Washington, USA | Are foreigners watching us? According to the U.S. government, which is due to release a report on “unidentified aerial events” next month, the mysterious plane seen by military pilots in recent years has had nothing to do with the little green men, but rather states with United’s real enemies.
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After decades of secrecy, Congress last year ordered an administrator to explain to the public the activities of the Pentagon, which is responsible for studying these events, which have been handed over to the U.S. Navy.
The report, which has been placed under the guidance of the Intelligence Agency (DNA), may have deceived amateurs on other planets, and the latest report from the most serious American television magazine, “60 Minutes”, was refreshing.
Former President Barack Obama presented it naughtily this week, admitting during a comedy show that when he came to the White House he asked if there was a secret laboratory where “we have extraterrestrial models and spacecraft”. “They did some research, no answer,” he said with a smile.
“The truth is (here I am serious) there are videos and pictures of objects in the sky and we don’t know what they are,” Mr Obama said.
The Pentagon released videos taken by U.S. Navy pilots last year. One of these videos (all in black and white) is from November 2004, the other two are from January 2015.
In one, you can see an elongated object moving fast, which disappears to the left following a sudden acceleration, within seconds of detection by one of the sensors on the U.S. Navy aircraft.
In another video, the pilot is surprised to see an object above the clouds, which is a drone.
At the Pentagon, these images are taken very seriously. To avoid any contact with humans from another planet and to encourage pilots to report these sightings without fear of being ridiculed, the military no longer refers to them as “unidentified flying objects” (UFOs), but “events.”
The goal is for military and intelligence professionals to analyze their videos and identify as many aircraft as possible.
An unnamed Pentagon official said global airspace was congested. In addition to aircraft, it is intercepted by military drones, whether American or foreign, quadrocopters, these small four-armed drones fitted with cameras and commercially sold, especially balloons used for forecasting. Weather models, of which there are thousands of different models, not to mention U.S. military prototypes tested in the utmost secrecy.
Depending on the flight speed of the military pilots, the reflections of the sun, the time and the weather, it is difficult to identify the observed aircraft, but it is possible through mathematical analysis, cross-examination of photographs taken from different angles, etc.
The Pentagon has not released any of these findings to avoid giving signs to potential adversaries. But an object that appears in a video to move quickly, after examining the movements of the ocean, the movements of the device that detected it, and its own movements, can finally move very slowly.
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“The more data we collect, the narrower the gap between the unrecognized and the unrecognized, and the more we can avoid strategic surprises with regard to enemy technologies,” a U.S. Defense Department spokesman said. Security Susan Koff, a report.
What worries the military is that these events are so frequent (“once or twice a week”, according to a Pentagon official), testifying to technologies that the United States does not have.
“Actually, we don’t know what it is,” Luis Elizondo, a former Pentagon soldier, said Sunday. “What we do know is that no matter what aircraft they are on, they exhibit capabilities beyond the next generation.”
“This is a matter of national security: they outweigh anything in our inventory,” he told ABC.
To the Pentagon, all of this seems to be spying on US military training centers.
“Our pilots train like they fight. If there is anyone, we try to identify how we train (…), which gives him an advantage,” a Pentagon official said.