The United States, or rather The Pentagon, through its spokesperson Pat Ryder, assured this Wednesday that between August 2022 and April 2023 they have detected more than 270 UFOs (unidentified flying objects). Some interesting facts for those who believe in UFOs, and for those who don’t, too.
Ryder reported that on Tuesday the Department of Defense and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence delivered to Congress the Annual UAP Report (UFOs in English) with the aim of analyzing potential threats that could affect security in the country of North America.
“The US takes seriously any invasion by air or sea…”
“The safety of our service personnel, our bases and facilities and the protection of the security of US operations on land, in the sky, at sea and in space are paramount,” said a Pentagon spokesman, who in turn assured that The United States takes “very. seriously” any threat or intrusion into its airspace, land or seas.
The data analyzed by the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) of the United States Department of Defense in general speaks for itself: up to 800 cases.
UFOs are a “clear threat”
In mid-September of this year, NASA published and analyzed a report in which they clarified that they found no evidence that these unidentified flying objects were extraterrestrial, but they emphasized that they did not know- what it is. This was highlighted by Bill Nelson, administrator of the US Space Agency. “The air threat is obvious,” the agency said.
A special department for UFOs
In relation to how to deal with the appearance or detection of UFOs, NASA also announced months ago the creation of a department specialized in the study of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. This team will try to understand the frequently encountered “anomalies in the sky.” “We will use artificial intelligence and machine learning to look for anomalies in the sky and continue the search for habitability,” explained Bill Nelson.