US Military Announces New Office That Will Investigate UFOs

US Military Announces New Office That Will Investigate UFOs

U.S. Military Creates NEW Office – You Won’t Believe What It’s For!

( – Air Force pilots have logged reports of UFOs for decades, but it’s taken until recently for those accounts to receive public recognition and response from the US government. Some lawmakers have pushed for new federal investigations into these unidentified objects and finally got their response. The Department of Defense announced it’s making an “All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office.”

This week, the DoD revealed that Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks would be working on the expansion and restructuring of the current Airborne Object Identification and Management Group (AOIMSG) to the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO). This change in designation to the fiscal 2022 National Defense Authorization Act allowed the DOD to make such a move.

The new office’s mission includes detecting and identifying these unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) and “as necessary, to mitigate any associated threats” to national security or safety, according to the DoD press release.

The AARO is also responsible for coordinating the study and mitigation efforts across the various federal agencies looking into them. With this, it will likely coordinate with NASA’s recent nine-month independent study on UAPs and focus on flying objects and “transmedium” ones that can switch between environments, such as air and water.

This announcement shows the government’s renewed and serious interest in UAPs. Do you think this was a necessary move by the DOD or just another way the government found to spend taxpayer money?

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