The US Navy drafted a process for reporting UFO

The US Navy is a military division of the US Army. This is one of the seven uniform forces of the United States. As of December 31, 2008, the US Navy has about 331,682 existing translators and 124,000 people in the reserve naval force. The US Navy has 284 ships in operation and more than 3,700 aircraft.

The US Navy is the largest naval force in the world; The total tonnage of its combat fleet is greater than the total tonnage of the combat fleet of the next 13 major navies in the world combined. The US Navy also has the largest fleet of aircraft carriers in the world, with 10 aircraft in service and a closed Gerald R. Ford aircraft and will join the Navy in 2019.

The US Navy wants to standardize the process so pilots can report cases of UFO detection into airspace.

Recently there have been reports of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) entering areas controlled by the military or airspace, so the Navy is drafting regulations to ensure all incidents similarly must be notified to the authorities. It is said by the US Navy announced on April 24.

The US Navy insists its professional soldiers and pilots have encountered enough UFOs to be able to report on them systematically and properly. Nick Pope, who participated in the UK government’s UFO investigation projects, welcomed the new regulation and insisted it would help US pilots and naval officers report easy UFO encounters easier.

Earlier, the US Department of Defense has implemented a secret project to “hunt UFO” in the period 2007-2012. Although the US government stopped funding for the project since 2012, the Pentagon continues to investigate the reports about UFOs sent by US military members.

One of three videos declassified by the US Department of Defense in 2017 shows two naval F / A-18 Super Hornet fighters chasing a strange object described by the pilot as “without wings or tails” in touch. forehead in 2004 on the Pacific Ocean. However, American pilots could not catch up to this object.