The United States Department of The defense ordered the establishment of a specialized one group for detection of unidentified airborne objects, which will become a successor of the task force on the unidentified aerial phenomena of the United States Navy.
According to the Pentagon announcement, the new task force has been named Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG) and will coordinate the United States government’s efforts to “to detect, identify and attribute objects of interests in Special Purpose Airspace (USA) and to assess and mitigate any associated threats safety of flight e national safety.“
The target force will be composed of intelligence community members, Department of Defense experts and specialists from other government agencies. The decision to reorganize the unit in charge with unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) is in line with recommendations provided in a report from the Office of the director of National Intelligence (ODNI).
The department will arrive in the next few weeks up with guide for AOIMSG, which will contain the details on management, organizational structure and resources of the new unit.
The Pentagon has stressed that reports are needed of raids “from any aerial object, identified or unidentified“very seriously and conducts an investigation of any case. UAPs represent potential risk to planes and to national safety in a broader sense, according to the memorandum on the establishment of the AOIMSG.
The report prepared by the ODNI and presented to the Congress in June lists five “potential explanatory categories” of UAP: aerial disorder, natural atmospheric phenomena, USA government o development of the US industry programs, foreign opponent systems and a “other” catchall basket.
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