When will the Pentagon's UFO report be released?

When will the Pentagon's UFO report be released?

June 1, 2021

THE Pentagon's UFO report complied with decades of classified documents will be released as part of the $2.3billion coronavirus spending package passed in December 2020.

Congress' spending package required the Department of Defense and the Office of Director of National Intelligence to deliver an unclassified report on UFOs to Congress within six months.

When will the Pentagon's UFO report be released?

The legislation President Trump signed on December 27 said intelligence officials should submit their report within 180 days, which would fall in late June.

However, the bombshell report could arrive as early as June 1.

The report will be unclassified and is expected to contain everything the US Government knows about "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena."

It will examine if UAPs constitute a threat to US airspace, Deadline reports.

The report is unlikely to conclude that highly advanced extraterrestrials are the cause, but it may not rule them out.

It's expected that recommendations for further UFO research and funding will be included within the dossier.

What did Donald Trump and lawmakers say about the upcoming report?

Former President Trump discussed the upcoming report with conservative commentator Dan Bongino last week.

He said: "I'm a believer in what you see, but there are a lot of people out there who are into that. I get that so much: 'is it true, sir?'

"I'm not such a believer, but some people are, so I don't want to hurt their dreams or their fears."

Republican Senator Marco Rubio warned that US officials should take UFOs entering the country's airspace seriously and "shouldn't laugh them off".

He told CBS 60 Minutes that investigating aircraft from foreign powers or another civilization should be given more time and resources.

Sen. Rubio said: “I want us to take it seriously and have a process to take it seriously.

“I want us to have a process to analyze the data every time it comes in. That there be a place where this is cataloged and constantly analyzed until we get some answers.”

Pentagon officials last year took the unprecedented step to release a trio of remarkable videos which showed "encounters" with UFOs.

Perhaps the most striking was a video known as the “Tic Tac” – which showed an unidentified object being pursued by fighter planes.

Lt Commander Alex Dietrich was training with a strike group approximately 100 miles southwest of San Diego when she and another pilot spotted the mysterious object.

Dietrich told CBS’ ‘60 Minutes’ fighter pilots had struggled with how much to reveal about the encounter as the descriptions sounded “crazy.”

She said: “Over beers, we've said, 'Hey man, if I saw this solo, I don't know that I would have come back and said anything.'

“Because it sounds so crazy when I say it.”

The pilot was flying a F/A-18F fighter jet when she spotted an anomalous object flying in her vicinity.

Dietrich said: "It was unidentified, and that's why it was so unsettling to us because we weren't expecting it. We couldn't classify it."

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