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21 December 2017, 01:08 | Marta Robbins
A video shows what’s said to be an encounter between a Navy F A-18 Super Hornet and an unknown object
The Timesreported that alongside their regular work, Pentagon officials were still examining incidents reported by members of the United States military.
For the first time, the Defense Department is acknowledging the existence of this covert program, which the Pentagon says ended in 2012 but which The New York Times reports is still in existence.
The program investigated sightings of aircraft that appeared to move at very high speeds with no visible signs of propulsion, or that hovered with no apparent means of lift, the Times reported. The idea is that the academy gives researches free reign to explore science fiction theories and technologies without bureaucratic blockades.
"If anyone says they have the answers, they're fooling themselves", Reid said, in a tweet. "I've done something that no one has done before", he added. "We do not know the answers but we have plenty of evidence to support asking the questions". "It was determined that there were other, higher priority issues that merited funding and it was in the best interest of the DoD to make a change", it said, using an acronym to refer to the Department of Defense.
One of the UFO investigations by the program involved the study of videos of US military aircraft and unknown objects.
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Despite the government stopping their funding of the program back in 2012, it is still reportedly operational, with Elizondo quitting in October due to what he called "excessive secrecy and internal opposition".
Elizondo said that the effort continued and that he had a successor, whom he declined to name.
The shock revelation has finally disclosed the true aim of the mysterious Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. He said the program had multiple enemies at senior levels of the department, from officials who were either skeptical or ideologically opposed to AATIP's mission. Elizondo and others maintain that despite the absence of government funding, the program has continued its research, with help from the Navy and Central Intelligence Agency.
The project concluded that most sightings involved stars, clouds, conventional aircraft or spy planes, although 701 remained unexplained. In audio and video, the pilot is heard to exclaim: "There's a whole fleet of them".
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