A classified UFO briefing was given to members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation on unidentified aerial phenomena on June 17, in preparation for the Director of National Intelligence’s anticipated report on UFOs due sometime this month. The briefing was described as
The Pentagon’s declassified report on UFOs may be due to be delivered to Congress later this month, but as to what this presentation might contain—and what it may ultimately affect—has been the subject of speculation: how far down the rabbit hole will the Defense Department’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force go while revealing
Like its counterparts in the west, the Chinese military has its own task force dedicated to tracking UFO encounters, the reports of which are numerous enough for the group’s analysts to use AI to sort through the data to determine which sightings are mundane occurrences, and which are genuine unknowns.
Much of the media and the government are acting as if the UFO phenomenon started in 2004. Therefore, the idea that the objects that have been observed by Naval pilots might be man made technology of some sort actually seems believable to some people. But it started long before that.