The United States has always been investing in UFO research programs -


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Tuesday, 19 December 2017

The United States has always been investing in UFO research programs

The Pentagon admitted financing a multi-million dollar secret program to investigate the existence of unidentified UFO flying objects . The so-called Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program ran from 2007 to 2012 and received $ 22 million a year of financing "hidden" in the giant Pentagon budget. The New York Times and ABC News later confirmed the news.

The Department of Defense of the United States recognizes that there is a secret program to investigate the existence of unidentified flying objects UFO
It has also revealed shocking videos of unidentified flying objects UFO   belonging to their archives and that they never let out into the public light. they recognize the existence of archives and documents kept for years, which describe the appearance of unidentified flying "devices" that seemed to move quickly and without visible signs of propulsion. Images of "encounters" of US military aircraft with unknown flying objects have also been analyzed.

The United States maintains a mysterious program to analyze sightings of unidentified UFO flying objects that became funded with $ 22 million annually until the end of 2011, according to The New York Times. The Pentagon spokesman has declared that the program ended in 2012, but A report in The New York Times indicates that investigations are still being carried out on these sightings, and are carried out by officials of the Department of Defense who perform other functions. The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was directed by military intelligence officer Luis Elizondo, but resigned on October 4 for lack of support, according to the Times.

He told the Elizondo newspaper, the only thing that has changed is that the program stopped receiving funds in 2012, but since then he continued working with members of the Navy and the CIA and, in fact, when he resigned he was named a successor, He avoided identifying. The program has worked in coordination with a company headed by billionaire Robert Bigelow, Bigelow Aerospace, with facilities in the city of Las Vegas to analyze all the evidence that has been received on this subject.

According to the Times, most of the $ 22 million annual program is for contracts signed with Bigelow Aerospace, which in turn has other experts subcontracted to conduct the investigations. According to the newspaper, the program has been analyzing videos and sound recordings about incidents with UFOs, in cases that usually have not transcended publicly, some of them involving pilots of the United States Air Force. Among them is the case of an oval object, the size of a commercial airplane, which was sighted in 2004 near the coast of San Diego by two military aircraft. The Department of Defense released the recording of that case last August.

One of the main promoters of the program was former Democratic Senator Harry Reid, Bigelow's friend and who has long been particularly interested in investigations into this type of incident. The Times cites astrophysicist Sara Seager who argues that the fact that no details are known about these unidentified objects does not mean they come from another planet or from another galaxy. "When someone claims to have observed an unusual phenomenon, it is sometimes worth investigating seriously," Seager said.

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