The US military has encountered numerous unidentified flying objects (UFOs) that have disrupted their training exercises. This was confirmed by John Kirby, a former US Navy rear admiral and the current White House coordinator for strategic communications at the National Security Council.
He said that the UFOs are a “real problem” that require further investigation by a special Pentagon unit.
In May 2022, a video showed a small spherical UFO zooming past a US fighter jet at high speed. A former US Navy pilot, Ryan Graves, also claimed that he and his colleagues witnessed UFOs almost daily from 2015 to 2017.
John Kirby said that the UFOs pose a “legitimate cause for concern” for the US military.
“Yes. We wouldn’t have established an organization at the Pentagon to analyze, collect and coordinate reports of these sightings if we didn’t take this seriously.
“Pilots are trying to train in the air and they see these objects. They don’t know what they are, but they (objects) can affect the pilots’ ability to hone their skills. So it has already had an impact.
“We just want to understand it better. We’re not saying what it is or what it isn’t. We’re saying our pilots see ‘something’ and that ‘something’ has already affected some of our training operations. And so we want to get to the bottom of it. We want to understand it better.”
On July 26, 2023, the US House of Representatives will hold hearings on the case of UFO whistleblowers. They are related to the recent sensational claims by David Grasch that the US government is secretly storing alien ship debris somewhere and trying to replicate their technology.