UFOs in Kansas? How the government plans to streamline reports and analysis

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Since June, when the government released its report of 144 cases of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), the sightings of these UAPs are going up everywhere. On Tuesday, the Department of Defense announced plans to coordinate the investigation of UFO sightings in restricted airspace, Study reveals what people say makes life meaningful The body, known as the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group, will be a successor to the Navy’s UAP task force and its work will be overseen by senior military and intelligence community officials. “If the Department of Defense is willing to confirm that that happened, I think perhaps people see it as an avenue to well maybe my story is true too,” explained Nick Atanasio. Atanasio works at a space museum, but in his free time, he’s a UFO enthusiast. “We don’t know how many galaxies there are in our entire universe. So if each one of those has hundreds of billions of stars and each of those stars may host a couple of planets, there’s so much that could be out there.” 185 pounds of marijuana seized during traffic stop in Osage County Earlier this week, KSN News was sent a video…

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UFOs in Kansas? How the government plans to streamline reports and analysis

Updated: November 25, 2021 — 9:27 pm