Military officials, intelligence agencies, and other agencies have reported unidentified objects in the air, underwater, and space.
The US Department of Defense has analyzed hundreds of UFO reports since last year. Officials have revealed that some of these objects fly in ways that we have not yet fully understood, including in space and underwater. Defense Under Secretary Ronald Moultrie and Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, head of the government’s UFO office, revealed the information to reporters last Friday. At the moment, we are investigating and studying several things that appear to show interesting flight dynamics,” revealed Kirkpatrick, head of the All Domains Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO). According to Moultrie, military officials, intelligence agencies, and other agencies have reported unidentified objects in the air, underwater, and in space. The Department of Defense is cooperating with NASA to identify these phenomena.
Several agencies, including the Department of Energy, the Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, have been working together to share information and leverage resources. When reporters asked Moultrie about specific cases in space, he replied that the case was classified. In June 2021, the Director of National Intelligence released a report detailing 144 incidents of UFO sightings involving government, military, and intelligence officials. A public congressional hearing in May 2022 revealed 400 reports had been received. Since then, Kirkpatrick said, his office has reviewed “a few hundred” more incident reports, including some that were filed before 2021.
Scientfic study of UFOs
The UFO domain has greatly changed in the last five years, and the subject has turned from a conspiracy to something worthy of the most rigorous scientific study. Evidence of this is that NASA has over a dozen astrophysicists investigating UFO reports and analyzing data related to the phenomenon. A team of scientists led by Professor Avi Loeb, the former chair of astronomy at Harvard, is also leading a UFO study group called the Galileo Project.