The head of the Pentagon’s all-area Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) told reporters Friday that they have received “hundreds” of new reports of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, but so far no evidence of extraterrestrial life .
In June 2021, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence reported 144 such encounters between 2004 and 2021.
Of these, 80 were captured on multiple sensors.
Since then, there have been “more reports,” said Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the Office of Anomalies.
Government reports more than 150 unexplained UFO sightings: ‘We don’t know what these things are’
The latest report from the director of national intelligence, expected by the end of the year, will provide specific numbers on new reports received since last year, officials said.
Last month, Daily Mail senior reporter Josh Boswell told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that a new report from the office allegedly found more than 150 unexplained cases in 2021. UFO event.
“My sources tell me they just don’t know what these things are. You know, some of these cases, 366 in this classified report, will go to Congress probably tomorrow and those cases will be explained, then It’s Chinese drones, for example,” he said.
“The ones that can’t be explained, they just don’t know, because these things are moving in a way that we can’t understand. At supersonic speeds, and then they suddenly turn around. I mean, it’s incredible,” Boswell said. commented.
July, House of Representatives vote to add amendment The National Defense Authorization Act, which makes it easier to report UFOs and eliminates the fear of retaliation against government employees.
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Each service has established its own reporting process, Kirkpatrick said.
AARO was formed in July to track objects in the sky, underwater and in space — or perhaps objects capable of moving from one domain to another.
The office was established not only to study the existence of extraterrestrial life, but also because of the security risks posed by military installations or military aircraft frequently encountering UFOs.
Kirkpatrick said the new office has been coordinating with the Pentagon and the U.S. intelligence community to obtain a signature on U.S. technology to rule out those planes or drones.
It is also looking at ways to improve its ability to identify unknown objects, including recalibration that could focus only on known enemy aircraft or unmanned aircraft, according to Ronald Moultrie, the undersecretary of defense for intelligence and security. Machine characteristic sensor.
However, so far, no definitive evidence has been gathered that one of the anomalies is a space alien.
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“At the moment, the answer is no, we have nothing…we haven’t seen anything yet – but we – we’re certainly very early – would lead us to believe that any object we see is alien origins, if you will,” Moultrie said. “If we were — if we found something like that, we’d look at it and analyze it and take appropriate action.”
Fox News’ Ashley Carnahan and The Associated Press contributed to this report.