(AbsoluteNews.com) – Americans have been curious about UFOs for decades. Just look at how popular the space genre is in movies and books. Over the last few years, it’s been an even hotter topic because the government finally admitted the military has repeatedly encountered “unidentified aerial phenomena” or UAPs in the sky.
Although we still have no idea what’s in Area 51, the government might soon open an investigative office dedicated to finding out what’s going on with these unidentified objects.
New Investigative Office?
The National Intelligence Agency and Department of Defense have teamed up to propose the creation of an office that will investigate UAP sightings. The agencies laid out their proposal in the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act.
According to Newsmax, the legislation will also outline parameters for how the military should handle the flying objects. It would evaluate links between foreign governments and UAPs. That’s likely to dispel concerns that America’s adversaries are making it past US defense shields. It would also evaluate whether the sightings pose a threat to US national security.
Additionally, the bill creates guidelines requiring each branch of the military to report sightings of UAPs, creating a centralized database. The government will also work with its international allies to see if they are experiencing UAP sightings as well. That would ensure that the investigative agency has a full picture of the issue.
Past UAP Investigative Action
In 2020, the Pentagon released three Navy videos showing UAPs flying through the air, rotating against the wind, while confused pilots are heard questioning the events. The videos led to renewed interest and an eventual investigation into the objects.
Former President Donald Trump required the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to release a report about the UAP sightings. The much-anticipated documents were made public on June 25, 2021. Unfortunately, the report was not as extensive as some had hoped it would be, but it revealed some interesting information.
The ODNI investigated 144 UAP sightings from 2004 to 2021. Of the objects studied, 18 of them had no visible mechanism to remain airborne and likely used technology that seemed beyond the government’s current capabilities. For example, the UAPs moved against the wind and moved quickly. The report stated the government is “conducting further analysis to determine if breakthrough technologies were demonstrated.”
The new proposed legislation could finally lead to the answers Americans want: What are those strange objects in the sky?
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