The latest Pentagon UFO report reveals 274 different sightings of UAPs (unidentified aerial phenomena) between August 31, 2022, and April 30, 2023, and 291 reports in total.
Sean Kirkpatrick, Director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) at the Pentagon, also reported to CNN that his organization has received approximately 800 reports of UFOs in total since it was established in July of 2022.
According to the Pentagon UFO report, “a very small percentage” of the sightings that have been reported have “unknown morphologies.”
However, there were some UFO reports in which the objects showed “concerning performance characteristics” with capabilities such as “high-speed travel” and “unusual maneuverability.”
Much of the reporting of UFOs, as has been typical over the years, seems to occur over military airspace.
Also, like NASA’s 33-page UFO report, issued in September, the AARO report states that a large amount of UFO sightings (approximately 25 percent) involved objects that were characterized as orbs, round, or spherical in shape.
In 53 percent of cases, the UFO sightings were unable to determine a shape, six percent were said to be “irregular,” four percent said the objects were “oval-shaped,” four percent said the UFOs were either discs or rectangular, and two percent claimed what they saw was cylindrical or triangular in shape.
Lawmakers in Washington are expected to receive further access to classified UFO documents before the end of the year, according to Congressman Tim Burchett.
“It’ll be before Christmas, I believe, is what we’ve heard,” Burchett told Elizabeth Vargas on NewsNation this week. “It’s coming up here, I believe, in the next couple of weeks from what I understand, but all those things are kind of subjective to what’s going on elsewhere in Washington. I would hope we could get in there because a lot of people are asking.”…