New UFO task force for ‘serious probe’ sparks worry as critics think Pentagon will ‘HIDE reports and end transparency’

A NEW UFO task force has critics worried that the Pentagon will “hide reports and end transparency.” The Pentagon recently announced the formation of the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group. GettyThe Pentagon quietly announced a new office to analyze reports of UFOs[/caption] GettyMany ufologists worry that the new office will monopolize the study of UFOs away from civilian groups[/caption] The group will work with intelligence agencies to document and analyze reports of encounters with unidentified objects, or “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” from military pilots. The new office will report to the undersecretary of defense for Intelligence and Security. It will oversee the entire government’s study of UFOs with a focus on sightings in restricted military airspaces. A spokeswoman for the group said it will also “assess and mitigate any associated threats to the safety of flight and national security.” The creation of the new office has been justified by the Defense Department as a way to provide uniformity in the reporting process of these UFOs. However, some researchers are calling the new creation an “insulting” attempt to stomp out the efforts of civilian organizations and leaders in Congress. Most read in The Sun FAMILY LOSS Ian Wright forced to…

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New UFO task force for ‘serious probe’ sparks worry as critics think Pentagon will ‘HIDE reports and end transparency’

Updated: December 5, 2021 — 9:26 pm