Pentagon UFO program known as AATIP

UFO News Today: Now the Navy admits it has safety concerns about UFO Sightings what about the threat to commercial flying? The Federal Aviation Administration, which oversees 44,000 flights per day, claims it doesn't track UFO reports and simply refers inquiries to a private UFO reporting group. But in this video podcast The Black Vault's John Greenewald suggests the FAA is lying. He finds it is monitoring UFOs in a database ostensibly listing unauthorized drone sightings. John continues to say for more than two years, talk about the secret Pentagon UFO program known as AATIP has raged within UFO circles. Although controversy continues to brew about what AATIP really did; it’s now undeniable that the Department of Defense does research Unidentified Aerial Phenomena via a multi-agency task force currently operating within the Pentagon. So, whether this task for is AATIP 2.0 or another research program entirely, the Department of Defense is looking into a growing aerial threat that is invading military installations and threatening U.S. Navy pilots. Now that we’ve established something is being done about military encounters what happens when commercial pilots run into the same threat? Although commercial UFO sightings are not quite as intriguing as those that occur within the military, The Black Vault made a discovery of a little known FAA database that proves the aerial threats do not just plague the U.S. armed forces. What’s inside and what do the encounters reveal? Stay tuned you’re about to journey Inside The Black Vault.

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