In response to the recent events, President Biden has ordered an interagency team to investigate the unidentified aerial objects that have been detected and shot down by the U.S. military in recent weeks. The team will be composed of representatives from the Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, and Director of National Intelligence. Their goal is to study the broader policy implications for detection, analysis, and disposition of these objects that pose either safety or security risks.
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The team will also be responsible for engaging with relevant counterparts to share information and gain perspectives on the phenomenon. The Intelligence Community has been instructed to take a broad look at the unidentified aerial objects.
The most recent object shot down was a Chinese spy balloon off the coast of South Carolina. The Air Force took action to destroy it over the water in order to ensure the safety of those on land. While some of the balloon fabric and payload have been recovered, some still remains at the bottom of the Atlantic due to inclement weather conditions.
Following this incident, three more objects were shot down by U.S. military aircraft, one over Alaska, one over Canada, and one over Lake Huron. However, no debris has been located from any of these objects and their origin is still unknown.
President Biden’s interagency team will be tasked with finding out more information about these unidentified aerial objects and their potential risks. The team will also be responsible for engaging with relevant counterparts and taking a broad look at the phenomenon in order to gain a better understanding of the implications for detection, analysis, and disposition of these objects.
The preceding article is a summary of an article that originally appeared on The Daily Caller