National Security: Congressional Hearing: "Non-Human" Remains Found

Two former military pilots and a former secret service agent have reported sightings of unidentified flying objects and their analysis in a hearing before a committee of the US House of Representatives.

National Security: Congressional Hearing: "Non-Human" Remains Found

Two former military pilots and a former secret service agent have reported sightings of unidentified flying objects and their analysis in a hearing before a committee of the US House of Representatives. Former intelligence worker David Grusch said under oath on Wednesday that he had spoken to officials who had first-hand knowledge of flying objects. "Non-human" remains were recovered from it, he said in a video recording of the hearing. According to CNN, Grusch described such objects as a problem for US national security.

Because most of his information is confidential, he cannot speak about it in a public meeting, the former intelligence official said. The US Department of Defense initially did not comment on his account, according to CBS. For their part, the two ex-pilots reported their own sightings of unidentified objects. Many incidents are not reported because pilots are afraid of losing their jobs, they complained.

MEPs spoke out in favor of more transparency from the government on the subject. "I think we're going to look at what we can do to make more of this information public," Republican Representative Glenn Grothman said at the conclusion of the hearing. CBS quoted Tennessee Republican Tim Burchett as saying: "We will uncover the cover-up and I hope this is just the beginning of many more hearings and that many more people speak out on this issue."

Celestial phenomena without explanation

Such sightings would be taken seriously and investigated, National Security Council Communications Director John Kirby told reporters on Wednesday. He added: "We don't have the answers for what these phenomena are."

In January, there was a hearing on the subject in Congress for the first time in decades. In recent years, the US Department of Defense has presented reports that dozens of celestial phenomena from the past two decades have not yet been explained. However, there is no evidence of secret technology from other countries or extraterrestrial life, it said.

In June, a group of experts from the US space agency Nasa held a public meeting and advocated more and better data on observations of unusual phenomena. Many observations from the past could not be clarified because there was too little and too bad data, it said. The Pentagon had also complained about insufficient data.

According to US media, Grusch had worked for 14 years as an intelligence officer with the US Air Force, among others, and was part of a working group for unidentified unusual phenomena from 2019 to 2021.

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