Pentagon Launches UFO Reporting Portal

( – The Pentagon recently added a new section to its website about unidentified flying objects (UFOs), a.k.a. unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs), which will provide a secure hub for government employees and military service members to report any experiences they may have.

The US Department of Defense (DOD) has a modern UFO research project and headlines have been abuzz with aliens more than usual these days. The project is called the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), and it recently published its “one-stop” website for all things UFOs, including video footage, photographs, and reports.

The DOD has now announced that a secure portal to submit UFO sighting reports will be added to the website. The portal will provide a safe place for any government workers, military service members, or contractors to report sightings.

A spokesperson for the DOD, Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder stated that “there will be a subsequent update” to the AARO website allowing “service members or civilians” to submit reports in a manner that is “private and secure.” The Pentagon announced on Tuesday that the portal is now up and running and available for use. They noted that sightings going as far back as 1945 are eligible for submission to be investigated.

The DOD statement says that the reports will serve “to inform” the Historical Record Report by AARO which is due to be submitted to Congress by the summer of 2024, as well as investigations into programs by the US government allegedly investigating UAPs. Those submitting reports are asked to give a general detailed description of what they saw, when and where the event took place, and any signs indicating “advanced and/or enigmatic capabilities.”

The observer must also include any details regarding the behavior of the phenomenon, including any signs that it may be intelligently controlled or indications of hostility.

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