Report: Pentagon Planning Major UFO Investigation Unit

The Pentagon is launching a new unit to investigate reports of unidentified flying objects (UFOs), leaving the former Navy mission “in a state of disarray,” a new report reveals.

According to the report from the office of Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO), the new unit will come “out of the U.S. Strategic Command’s Strategic Air Command Center (SAC) and take on a much more aggressive UFO tasking.”

The report also notes that the Pentagon has decided to close the former SAC Mission’s Office of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, which has been examining UFO cases for more than 30 years, and to use satellite imagery from the Defense Department’s own collection to lead a new team which will take UFO-related sightings “from 17 levels of the command hierarchy.”

Coffman, who has been highly critical of the government’s handling of UFO claims, told the Wall Street Journal that the increased investigation “has left at least one unidentified object space for more than a year.”

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