Argentine Air Force to record UFO reports
The Argentine Air Force is in the process of creating a commission to record and investigate reports of UFOs, the AFP reports today. This comes as somewhat of a surprise as we have recently seen other countries shutting down their UFO units.
Another surprise is that the Argentine authorities seem to take an active stance on the UFO phenomenon, asking military and civilian pilots as well as air traffic controllers to report their experiences and, if possible, to send any documenting evidence.
Officials said the Air Force already holds records of reported UFO sighting, but the interdisciplinary commission — involving meteorologists, air traffic controllers and civilian pilots alongside military authorities — would formalize the data keeping.
What remains to be seen, however, is whether they will follow in the footsteps of say New Zealand, and someday release all their juicy findings to the public.