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World A new Pentagon team will investigate UFOs reported by soldiers

15:05  25 november  2021
15:05  25 november  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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Une nouvelle équipe du Pentagone va enquêter sur les Ovnis signalés par les soldats © US Department of Defense A new Pentagon team will investigate UFOs reported by soldiers

the US Department of Defense announced Tuesday 23 November That a new team would study reports on UFOs detected by members of the services. The new working group, the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group, will be supervised by both the army and intelligence agencies and resumes the work that has previously incumbent up to a Group Secret .

This announcement follows the publication, in June, an report in which the Pentagon declared that there is sufficient data to explain all, except one, of the 144 strange observations reported by the military personnel during the two last decades. Kathleen Hicks, Assistant Secretary to Defense, said that these unidentified air objects posed a potential risk for the safety of air crews and raised potential national security issues.

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air phenomena in an release , Kathleen Hicks indicated that the new group will be supervised by an Executive Board Inter-agencies composed of the Under-Secretary. Intelligence Defense, the Director of the Joint Staff and other senior officials.

The new group will focus on object reports in special use airspace, which includes areas of military operations, shooting fields and restricted venues for national security.

The June report, published by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, aroused the concern of the members of the Congress as to the Potential Threats of Russia or China. However, government officials stated that there was no evidence of the existence of Russian or Chinese technologies and some of the videos showed technologies considered beyond their capabilities, according to the New York Times .

Original Version: Abble Shull / Insider

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