UFOs are beginning to negatively impact US fighter pilots’ combat training, according to a warning from John Kirby, strategic communications coordinator for the National Security Council under US President Joe Biden. Kirby’s comments come after the White House took a new approach to dealing with mysterious weather phenomena.
Kirby, a retired US Navy rear admiral, stressed the importance of unanswered questions about UFOs and urged them to treat them as a “legitimate issue”.
At a recent meeting at the White House, Kirby noted the impact of UFO sightings on pilot training, Kirby said, “When pilots see things like this while trying to train in the air, they’re not sure what they are and it can affect their ability to perfect their skills.” he said.
On the other hand, Admiral Kirby stressed that the Pentagon is really committed to better understanding the mysterious events taking place in the restricted airspace of the country where pilot training is held.
Kirby’s comments were also supported by the 2015 GIMBAL UFO video, captured by an F/A-18’s infrared targeting pod, showing a mysterious object flying through restricted airspace on the Atlantic coast and used for naval pilot training exercises.
On the other hand, while Kirby rejects previous covert UFO research programs such as the Advanced Aerospace Weapons Systems Applications Program (AAWSAP) and the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), Kirby stressed that current efforts represent the first coordinated and integrated approach.
However, Kirby explained that despite recent reports of UFO crashes over Canada and Alaska, neither he nor the White House nor the Pentagon have reached a definitive conclusion about the nature of these phenomena.
“We don’t say what they are or what they aren’t. We say it’s something our pilots see. We say it has a bad effect on some of our training activities. So we want to get to the bottom of it. We want to understand that better,” Kirby said. used the sentences.
Images of unidentified objects captured on military cameras across the United States prompted authorities to take action. The United States Department of Defense (Pentagon) announced the creation of a UFO unit in 2021.
Called Airborne for short, the project detects flying objects. Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks said Airborne “identifies, identifies and characterizes” objects.
The US Directorate of National Intelligence released its report last year on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), also known as UFOs.
The report examined weather conditions observed between 2004 and 2021. The report, which recorded 144 sightings from sources affiliated with the US government, noted that 80 of them were monitored through multiple sensors.