Pentagon has received “several hundreds” of new reports of UFOs

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The Pentagon has received several hundreds of new reports of unidentified flying objects, but no evidence of alien life has been found so far. The All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) was established in July to track unidentified objects in the sky, underwater, or in space, or potentially an object that can move between domains. Between 2004 and 2021, US intelligence agencies reported 144 such encounters, with 80 captured on multiple sensors. Since then, there has been more reporting, with an updated report expected by the end of the year.

The new office was established to examine the question of extraterrestrial life and to address the security risk posed by encounters with unknown flying objects by military installations or aircraft. Congress held its first hearing in over half a century on the topic, expressing concern that the objects could create a security risk. The office is working on improving its ability to identify unknown objects, such as recalibrating sensors focused on known adversary aircraft or drone signatures. The new office is coordinating with the Pentagon and the US intelligence community to get the signatures of US technology to rule out those aircraft or drones.

The Pentagon’s investigation covers incidents reported since 1996, but language in the new defense spending bill would extend that 75 years into the past.

The name has been changed from Unidentified Aerial Phenomena to All Domain Anomaly to account for the fact that some of the investigations deal with unexplained sightings underwater, on the surface and in space, although most of the reports still deal with aerial phenomena.

The AARO was set up in July and is responsible for not only tracking unidentified objects in the sky, but also underwater or in space — or potentially an object that has the ability to move from one domain to the next.

The office was established following more than a year of attention on unidentified flying objects that military pilots have observed but have sometimes been reluctant to report due to fear of stigma.

In June 2021 the Office of the Director of National Intelligence reported that between 2004 and 2021, there were 144 such encounters, 80 of which were captured on multiple sensors.

Since then, “we’ve had lots more reporting,” said anomaly office director Sean Kirkpatrick.

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