US military is going to take pilots who see UFOs seriously
The US Navy announces that from now on their pilots will be able to report UFO sightings without fear of jeopardizing their careers. The fact that those pilots have seen unexplained flying craft for years is a problem for the army command. They want to know the details.
They are officially called “unexplained aerial phenomena”. These are usually lightning-fast vehicles in strange shapes, which spread a bright white light and appear to be propelled without air inlets or outlets. Such observations now happen several times a month, but no one knows what it is.
No more shame
The Navy will now introduce new reporting systems so that pilots can more easily tell their story without being ashamed of it or fearing career damage.
“Since 2014, it has been a regular occurrence for such craft to enter our airspace,” Naval operations spokesman Jopseph Gradisher told the Washington Post newspaper. “We want to know all about it. We need to find out who is doing this, where they come from and what their purpose is. In addition, we have to come up with ways to prevent this in the future. ” He emphasizes that the army command will from now on investigate every report.
That policy change comes after official reports mentioned UFOs being chased by military aircraft and the discovery of “strange materials” for which the Pentagon has no explanation.
Pilots are often afraid to report such matters. They fear that their careers would suffer and often find that there is little interest in their observations. The new policy allows pilots to report such sightings and the Navy promises that those reports will be passed on to the relevant authorities.