For the first time, the Pentagon, through its top defense official, revealed to lawmakers the increasing number of cases involving unidentified flying objects (UFOs) reportedly being seen in the sky in the past 20 years.
Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray told the House security panel how the rise of the incidences would occur in areas like “military-controlled training areas and training ranges and other designated airspace,” going as far back as “the early 2000s.”
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But while common knowledge would attribute the event to involving objects of non-terrestrial origins, Bray suggests the opposite. Although, he is not altogether ruling out the possibility that they might not be of this world.
Last June 2021, the US Intelligence revealed in a highly-anticipated report about extraterrestrials in the skies, which denied their existence, all the while claiming no logical explanation regarding military pilots’ reports on the opposite.
Source: ABC News