Military Tell  Pentagon: Ufos Are Threat To Safety And Security Of Our Aviators

Military Tell Pentagon: Ufos Are Threat To Safety And Security Of Our Aviators

By Aaron Miller-

The Pentagon yesterday resented a classified briefing to members of Congress about the threat Ufos pose to aviation , as reported encounters by US navy pilots and unidentified aircraft were discussed.

The objects were said to have no visible engines and could operate  at hypersonic speeds. A number of pilots reported seeing the objects on an almost daily basis from the summer of 2014 to March 2015, when they were flying navy jets off the East Coast. Their accounts were detailed and supported by footage depicting the peculiar objects.  Aldo referred to also extra terrestrials, these unknown beings have mystified pilots for decades leading to a movement of new passionate researchers of Ufos.

The large pool of truth seekers have long been seeking disclosure on Ufos, and it is being done gradually. Some see the recent bouts of news on Ufos as important stages in the fast developing process of ‘drip feeding’ , in which the reality of these extra entities is slowly brought to the public as fact.

The experiences of the pilots who had to deal with the shock, thrill, and apprehension of witnessing the objects led the navy to announce it had updated the way pilots were to formally reports the incidents. The military’s updating of  classified briefings on the encounters to a group of senators is a major statement  in  publicly confirming the existence of Ufos.

But what are they? Firstly, they are evidence of more beyond this universe from other planets. Some philosophical researchers who take all ideas on board say they could be expressions  of demons or angels because of some of their positive and negative effects. Others say they are the transport equipment of alien life whose full attributes will be the subject of ongoing study. A statement from the Navy read:

“Navy officials did indeed meet with interested congressional members and staffers on Wednesday to provide a classified brief on efforts to understand and identify these threats to the safety and security of our aviators,” the navy said in a statement, of the briefings that took place on Capitol Hill on Wednesday and Thursday.

“Navy officials will continue to keep interested congressional members and staff informed. Given the classified nature of these discussions, we will not comment on the specific information provided in these Hill briefings

 

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