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From E.T. to Alien and The X Files, Hollywood directors have come up with creative ways of depicting what aliens and UFOs may look like, what they may want from us Earthlings, and how they act. Can as much be said for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)?

The Pentagon has certainly been involved with UFO dealings. For instance, https://interestingengineering.com/leaked-navy-footage-ufo-confirmed-by-pentagon">it's confirmed certain leaked UFO footage to be real, whereas some news outlets claim that the Pentagon has, in fact, confirmed these UFO sightings to be real to cover up the fact that they may actually be https://interestingengineering.com/ufo-sightings-may-just-be-enemy-drones-gathering-us-intel">enemy drones gathering intel from the U.S. military.

Given 2020 recorded https://interestingengineering.com/us-record-number-ufo-sightings-2020">the highest number of UFO sightings across the U.S. to date, it's easy to understand why the Inspector General of the DoD would launch an investigation to evalutate the DoD's actions regarding Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), otherwise known as UFOs. 

 

The evaluation's brief outline was made public on Monday, May 3 by the Inspector General. Not losing any time on the matter, the evaluation kick-starts this month, but no exact date of when or how long the evaluation would go on for was shared.

The main aim of the evaluation is "to determine the extent to which the DoD has taken actions regarding Unidentified Aerial Phenomena," as the statement read. The objective of the evaluation may differ as it goes on.

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