As Above So Below
Pentagon's UFO office reveals it's investigating 'several HUNDRED' new reports of unidentified flying objects from service members in the last year - but is yet to find evidence of alien lifeThe Department of Defense has analyzed 'hundreds' of UFO reports from its service members since last year, some of objects flying in ways they don't yet understand, and some in space and underwater, officials revealed.
The head of the government's UFO office Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick and the Under Secretary of Defense Ronald Moultrie made the revelations in a Pentagon briefing to reporters on Friday.
'There are things that appear to demonstrate interesting flight dynamics that we are fully investigating and researching right now,' Kirkpatrick, head of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office told DailyMail.com.
Moultrie revealed that they had received reports from intelligence and military officers and other agencies of unidentified objects not only in the air, but also underwater and even in space – and emphasized the DoD's cooperation with NASA in trying to identify UFOs.
'NASA has been a particularly invaluable partner,' he said.
'We've been working with the Department of Energy, the Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and others to share information and tap resources.'
However, when asked by DailyMail.com about specific cases in space, he said it was classified.
'Our ability to resolve things in the space domain, and what we have in the space domain is something that are all under sensitive sources, methods and means.
'So we'd prefer not to respond to that question,' the undersecretary of defense for intelligence and security said.
The reports of unidentified phenomena keep flooding in to the UFO office.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a report in June 2021 that documented 144 UFO incidents reported by government, military and intelligence officials.
That was followed with an admission in May 2022 at a public congressional hearing on UFOs that 400 reports had been received.
In the briefing on Friday, Kirkpatrick said that his office had analyzed 'several hundred' more since then, including some reports about incidents that predate 2021 but had only recently been filed.
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