News Outlets Are Telling Viewers How To Spot A UFO

( An examination of the database maintained by the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC) reveals that July is the most favorable time to observe unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and other unexplained aerial occurrences (UAPs).

Im-A-Puzzle initially analyzed the data from NUFORC, then analyzed again by Axios. Both of these investigations concluded that July is, in fact, the month in which you are most likely to witness anything weird in the skies.

According to Axios, the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) does not recognize Im-A-Puzzle as a trustworthy entity.

Axios reports that NUFORC was established in 1974, and the FAA recommends that individuals report sightings of unidentified flying objects to the organization.

According to Axios, the NUFORC database should not be confused with the separate reports system utilized by the military for incidents with UFOs and UAPs. According to the site, the United States military has de-stigmatized reports of unidentified flying objects and aerial phenomena since they are now considered threats to national security. According to reports from ABC, the number of sightings of UFOs and UAPs has more than quadrupled since 2021.

Nearly 15,000 unidentified flying object sightings have been reported in California, making it the state with the most sightings overall. Other states that fared strongly for sightings were Washington, Florida, New York, Texas, and Illinois. Each of these states had more than 4,000 reports of sightings.

In addition, the database segmented the data depending on the form of the alleged extraterrestrial craft. According to the database, the most often reported sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) include sightings of circular and triangular UFOs, as well as those that are characterized as being “light.” This year, between March and June, there have been around 3,000 reports of people seeing unidentified flying objects (UFOs).

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) announced on July 20 that the Pentagon would soon establish a unit devoted only to investigating UFO reports.

The newly created All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), which covers the U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force, will act as a focal point for gathering, looking into, and managing reports of UFO encounters throughout the DOD.

According to the announcement, the agency would coordinate efforts by the federal government “to detect, identify and attribute items of interest… and, where appropriate, to reduce any related hazards to the safety of operations and national security.” This covers erroneous, misidentified aerial, underwater, and transmedium objects.