WASHINGTON (AP) – Most of the more than 120 overt incidents observed by U.S. Navy pilots over the past 20 years may be due to U.S. military or U.S. government technology.
The New York Times quoted government officials in a related intelligence report as saying that the findings meant that the government could not rule out the possibility that the events observed by the military pilots were extraterrestrial spacecraft. However, there is no evidence that aliens were actually observed.
According to the newspaper, a confidential version of the report is expected to be presented to the US Congress on June 25.
White House spokeswoman Jen Zhaki said Friday that this was a statement from the Department of Defense, along with intelligence agencies. To the best of your knowledge, the work is still ongoing. He referred the Pentagon for further inquiries. Zackie stressed that the government is basically taking seriously any information about any aircraft intrusion into US airspace – identified or unidentified. Every note will be followed.
Former President Barack Obama recently triggered a long-standing craze in the United States over UFOs (short for “unidentified flying objects”). “What’s true, I’m serious here, there are scenes and recordings of objects in the sky, we do not know what they are,” he said on a CBS talk show.
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