Pentagon Allegedly Got Hundreds of New UFO Reports

WASHINGTON: A new Pentagon office formed to record updates of unidentified flying objects has started receiving “several hundreds” of recent reports, but still, no obvious sign of alien intelligence has been discovered thus far, the agency’s leadership told journalists last Friday, CBS News.

Hundreds of New UFO Reports

The All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) was formed in July and is charged with tracking unknown objects which are not only located in the stars but also underwater, in space, or potentially an object that really can start moving from one realm to another other reported Fox26

The department was established after more than a year of intrigue in unknown flying objects, which air force pilots had seen but occasionally hesitated to report out of fear of embarrassment.

Office of the Director of National Intelligence announced in June 2021 that there were 144 such confrontations between 2004 and 2021, 80 of which had been documented by different sensors.

According to anomaly office director Sean Kirkpatrick, the reports have added signification.

An updated report from the Director of National Intelligence that will provide specific figures on new reports received since 2021 is expected by the end of the year, the officials said.

Through the end of the year, the Director of National Intelligence is expected to publish a revised report which will include particular information on any new reports received since 2021.

It was created not just to investigate the possibility of alien intelligence but also due to the safety risks faced by the common spotting of UFOs by military facilities or aircraft.

This May, Congress had its first hearing in more than half a century on the topic, with multiple members expressing concern that whether or not the objects are alien or potentially new, unknown technology being flown by China held, Russia or another potential adversary, the unknown creates a security risk.

The office is also working on ways to improve its ability to identify unknown objects, such as by the department is now also functioning on ways to increase its ability to recognize unknown objects, such as by resetting sensors that may be centered just a recognized opponent airplane or drone signatures.