U.S. military shares UFO video at a rare parliamentary inquiry

Washington, May 18: At the first parliamentary hearing on UFO sightings in the United States for more than 50 years, state military officials released new footage of what they call unidentified flying objects, or UAPs, suggesting the existence of aliens. There is nothing.

The hearing led to the creation of a task force to investigate the issue after a brief report from the Director of National Intelligence on the UAP was published in June 2021, CNET reported. The Pentagon reports that UFOs have had sexual encounters with humans and made one woman pregnant.

Although the Task Force currently has a database of over 400 UAP reports, according to Scott Bray, Deputy Director of Navy Intelligence, who shared clips recorded by military personnel at a 90-minute committee hearing in the House of Representatives on Tuesday. , There is nothing definitive.

One of the videos taken from a U.S. Navy ship through night-vision goggles in 2019 shows an unidentified triangular object. Another clip of the same phenomenon was later observed from another location.

Bray explained that analysts suspect that the object is actually an optical effect that “correlates with the unmanned aerial vehicle system in the area.” The report states that the drone is likely to look like a triangle due to the effects of light from objects that pass through the goggles and through the lens of the SLR camera that recorded the clip.

Bray also shared another short video from the cockpit of a military aircraft, shot in 2021. It looks like it’s showing a spherical object for just a moment.

“In many other cases, it’s much less than this,” Bray was reportedly said. He later added that there is currently no description of the object.

“There are only a handful (of sightings) of flight characteristics and signature management that cannot be explained by the data we have,” he said.

Bray also had 11 documented near misses, as mentioned in last year’s unclassified report from the Director of National Intelligence, but the military communicated, fired, and clashed with the UAP. Said never.

“UAP is not explained. That’s true,” said Democrat Andre Carson, chairman of the House Intelligence Counterintelligence, Counterintelligence and Anti-Proliferation Subcommittee, in his opening remarks.

“But they are real. They need to be investigated and many of the threats they pose need to be mitigated.”

The June 2021 report on Pentagon sightings of UAP contains five possible explanations of UAP, including airborne scattering, natural phenomena in the atmosphere, top secret US technology, and technology from foreign enemies such as Russia and China. Was mentioned, Verge reported.

The report also includes a fifth description, “Other.” This includes everything that cannot be explained. They continue to capture the imagination of the general public.

Bray emphasized that the UAP Task Force has never seen wreckage that “doesn’t match ground origin,” but they focus on explaining what they can’t explain.

(The above story was first published on May 18, 2022 at 3:03 pm IST. Log on to our website for news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle. please.

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