The U.S. Navy Opened Formal Guidelines To Reporting UFOs In 2019
In 2019, the United States Navy made it clear to armed service members that they wanted to know if they encounter a possible UFO. Of course, they wanted legitimate material that could be recorded and studied. UFOs have been encountered by people in the U.S. Navy and Air Force many times over the years, but many times they would go unreported or be completely ignored entirely. These UFOs could be considered a national threat, even if they are not piloted by an alien species.
Some of the UFOs have been seen in sensitive airspace or near bases, which could be a big problem. Especially if they are near testing facilities. The Navy does not want people thinking that their formal process in recording UFO knowledge means they recognize the existence of aliens. Rather, it’s about national security concerns. Moreover, they do not want UFOs being ignored as science fiction nonsense when they very well could be something quite important, alien or not.
No matter what the American intelligence communities reveal in their reports to Congress about UFO encounters, one thing needs to be considered. The intelligence community ultimately started a lot of these conspiracy theories people have simply because they chose to keep things secret. Even stuff that had no reason to be secret. Why are they suddenly opening things up for discussion nowadays with UFOs though?
Ultimately, the American government knows that we’re in a more evolved time. They also know that countries are in the process of making new, major weapons and vehicles. Naturally, a lot of these things could harm American citizens as well as our allies. We are better off reporting a UFO than not because it can help national security. Sure, just about everyone wants these UFOs to be piloted by an extraterrestrial species. However, it is more likely piloted by some dude with an engineering degree in Stockholm. Does that suck to know? Of course. But the truth is not always glamorous.