The US Navy Is Creating Guidelines For Reporting UFO Sighting
In recent years, UFO sightings have seemingly increased in numbers with there being thousands upon thousands every year now. Often though, they are seen as just conspiracytheorists trying to get a bit of attention and are usually dismissed without much thought.
Well, those days are over because the US Navy is now setting up new guidelines for reporting “unidentified flying objects” which are entering the US aerospace which will now mean that no encounter of UFO can be dismissed as irrelevant.
The New Policy
A navy spokesman has said that this new Navy policy will ensure that all UFO sightings which are reported by sailors come under tight scrutiny instead of being underreported and feeding speculations of alien spaceships roaming the sky. According to sailors, there’s a huge number of UFOs swarming around Navy strike groups and other military infrastructure which is what prompted the need for new reporting guidelines.
Although the Navy spokesman didn’t provide any details about the encounters, he did say that there have been a number of reports of unauthorized and/or unidentified aircraft entering various military-controlled ranges and designated air space in recent years. He went on to say that the Navy would never turn a blind eye on these sightings due to both safety and security concerns and they always investigate each and every report. Now though, thanks to the new policy, all of these reports will be formalized. As of now, these new guidelines are yet to be finished and finalized but when they are they will lay out a step-by-step process of reporting UFOs and ensuring that they will reach the proper authorities.
UFOs Are Nothing New To The Government
The US government is no stranger to the unidentified flying objects. In fact, they had their own department to chase them! From 2007, right up to 2012, the Pentagon ran a secretive UFO-chasing program. After this time, it was formally shut down due to a lack of funding. It was quite a well-kept secret program though and the fact of its mere existence only brought to light in 2017 after reports by Politico and the New York Times. Once all the documentation was released, the congressional and Pentagon records revealed that the military had pumped in around $22 million into the program. The majority of this huge amount of money went towards Bigelow Aerospace, a company which is owned by billionaire Robert Bigelow, who also happens to be a friend of the then-Senate majority leader Harry Reid.
Since the UFO program was shut down, it is widely believed that interest in UFOs is decreasing. However, the navy spokesman said that the opposite is happening and it’s actually on the increase. Due to large numbers of requests for information from Congressional members and staff, Navy officials have provided a series of briefings by senior Naval Intelligence officials as well as aviators who reported hazards to aviation safety. Reports will now be formalized and each and every one investigated thoroughly.
This is good news for those who are dedicated to finding proof of life on other planets and UFOs. It also serves a benefit to the Navy as safety and security is a top priority around military bases. By implementing these new protocols, this will hopefully increase. Now that all reports will be taken even more seriously and formalized, it’s possible that the truth my be uncovered, at long last.