The long-awaited report of the US government on UFOs (unidentified flying objects) should be released before the end of June. What do we know so far?
After the U.S. military repeatedly reported that aircraft were moving irregularly in the air, Congress requested non-confidential reports.This report was made after the cultural change, which reduced the US military and the US political leadership’s suspicion of the existence of extraterrestrial life, wrote British Broadcasting Corporation.
However, since there is almost no conclusive evidence to confirm any interstellar visits, it remains to be seen whether anyone on Earth will change their minds because of this report.
Military leaders warned that if this technology is not foreign, it may belong to US opponents such as Russia or China.
In August last year, the Pentagon established an unidentified flying phenomenon working group to study observations of unidentified aircraft.
The Pentagon stated that the task of the team is to “discover, analyze, and catalog” such incidents, as well as “in-depth understanding of the nature and origin of UFOs.”
Earlier this month, a confidential version of the report was submitted to US lawmakers. The official who asked not to be named told the US media that no evidence of extraterrestrial activity was found in the report, but this explanation was not ruled out.
Interestingly, the working group also found that the UFOs observed were not secret U.S. military technology.
Officials studied more than 120 incidents in the past 20 years, including three videos of the Pentagon’s declassification last year. The Pentagon’s official position on recording is to show “unexplainable aerial phenomena.”
Although no revolutionary discoveries are expected, the existence of government reports on this issue shows how UFOs can get out of the realm of pure science fiction and popular culture and enter the realm of US national security.
For decades, public pressure for the United States to disclose its knowledge of aliens has been increasing, and the so-called UFO research team has argued that the US government has concealed evidence of the existence of aliens.
As part of a little-known military program, the Pentagon has been secretly collecting data since 2007 to identify threats from space.
The funding for the project came from the request of Nevada Senator Harry Reid, a Democrat representing the area where Area 51 is located, which conspiracy theorists believe is hiding the extraterrestrials collected in Roswell in 1947 The wreckage of the spaceship.