Scott Bray, deputy director of U.S. Naval Intelligence and director of the Unidentified Weather Incidents Task Force that examines aerial objects known as UFOs, said they have received 400 UFO-related reports so far, including 256 in the past year.
Bray joined the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Counterintelligence and Counterterrorism with Ronald Moultrie, the U.S. Department of Defense Undersecretary for Intelligence.
In his speech here, Bray made evaluations of unidentified aerial objects that have been observed by the U.S. military for a long time at different places and times.
“144 notifications between 2004 and 2021”
Scott Bray said, “Since the preliminary report of the Director of National Intelligence was made public, unidentified weather reports have risen to 400. The Directorate’s report last year included a total of 144 notices between 2004 and 2021.”
Bray, who showed two images taken in different regions, several years apart, said that the lights recorded by night vision glasses and SLR cameras were triangular, which they thought was due to the refraction of the light as it passed through the lenses of the cameras and glasses.
“Many objects were also imaged by the U.S. Navy”
Bray said there have been times when a large number of the same objects have been seen, and they have also been observed by “many U.S. naval vehicles.”
Pointing out that some of these may be sensor abnormalities or something non-physical, Bray said, “But a large part of them are physical objects.”
Bray stated that radar traces and sensor residues were seen in some of these objects, albeit very faint, and said, “There is no capacity to fly an object with a actuator that cannot be detected in any of our adversaries.”
Similar objects have also been observed by China
Noting that these events were also observed by other U.S. allies and China, Bray said that China established a unit similar to the one in the U.S. and examined these objects.
The US Naval Intelligence official also said that they share data with some countries.
Noting that U.S. vehicles did not attempt to make any contact with the unidentified objects in question and did not receive any communication signals, Bray said, “There have been no collisions (with unidentified objects) but there have been at least 11 cases of passing closely.”