Japanese Military Says It Will Track UFOs

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• In April, the Japanese Ministry of Defense announced that it would begin drafting guidelines on tracking and investigating UFO sightings. On September 14th, Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono instructed the Japanese Self Defense Forces to record and report any UFO sightings in Japan’s airspace, to assess any data collected, and to investigate any credible sightings.

• A Japanese press release on September 4th reported that US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper spoke with Kono about the UAP issue at a meeting in Guam on August 29th. According to UFO researcher Giuliano Marinkovic, Kono stated that while he could not go into detail, the two nations would work closely together on the UFO/UAP issue. A Pentagon press release confirmed the meeting between Esper and Kono in Guam, stating that the two nations will work together to operate an “integrated air and missile defense” system, as well as enhancing the integration of “intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance functions.” The Pentagon brief also mentions the strengthening of its “secure networks and security to protect advanced defense technologies.”

• According to the Japanese Defense Minister Kono, there have been no cases of Japanese Self Defense Force pilots encountering UFOs. Kono said that while he personally does not believe in otherworldly UFOs, he is interested in the findings the United States may have regarding the subject. In August, the Pentagon announced the formation of a UAP Task Force to investigate incursions of unknown objects in US airspace. Evidence exists that the US Navy has been operating this task force out of the Office of Naval Intelligence since 2018 in response to the shuttering of the Pentagon’s preceding UFO program, the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, in 2012.

 

  Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono

On Monday, Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono instructed Japanese military personnel on what to do if they spot unidentified aerial objects that could potentially pose a threat to national security.

According to Japanese news agencies, Kono instructed the Japanese Self Defence Forces to record and

     US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper

report any sightings of unknown objects in Japan’s airspace. The move comes just weeks after Kono spoke with U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper in a conversation that apparently touched on UFOs.

Taking a lead from the United States, Kono also tasked the SDF to assess any data collected and investigate any credible sightings.

In April, the Japanese Ministry of Defence announced that it would begin drafting guidelines on tracking and investigating UFO sightings. Citing the United State’s release of three videos shot by Naval aviators of unknown objects in 2004 and 2015, Kono expressed that while he personally does not believe in the otherworldly nature of UFOs, he is interested in the findings the United States may come to regarding the subject. In early August, the Pentagon announced the formation of a UAP Task Force to investigate incursions of unknown objects in US airspace. Evidence exists that the United States Navy has been operating this task force out of the Office of Naval Intelligence since 2018 in response to the shuttering of the Pentagon’s UFO program, the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, or AATIP, in 2012.

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