When it comes to its search for UFOs, the Pentagon office charged with finding them says it has full access to U.S. government orbital imaging and early warning satellite products. The issue is that a lot of what's being found turns out to be balloons. Additionally, video from multiple shootdowns of unidentified flying objects over North America earlier this year will be released.
The War Zone asked Sean Kirkpatrick, head of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) during a rare press briefing Tuesday the following query:
"Does AARO have access to US government orbital imaging and early warning satellite products? And if so, how many have captured UAPs?"
Kirkpatrick responded, stating “I have access to all the overhead imagery I need.” Despite access to those systems, however, Kirkpatrick said he has not “seen any of them that have collected [imagery of] a UAP,” the acronym for the term Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, which has replaced UFO in the halls of the Pentagon.
AARO has actually collected a lot of data from those satellite systems, but ultimately nothing that would suggest an otherworldly origin.
“We have collected lots of UAP that turned out to be balloons and those look nice,” he said.
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