Some history about UFO research programs
According to the New York Times, the U.S. Department of Defense. allocated 22 million in a secret UFO research program. The Pentagon has spent years financing the program. It was closed in 2012, after five years of existence, because it was understood at that time that there were higher priority issues. This program conducted interviews and videos related to this topic were analyzed.
Luis Elizondo, a former intelligence officer, and former program leader conducted it in a period between 2007 and 2012. His team investigated UFOs and alleged evidence of alien life. Elizondo noted that these sightings mostly occurred near nuclear facilities and power plants. He stated that there were never any signs of hostility, but his way of maneuvering was something that he was unable to do in our present time, which generated insecurity and concern that something might happen.
One of the videos that was released after 13 years is one of the pursuits of an oval object being pursued by two F / A-18F belonging to the U.S. Navy in a place near the coast of San Diego in 2004.
Recent events and their impact on the national security of the U.S.
Today there has been an increase in UFO sightings in the U.S. This situation causes the officers to defend the implementation of new guidelines because they fear that they are a risk to military security. the army of E. U. decided to establish a new registry protocol. they are still working on the guidelines that pilots and other professionals must follow when observing these inexplicable phenomena. So it is left behind to ignore these incursions and not to investigate them exhaustively.
According to Joseph Gradisher, spokesman for the Navy offices, at present the appearance of UFOs occurs several times per month. There are even several requests from congressmen asking for information about it. For what they have had to deliver reports prepared by senior naval intelligence officers and by pilots who warned of the dangers.
The Navy has received criticism for paying relatively little attention to the UFO phenomenon. That is why it proposes to update and formalize the information process about suspicious incursions.
The UFO phenomenon has generated several controversies for several decades. The ambivalence of the government to the issue has generated insecurity in the citizenry. At the same time, it creates a lack of credibility in its institutions aimed at protection and security. It is therefore necessary that it be allowed to open the files that still remain closed allegedly by alleged national security. Chaos may emerge due to the secrecy and lack of objective guidance on this phenomenon.