Pentagon’s UFO report gives few answers – “No clear information”

Mysterious flying objects with incredible acceleration capabilities – some with the ability to avoid radar and without obvious signs of propulsion – have been investigated by US defense.

The “unidentified” prefix to the air phenomena remains when an investigation into UFOs is now released.

Over the years, the US Defense Headquarters Pentagon has collected a number of images and video recordings of ufon or “unidentified aerial phenomena” (uap), as they are called in the defense. What do they really represent? Last winter, Congress requested a detailed report on the matter.

This hotly contested bundle, which will contain detailed analysis of data and the intelligence data on UFOs collected by the Air Force’s intelligence service, the FBI and the Defense Forces’ special task force for UAPs, was therefore published on Friday. Here is a link to the report.

The report, which is only nine pages long, however, turns out not to have come to much at all. The air phenomena that have been glimpsed have no single explanation, according to the report. But there is also no indication that the air phenomena do not come from foreign powers.

“No clear data on technical progress of attackers”

“We have no clear information that any of these unidentified air phenomena come from foreign collection activities and we have no clear data indicating major technical progress by a possible attacker,” a senior official told Reuters.

Much of the report had become known before it was released. Read Ny Teknik’s review of what kind of analysis the UAPTF, the working group for unidentified phenomena in the atmosphere, has done, examples of observations and why the report is coming right now.

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