Pentagon Set to Expand Office Looking Into UFO Phenomena


An all-domain Anomaly Resolution Office was created earlier this year by a bipartisan coalition made up of members of Congress concerned about the technological capabilities of unidentified anomalous phenomenon (UAP). The Pentagon has worried for years that UAPs which are buzzing American air force pilots and shadowing American navy vessels may have an alien origin.

There have been 144 such contacts between UAPs and the U.S. military from 2004 to 2021, 80 of which were captured by multiple sensors.

The Pentagon is intensifying its investigation into these phenomena, wherever they may be and from whomever they might come from, to determine whether or not they pose a threat to U.S. security.

Ronald Moultrie was the Pentagon’s top intelligence officer. He stated that he had not seen any objects and that it is still early. This would make us believe that any objects we have seen could be of alien origin.

According to The Washington Post:

Next year, the research will expand. The next defense policy bill is currently awaiting President Biden’s approval. It contains a provision that the Defense Department must complete a “historical report” detailing unidentified phenomena the United States has documented. Kirkpatrick stated that the National Defense Authorization Act, if approved by Biden will trigger “quite an investigation, if you’ll, into the archives.”

Defense officials are already looking through old reports. Kirkpatrick is a physicist, and career intelligence officer and said that he would “adhere to the scientific method” and that he would follow science and data wherever it leads. He acknowledged that some past reports may have been highly classified and were not yet available to him.

Many UAP sightings may be caused by man-made drones due to the global proliferation of drones. The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), which has been reporting sightings of Venus for many years, also reported that UFOs were being reported as otherworldly aircraft. The Pentagon has become more concerned about underwater UAPs in recent years.

Although the DNI’s report on the 144 UAP sightings in 2013 was intriguing, it did not contain any evidence of extraterrestrials.

According to the report, “Some UAP appeared not to move in winds aloft or against the wind. They could also appear to move quickly without any propulsion.” In a few cases, UAP sightings were detected by military aircraft systems.

The report was compiled by researchers who identified five types of phenomena: moisture and natural objects, manmade objects that clutter the air, humidity and other natural objects, and man-made American aircraft. A vague fifth category was “other.”

AARO has a lot to cover. They have decades of sighting reports and a constant stream of videos and other recordings. Is the solution hidden somewhere in a government warehouse reminiscent of Indiana Jones? It is more likely that it would be hidden in a filing cupboard.

Most of us won’t judge what we see in these videos until aliens arrive on Earth and make their presence known.