The US Navy appears to be developing exotic aircraft not dissimilar to the UFOs recently sighted by its own pilots.
The Naval Aviator describes a “reduced volume” of “inconclusive” incidents when his squadron was flying over the Middle East.
What could be going on?
The Navy is treating reports seriously. Here’s what that actually means.
Some US Navy pilots reported spotting UFOs while training over the East Coast in 2014 and 2015, they said in a recent New York Times report.
The U.S. Navy is drafting new guidelines for pilots and other employees to report encounters with ‘unidentified aircraft.’
Extraterrestrials, take note: The U.S. Navy plans to set up an official reporting and investigative system that will monitor reports from its pilots about unidentified flying objects.
The U.S. navy is updating its procedure for pilots to report unauthorized and unidentified flying objects, the U.S. navy’s chief of Information told CTVNews.ca in an email that didn’t provide a precise timeline, but stressed the changes would be coming soon.
The US government already ran a short-lived ‘X-Files’ office in the Obama-era, which studied military reports about UFO sightings. Funding for the programme allegedly dried up in 2012, but the navy now wants this effort to be revitalised.