White House National Security chief says UFOs are having an ‘impact on our training ranges’ and need to be treated as a ‘legitimate issue’ | UAP


UFOs are already having an impact on combat training for America’s fighter pilots, a top national security official has warned.

‘Some of these phenomena, we know, have already had an impact on our training ranges,’ according to John Kirby, the National Security Council’s Coordinator for Strategic Communications under President Biden.

The comments suggest a new approach from the White House, whose press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre coyly dismissed questions about the F-22 stealth raptor jets that shot down three UFOs last February by saying, ‘I love E.T. the movie.’

Kirby, a retired rear admiral in the US Navy, said the unanswered questions surrounding UFOs must now be treated as a ‘legitimate issue’.

In a White House briefing Monday, he told reporters: ‘When pilots are out trying to do training in the air and they see these things, they’re not sure what they are, and it can have an impact on their ability to perfect their skills.’

While Admiral Kirby emphasized that the Pentagon is taking the UFO issue ‘seriously,’ he declined to answer questions on ‘individual whistleblowers’ — specifically retired senior intelligence officer David Grusch, whose explosive UFO claims have sparked open congressional oversight hearings set for July 26 next week.

Rear Admiral Kirby, speaking as the White House National Security Council’s coordinator for strategic communications, told reporters Monday the Pentagon wants ‘to get to the bottom’ of the UFO mystery, which he said impacts US fighter pilots ‘trying to do training in the air’.

Last month, Grusch came forward alleging that US military and defense contractors are hiding evidence of crashed UFOs, recovered ‘beings,’ and UFO-related deaths.

‘I’m not going to talk about individual whistleblowers,’ Admiral Kirby responded, when asked if he believed the claims made by former Pentagon insiders like Grusch.

According to comments made by Senator Marco Rubio last month, Grusch’s testimony has been notably corroborated in…

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UAP stands for “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” while UFO stands for “Unidentified Flying Object”. Many experts in the field found UFO was being ridiculed and reports were not being taken seriously. It’s thought UAP is a more professional term and it’s becoming increasingly more common as the US begins to seriously discuss UFO/UAP sightings.

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