What Top Missile Defense Executives Say About UFOs

U.S. military radars, many of which are shared with the FAA, and alert fighter aircraft continuously monitor the airspace above and around the country for threats ranging from wayward Cessnas to true unidentified flying objects. Cruise missile and drone attacks pose an increasing threat to this ecosystem, especially as the threat to the homeland evolves. UAPs, or unidentified aerial phenomena, more commonly referred to as UFOs, are the subject of congressional hearings and have become an ever-popular subject among government officials, space agencies, and the military. Former defense intelligence officials launched a media blitz to ignite interest in the issue. Public officials, military personnel, and even contractors with information about UAP might soon receive what amounts to blanket immunity, and this is mainly due to the increasing interest in UFOs. In light of this, The War Zone thought the CSIS gathering of missile defense managers from top defense contractors was a great way to gain perspective on the highly contentious UAP issue. The War Zone had a question about how existing and future airspace-monitoring and air defense systems aimed at countering cruise missiles could be harnessed to address the challenges presented by UAPs, and the moderator, Global Business Editor at…

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What Top Missile Defense Executives Say About UFOs

Updated: July 18, 2022 — 10:27 am