When President Donald Trump signed into law a $ 2.3 trillion coronavirus recovery bill last December, the countdown started. The US intelligence agencies were given 180 days to prepare a report to Congress that would reveal key information regarding UFOs.
The director of national intelligence and the secretary of defense now have less than six months left to submit to congressional committees a declassified report on unidentified flying objects. This requirement was laid down in the comments section of the exploration act, spelled out for the 2021 financial year.
The UFO report should include a detailed analysis of UFO data collected by various intelligence agencies, including a dedicated UFO research team and the FBI. In addition, the report specifies the requirement for interaction between agencies to collect and centralized analysis of all cases involving UFOs.
Finally, the report should include any potential threats to national security from UFOs, as well as provide a recommendation on who might be behind such activity.
The report must be declassified, although it may include an attachment with classified materials.
In recent years, the Pentagon has published short videos made by fighter pilots on several occasions. Three videos clearly showed a UFO whose behavior in the air could not be explained by known man-made technology. Even assuming that these objects were drones, their speed, maneuverability and lack of a heat trail are puzzling.
At the same time, members of the US Congress and representatives of the Pentagon have long been concerned about the appearance of unidentified flying objects, especially in the light of the development of hypersonic vehicles by various countries.
Thus, if American intelligence does not find a loophole, then in 2021 we will find out what defense experts think about the possible existence of super-advanced technologies in some countries or companies … or the extraterrestrial nature of these phenomena.