On Tuesday, a drama unfolded in the US House of Representatives: lawmakers broke their skepticism under a shaft of genuine evidence of the existence of UFOs.
In Congress, for the first time in 50 years, hearings on unidentified flying objects were held. From the open part (broadcast to the whole world), we learned that UFOs are intensifying the attack, especially interested in the military potential of earthlings, and that the US government is intensively looking for explanations.
After reports that the “saucers” disabled ten nuclear missiles, the meeting was classified.
Before the hearings, they handed out a report prepared by intelligence and government agencies last year. From this document it follows that from 2004 to 2021, 144 reliable cases of collision with technologies exceeding the capabilities of earthlings were recorded. The text emphasizes that phenomena are physical objects not manufactured by anyone on our planet. The hearings themselves began with a moment of silence in memory of those killed in Buffalo.
First things first, Adam Schiff, who is in charge of intelligence in Congress, called for transparency: the people have a right to know the truth. For a long time they procrastinated why people are reluctant to share data about UFOs. It turned out that civil servants are afraid that they will be trampled on, and the people are simpler – that they will be known as crazy. We decided that witnesses needed a protection system, like in criminal cases, because “they have something to tell, they are a real mine of data.” These speeches were accompanied by a demonstration of videos in which, of course, something was flying.
Finally, they began torturing Deputy Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Moultrie and Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray. And then it started. Especially after the admission of a Pentagon official that UFOs “pose a threat to national security” and were needlessly “discarded as nonsense and a conspiracy theory.”
“Sighting reports are frequent and constant,” Naval intelligence officer Scott Bray snapped. The world media made his words into the headlines. They are constantly invading our training grounds, he said, and while they are training, but if they are training like that, how are they fighting! Here, the legislators, which you can’t take for two kopecks, demanded even more solid evidence that these “fruits hanging in the air” are really dangerous. At the same time, they trolled the warrior for his love of science fiction. Bray, however, steadfastly held the blow: the phenomena are real, he loves science fiction, because he loves to read in general, and it’s none of your business, but “the most important thing for me is to reveal the truth. And yes, I’m as impatient as you are, looking for facts,” he said. Finally, he added that NATO allies and China are also aware. “We share our data. Although not with everyone and not with everyone, ”summed up the warrior.
Everything went in a completely American spirit: the legislature attacks, the executive (the Ministry of Defense) makes excuses, until someone let it slip about the incident: UFOs flew to the test site and disabled 10 nuclear missiles. Intercontinental. Not that they blew them up. But after that they could not fly. Bray, who had just insisted on transparency, hesitated, and mumbled that he “saw the report on it” but did not “see the official data.”
America has no UFO wreckage, he hastily added. More precisely, there are no fragments that would speak of an extraterrestrial origin (that is, there are some?).
Finally, someone mentioned (seemingly for the first time) about a top-secret group in the US government that studies UFOs, and then the meeting was interrupted, and after the resumption they were classified.
In the closed part, the parties will hear the opinions of experts explaining what these phenomena are. That is, we will not know the most interesting.
Well, now we are waiting for someone to spill the beans! Congressmen are quite people, they need PR, and what they say after the meeting is very interesting.
Pentagon officials told congressmen on Tuesday about eleven cases where US military equipment could have collided with unidentified flying objects (UFOs).
At an open hearing in a subcommittee of the special committee on intelligence of the House of Representatives of Congress, the deputy director of intelligence of the US Navy, Scott Bray, was asked if there were cases of collisions of American military equipment with UFOs, which are being studied by a special task force in the Department of Defense.
“We did not have collisions. But there were at least eleven cases when it almost happened,” a Pentagon spokesman replied.
As Bray clarified, in these cases, no signals were received from unidentified objects that could serve as a warning about the danger of a collision. The US military did not attempt to contact UFOs, he stressed.
According to the deputy director of intelligence of the Navy, in many cases the phenomena observed by the US military were “like unmanned objects of some kind, something that may not be in a state of controlled flight.” “So we didn’t try to contact them,” he said.
Representatives of the Pentagon showed Congressmen a number of UFO videos, which are being studied by a special task force in the US Department of Defense. In one case, the glowing triangular objects turned out to be civilian unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Bray, speaking at a public hearing before a subcommittee on intelligence of the House of Representatives, showed two videos taken in different areas and at different times in the United States.
The video, according to his description, captures “what looks like triangles, some of which flicker.” Experts were unable to determine the nature of the phenomenon in the first video recorded through a night vision device, but it was determined that commercial drones were seen at that time and in the same area.
Pentagon experts identified a pattern by examining a similar video taken a few years later in another part of the country where a UAV was also seen. “Now we are pretty sure that these triangles correspond to the unmanned aerial vehicles that were in these areas. Their triangular shape is the result of the light passing through the night vision device and then fixed on the SLR camera,” Bray explained.
“I’m not saying that you can establish the nature of everything that we observe, but this is a great example of the fact that it takes enough effort to understand what we see,” he continued. “<…> We collected scientific data on two similar sightings [of UFOs] in two different time periods and in two different geographical areas, which helped us come to these conclusions,” added the deputy director of intelligence of the Navy.
One of the congressmen asked if the military tried to test the conclusion experimentally by shooting drones on a SLR camera through a night vision device.
“The Task Force on Unknown Aerial Phenomena is aware of the research that did this,” Bray confirmed.
Pentagon officials showed another video at the hearing, showing an object that the US military could not identify.
The video was filmed from a flying aircraft and is only a few seconds long. Congressmen did not immediately notice an unusual object on it, so they asked Pentagon representatives to show the recording several times, stopping it at the fragment where the object was visible. As the military explained, they showed this video as an example of insufficient data for identification.
For the first time in decades, Congressmen have held public hearings on sightings of unidentified flying objects. A special task force formed in the US Department of Defense is studying these phenomena.
In June 2021, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released an unclassified version of a report to Congress regarding UFO sightings. It stated that the US intelligence services cannot yet accurately explain the nature of unidentified flying objects. The report is based on case data from November 2004 to March 2021. During this time, 144 unidentified air phenomena were recorded, 80 of them using several sensors or instruments.