"If pilots in the ocean or elsewhere report a flight hazard that impedes or puts them at risk, then Senator Warner wants answers, no matter if it's weather balloons, little green men, or something else – no may require our pilots to compromise their lives unnecessarily, "said Rachel Cohen, spokesman for Democratic Virginia Sen. Mark Warner. Joseph Gradyd, a spokesman for the deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare, also confirmed that the briefing took place in a CNN statement on Thursday. has provided a classified report on efforts to understand and identify these threats to the safety and security of our aviators, he said.
"Subsequent discussions with other interested officials are scheduled for later today (Thursday, June 20)." Navy officials will continue to inform members and congressional officials, given the classified nature of these discussions, there is no to comment
] President Donald Trump recently confirmed that he had been informed of the reports of the fleet pilots who spotted unidentified flying objects.
A naval officer told CNN that the navy did not believe aliens were flying around US airspace
But you got it is "a number of reports of unauthorized and / or unidentified aircraft entering different areas controlled by military zones and certain airspace in recent years," said the Navy
Navy said these types of "invasions" pose a security and risk risk
"Safety and security concerns, the Navy and the Air Force take these reports very seriously and investigate every report," the statement said.