Navy Admiral Confirms UFOs Cause Problems in Training American Fighter Pilots

By: Alec Donaldson | Last updated: Aug 12, 2023

In recent years, there has been a surge of interest and concern surrounding unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and their potential impact on various aspects of society, including national security, aviation, and military operations.

One notable voice in this ongoing debate is a retired high-ranking military officer from the United States, who has raised serious worries about how UFOs might affect the training of American fighter pilots. Here’s what he had to say.

He Warned About Unanswered Questions

Rear Admiral John Kirby, who served in the US Navy, has cautioned that the questions surrounding UFOs need to be taken seriously as a real and important matter. One key concern expressed by Kirby is the potential disruption to pilot training programs.


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Fighter pilots undergo rigorous training to develop their skills in handling various combat scenarios, flying under high-stress situations, and engaging adversaries in aerial combat. However, encounters with UFOs may cause undue challenges.

No Comment on Whistleblowers

Admiral Kirby refused to speak about David Grusch during the press conference. He gave no information about the investigation or who might testify before the House Oversight Committee.


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This announcement was made because David Grusch, a retired intelligence officer, made strong claims about UFOs, which led to planned hearings in Congress on July 26. Grusch stated that the US military and defense contractors hid evidence of crashed UFOs, recovered beings, and deaths related to UFOs.

Details of the Hearing Remain Unknown

The details of the upcoming hearing are still not clear. Still, Rep. Tim Burchett, a member of Congress from Tennessee, has indicated that he will play the role of a paranormal investigator during the hearing.


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He tweeted recently, saying, “We’re done with the coverups.” When speaking to reporters, Burchett stated it was a chance to reveal the secret national security operations. He demanded a government that believes in and relies on the trust of its people.

UFO Investigations are Classified

Admiral Kirby confirmed that the Pentagon had taken down several unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in Canada and Alaska last February. However, no definite conclusions have been made by him, the White House, or the Pentagon about these objects.


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It’s important to mention that the Pentagon has traditionally kept its investigations into UFOs classified, including programs like Advanced Aerospace Weapon Systems Applications Program (AAWSAP) and the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP).