Ex-Navy pilot says coming UAP reporting tool is ‘good first step’
Former Navy fighter pilot Ryan Graves has spent years pushing for a proper, centralized system enabling military and commercial pilots to report sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena. It may finally be coming.
The Pentagon announced Thursday the launch of a website that will publish unclassified material from the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, the agency within the Department of Defense that’s responsible for investigating reports of unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAPs, commonly known as UFOs.
That website is a mandate from Congress and will allow service members, government employees and contractors to submit UAP sightings. The...