The Pentagon released video footage of a UFO that was reported to be flying fast in the vicinity Air Force MQ-9 Reaper Drones. “The video showed some really interesting things, which everyone thought were truly anomalous.”
The object, which flew over South Asia in the early part of this year, appeared to have propulsion trails. However it was later determined that it was a “sensor-artifact”, Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick said.
The director of the All Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, (AARO), showed the second video to lawmakers at the hearing of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Emerging Threats & Capabilities on April 19, 2019.
In 2022, a UAP (unidentified anomalous phenomenon – the government’s word for UFO) was reported in a conflict zone in the Middle East.
“Further we are now matching all this with models for all those imaging sensors so that I could recreate this.” I can show the sensor’s response.”
Kirkpatrick displayed an infographic with information on the UFO sightings in South Asia 2023 that he claimed is “resolved.”
The Pentagon tracks more than 650 reported UFOs, which are first classified as common objects such as balloons and airplanes. Kirkpatrick explained that the ones who don’t fall into any category are ranked by where they have been spotted.
Are they connected to a national-security area? Is [it] exhibiting some anomalous phenomenology of interest? He said.
“If there’s a spherical object that is just floating with the wind, but has no payload attached, it’s not as important as something with a load on it. And it’s also less important than a thing that can maneuver.”
Kirkpatrick stated that an in-depth report on UFO reports is likely to be released this summer, perhaps in July.
He began his presentation by saying that there is no conclusive evidence of alien technology or life.
The number of UAP reports have increased in recent years, as the stigma surrounding UAPs has slowly worn off. Also, the government is increasing its efforts to combat potential safety hazards associated with unexplained aerial objects.
The public hearing held last week was the only second time in 50 years that lawmakers have discussed UFOs openly. The first hearing was held in May.
Kirkpatrick stated that more data and information must be sent to the AARO if this department is to “close unresolved case.”
Kirkpatrick stated that “we’re working with joint staff to issue guidelines to all services and commands to establish the reporting requirements, timeliness, and all data that must be delivered to us from all associated censors.”
Former Navy pilot Ryan Graves is one of many whistleblowers to come forward and discuss their encounters with possible UFOs.
Graves stated in March that “we need to be able accept agnostically as a media the fact that there are uncertainties and approach it with a first principle approach.” We’re barking up the incorrect tree if we try to wrap it in all this context about little-green men.
Jeremy Corbell is an investigative journalist, documentary filmmaker, and the only civilian to be named at the historic UAP hearing held by Congress in May 2022. He told Fox News Digital, “No single video of a UAP can prove the UFO’s reality.”
He said that civilian and military pilots have consistently reported and recorded objects, experiences and events that are beyond our current understanding.
It’s important to keep in mind that consensus reality dictates our beliefs. Consensus reality has changed time and again to accommodate actuality and discovery. When we discover new truths, we must adapt and change.
The acknowledgment of UFO presence may be one of those formative times for humanity.