After what’s been going on over the past five years, how in the world could anyone seeking to be the DoD inspector general not be familiar with the UFO issue? This is especially perplexing since the DoD Office of the Inspector General last year announced that it would be investigating the Pentagon’s handling of UFO encounters.
This is inconceivable. I mean, where has the guy been, on another planet? Ha, get it … on another planet … UFOs?!
At any rate, while this is typical, it does not inspire confidence that there will be any serious investigation.
Interesting examination here, but the author seriously misses the forest for the trees.
May I suggest the obvious: The Air Force’s “reticence” is not due to stubbornness or any other trivial motivation. The UFO secrecy is likely deemed necessary because the UFOs are Air Force. The UFOs are not Navy, they ARE Air Force. Therefore, allowing a civilian investigation would be risking the exposure of Air Force secrets.
Sometimes the simplest solution is the correct conclusion, as crazy and counterintuitive as it might appear.