in the vicinityVideoUS Navy drafting of new guidelines for reporting UFOs
The U.S. Navy reports the preparation of new guidelines for the pilots and other employees of encounters with ‘unidentified aircraft.’
President Trump, said he was briefed by Navy pilots in relation to sightings of unidentified flying objects, but remained sceptical about the existence of UFOs.
George Stephanopoulos of ABC News asked the question in an interview with Trump released on Saturday.
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“I was amazed to see in the last couple of weeks, we read more and more reports of Navy pilots, and a lot of UFOs,” Stephanopoulos said a smiling trump. “Have you already informed about that? What do you think?”
In 2014 and 2015, the pilots of the U.S. Navy, several UFO reports, sightings during training maneuvers.
“I want you to think what you think,” Trump replied, referring to the Navy pilots. “I had a very brief meeting on it. But people say they see UFOs. Can I believe that? Not particularly.”
The Navy has recently announced, update policies, such as the pilot’s report of “unidentified aircraft” sightings in response to reports of strange himself. Navy strike group pilots reported seeing strange objects flying over 30,000 feet at supersonic speed, accelerates, without any visible engine, or an infrared exhaust gases, according to the New York Times.
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The new Protocol does not mean that Navy officials believe in UFOs, but “on the contrary, that the strange sightings to justify an investigation, and must be formally documented.”
Asked whether he knew if it is I think evidence for the existence of extraterrestrial life, Trump said: “our great pilots would know. And some of them see things a little differently from the past. We are to look, and you’ll be the first to know.”