The United States Department of Defense (DoD) announced on May 3 that it will conduct a formal evaluation of the Pentagon’s actions, which the military calls “unidentified flying objects” (UAP).
The Office of the Inspector General of the Ministry of Defense issued a memorandum announcing the plan a few days ago and stated that it will audit the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the military department, the combat command, the combat support agency, the defense. agency, and the military criminal’s office to investigate the UFO organization The sighting responded.
The purpose of this assessment is to determine the extent to which the Department of Defense has taken action on unidentified aerial phenomena. The memorandum states that we may modify the target during the assessment process and we will consider the administration’s suggestions on other targets or revised targets. The memorandum also seeks to seek an “evaluation point of contact” within 5 days of the memorandum date.
The memorandum reads: “The point of contact must be a government employee or a GS-15 soldier, the military equivalent to salary rank or a military equivalent. “In May of last year, the Pentagon established a task force to study UAP. It happened. The Pentagon said in a press release that the task force was established to increase its understanding of the nature and origin of UAP.
The statement The press statement read: “The task of the task force is to detect, analyze, and classify UAPs that may pose a threat to the national security of the United States. “In May this year, the Pentagon confirmed the authenticity of the leaked videos and photos. These videos and photos showed objects described as” spheres, “” acorns, “and” metal aircraft.
According to CNN, a spokesperson for A that the videos and photos of these objects were taken by United States Navy personnel. Traditionally, the inspector general will investigate allegations of misconduct or assess how the Pentagon handles sensitive or political allegations.