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    Pentagon Has No Policy for Tracking UFO Sightings, Watchdog Says

    Pentagon Has No Policy for Tracking UFO Sightings, Watchdog Says

    — The Pentagon has no formal approach to report or track sightings of unidentified flying objects, an internal watchdog said, the latest in a government push to get more serious about incidents that some pilots have pointed to as evidence of extraterrestrial visitation.

    The report makes no mention of those claims and offers no fresh insight into the mystery around videos the Pentagon released in 2020 showing objects that appear to fly at high speed and move in ways that defy conventional physics.

    Those encounters confounded the national security establishment and provoked accusations that the government is covering up what it knows.

    The Defense Department Inspector General's report released Thursday said a two-year investigation concluded there was no “comprehensive, coordinated approach” to address what the calls “unidentified anomalous phenomena,” or UAP.

    The Pentagon “has no overarching UAP policy and, as a result, it lacks assurance that national security and flight safety threats to the United States from UAP have been identified and mitigated,” the inspector general said.

    Potential alien sightings have long been the stuff of popular speculation — and science fiction. The topic exploded into the mainstream after the release of the Pentagon videos. During congressional hearings in July, three former military officers described encounters with what they called high-tech, unexplained flying…

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