It is reported that the checks in the course of the investigation will affect various services — the office of the Minister of Defense, combat commands, support units, defense agencies, and other organizations. The ultimate goal will be to “assess the extent to which the Defense Department has taken action against UFOs.”
Recall that in August 2020, the Pentagon has already created a task force under the leadership of the Navy to track any collisions of military personnel with UFOs that may pose a threat to US national security.
The move comes a few months after the Pentagon officially acknowledged three incidents reported by pilots of the US Navy’s F / A-18 Hornet aircraft that may have been linked to UFOs. One of the cases occurred in 2004, two in 2015.