US military ‘potentially under threat’ from UFOs, investigation finds

The US Pentagon's new UFO office says there are indications of potential threats to U.S. military installations.

According to The War Zone, the US government's team tasked with researching unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) are yet to find proof of aliens visiting Earth.

What the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) did disclose, however, is that there are indications of potential threats to the country's military installations.

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Since July, AARO has been keeping tabs on unidentified objects at sea, in the air and further away in space, including any “transmedium” objects travelling between each domain.

A report from the office's predecessor, in 2021 found that only one out of 144 cases (a deflating balloon) could be explained.

On Friday, AARO refused to give any updates on investigations but pointed towards an upcoming ODNI report.

Under Secretary of Defense Ronald Moultrie told The War Zone that the office had “not seen anything that would lead us to believe that any of the objects that we have seen are of alien origin.”

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He added: “If we find something like that, we will look at it and analyze it and take the appropriate actions.”

Moultrie, who refuses to rule out extraterrestrial existence, continued to clarify that he has “not seen anything in those holdings to date that would suggest that there has been an alien visitation and alien crash or anything like that.”

“I don’t want to be definitive and say there is nothing that is there," he said. "But I will say we have not seen…any indications that there have been transmedium activities.”

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What is a concern for AARO, though is objects including submersible vehicles, spotted near American military bases, installations and ports, Moultrie revealed.

He said: "We're concerned about things that may be in proximity to our bases, or they've been things that may be in proximity to assets that we have in space.

"And so we track those things all the time to ensure that we're aware of what they are. And we try to characterize those immediately.”


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