentified flying objects, both from within and outside the military, were announced.
Wednesday 20 July It was the first day of this officeknown as the “Average Aberrations Resolution Office,” or AARO, was led by Sean Kirkpatrick, who was the chief scientist at the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Center for Space and Missile Intelligence.
They will initially focus only on UFOs near military installations, areas of operations, training areas, special use airspace and other areas of interest, focusing on governance, science and technology, operations and intelligence analysis, mitigation and defeat, surveillance, collection and reporting, as well as System design capabilities.
The goal would be to track anomalous, unidentified, airborne, submerged and cross-modal space objects (objects or ships that can travel from the air to the sea quickly, for example).
This isn’t the first time the US has worked on this topic, as NASA appointed a subcommittee to analyze this type of thing in June, with the goal of eliminating some of the stigma attached to the topic.
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