The announcement comes after the United States shot down 4 UFOs in the past days. The team’s task is to “dig into this deeper from an interagency effort and to see what, if other, improvements” need to be made. This dedicated team will investigate the origin of the objects and study the broader policy implications for detecting, analyzing, as well as disposing of unidentified aerial objects that pose a national risk.
UFOs are becoming more hotly debated than in 2021 and 2022. Unidentified flying objects are studied by numerous agencies, including NASA, which gathered over a dozen of scientists in an attempt to better understand the phenomenon. We know that the Pentagon has a dedicated team in place that is studying UFOs, and many other scientists have begun to research the phenomenon as well independently. Now, the White House has announced an interagency team that will be put in place to study and help solve the mystery surrounding UFOs, or as they like to refer to them, “unidentified aerial objects.”
Between Spy balloons and UFOs
The United States has shot down a total of four objects over North America in February alone. This may come as somewhat of a surprise to many, and although these objects are indeed unidentified, the White House has made it clear that the objects are not extraterrestrial in nature. And while many argue that the government is hiding something from the public, tensions between China and the United States are on the rise. China has recently claimed that the United States has violated their airspace at least ten times over the past twelve months.
Just as the United States has shot down several UFOs in rent days, China says its military has also spotted and downed two unidentified objects violating its airspace. The nature of these objects is shrouded in mystery. However, as some intelligent officials have said, it is likely that these objects are nothing other than sophisticated spy balloons. This contradicts what pilots who have recently encountered these objects have said about them. According to claims made by pilots, some of the downed objects appeared to “magically” float in the sky without any visible propulsion system, wings, or other characteristics that would help them identify the objects.
Dedicated UFO group
To solve the mystery of what is going on in the skies above the United States, the Biden Administration has decided to form an interagency group dedicated to solving the enigma surrounding the numerous objects that seem to be “popping up” in the skies above North America. National Security spokesman John Kirby explained during a White House briefing that the team’s task is to “dig into this deeper from an interagency effort and to see what, if other, improvements” need to be made, according to NBC news. As explained by Kirby, this dedicated team will investigate the origin of the objects and study the broader policy implications for detecting, analyzing, as well as disposing of unidentified aerial objects that pose a national risk.