The increase in sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in areas controlled by the US Army led the Navy to establish a new protocol for action. Until now it was common for such "incursions" to be ignored, and when an officer made a record, there was no follow-up or exhaustive investigation. Authorities are still working on drafting new guidelines to be followed by pilots and other professionals when they observe "unexplained aerial phenomena," as the military calls them. Since it was learned a few years ago that the US government funded a secret program to investigate UFOs between 2007 and 2012, congressional interest in gaining access to more detailed information about it has also increased.
 "There have been several reports of unauthorized or unidentified aircraft that have entered our airspace in recent years," the Navy said in a statement to the digital newspaper Político. The Navy also explained that it received a series of requests for information from members of Congress, which is why officials had to submit reports prepared by senior Naval Intelligence officials and pilots who warned of the dangers: "For safety and security reasons, protection, the Navy takes these reports very seriously and investigates all the information. " The appearance of UFOs occurs "several times a month," said Joseph Gradisher, a spokesman for one of the Navy's offices in the Washington Post.

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