The U.S. Navy is currently developing new guidelines on handling Reports of unidentified flying body (UFOs). The American portal Politico reported recently that the Navy had caved in to complaints by fighter pilots that had asked for a point of contact for descriptions of unidentified flying objects. In addition to pilot reports, Radar and satellite data needs to be evaluated.
The US Navy referred to its decision on a "series of Reports on unauthorized and/or unidentified missiles, which have penetrated into the military restricted zones and the military controlled air space". Both the Navy like the air force would take these reports "for security reasons, very seriously," said a statement by the Navy. It would have therefore made the step to a "formalization" of the handling of related reports.
Navy pilots from aircraft carriers as the country had hesitated in the past, encounters with UFOs in service of the Pentagon to pass, because they feared damage to their careers. Joseph Gradisher, a spokesman for the Deputy Director for marine operations, told the Washington Post that we have to find out, "what is it with these Reports". Official U.S. Navy had informed members of Congress in a "series of Briefings" about the new measures, said Gradisher.
Navy pilots, including trained engineers, reports of flying objects without visible sources of power, which would have moved with high speed. The Pentagon operation from 2007 to 2012, a secret program for the registration and evaluation of UFO sightings by military pilots. The former Director Luis Elizondo welcomed the new measures as "the most important decision has been taken by the Navy in decades".
Elizondos Department, which was affiliated to the military intelligence service DIA, had dealt with an incident in the marine pilots of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz in 2004, a number of UFOs were observed. These meetings had dragged on over several days. State of the art fighter jets, the Navy's F/A-18 Super Hornets had been outmaneuvered by unknown objects. According to the pilot no drive sources in the case of the UFOs observed.
The US armed forces had already in 1947, with the registry of Reports of UFOs started. From 1952 to 1969, a secret program of the US had investigated the air force called "Project Blue Book", a total of 12'000 events, of which 701 couldn't be explained. (Editorial Tamedia)
Created: 30.04.2019, 16:46 PM