Japan has created rules for military personnel that experience or investigate UFO sightings. The move comes just a month after the Pentagon officially set up a UFO task force. Tokyo urges anyone who sees UFOs to take photos or videos that could be later studied by experts.
Japan’s Defense Minister has unveiled guidelines for Japanese defense personnel that experience UFO sightings. The guidelines state that members of the Japan Self Defense Forces should record any UFOs they observe so the Defense Ministry can study the evidence. The new rules come just a month after the U.S. Department of Defense issued similar protocols.
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Japan’s Defense Minister, Taro Kono, issued the instructions this week. According to NHK, the Self Defense Forces will make reports “…if anyone spots an unidentifiable object in the air that could affect the country’s defense and security.” The guidelines also urge “all-out efforts to take photos or videos of the object to carry out necessary analysis.”
The Defense Ministry reportedly explained that the new guidelines were issued “due to an increase in the use of drones and other objects that fly differently from conventional airplanes.” That said, Japan announced these guidelines shortly after the U.S. Department of Defense established a task force to investigate UFO sightings, following confirmed UFO sightings by U.S. Navy pilots between 2004 and 2014.
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