American Pilot Reported Seeing A UFO Over American Bases
Ryan Graves, a retired American officer and fighter pilot, discussed the unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) he has seen frequently throughout his years of service in an article for The Hill.
“Objects demonstrating extreme capabilities routinely fly over our military installations and training areas. We don’t know what they are and we cannot mitigate their presence,” said the pilot.
Approximately 50 to 60 of the people who worked with him in 2014 and 2015, the official claimed, can claim to have seen “unidentified abnormal events” on a daily basis. We desperately need more data because UAPs are a national security concern, according to Graves.
“Why don’t we have more data? Stigma. I know that fear of stigma is a big issue because I was the first active-duty fighter pilot to speak publicly about regular UAP sightings, and it wasn’t easy. There has been little support or encouragement for the crew to speak publicly about this issue.
“There were no advantages to reporting hard-to-explain sightings within the chain of command, let alone doing so publicly. For pilots to feel comfortable, a culture change will be needed within organizations and society at large.”
More than 500 sightings of unidentified flying objects have been reported by US authorities as of August 30, 2022, according to the second Office of the Director of National Intelligence report on anomalous occurrences released last week (UFOs).
Most UFO encounters have been documented by US Navy and Air Force pilots and operators. Not a single incident of an airplane colliding with an unknown flying object occurred at the same time.
“In 2023, we need to keep up the pace to break the stigma and get the data. We must encourage pilots and other witnesses to come forward and keep up the pressure on Congress to prioritize the UAP as a national security issue. Only one thing is clear about the UAP: the fog of secrecy serves no one,” said Ryan.