The US Government Has A Ridiculous New Name For Its UFO-Tracking Office

By James Brizuela | Published


Let’s be honest, the government has never been quite good at naming the organizations that take care of some important tasks for the country. Space Force? Well, that was all former President Trump and his cabinet, but it was a bit silly. The U.S. announced recently that the new capital of UFO sightings would be placed in Washington. This brings a whole new validity to the government’s understanding that we might not be alone. However, the Department of Defense has decided to alter the name of the office attempting to track down these sightings and study them more. What was known as the Airborne Object Identification and Management Group has not been deemed the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office or AARO. The AARO is the new UFO-tracking headquarters.

Initially, when high-ranking military personnel began to record videos of UFOs the government began to take them far more seriously. UFO was then changed to UAP, which means Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. That name makes sense still. Even pairing with Airborne Object Identification and Management Group still made sense. However, All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office just sounds like the government is putting a fairytale spin on this legit office. Having anomalies in all domains means that the government could be saying there are underwater sightings? Aerial sightings were good enough, but now people will laugh or might just be far more concerned. What if there are underwater sightings the world has not been told about yet? At least there is an office dedicated to UFO-tracking.

The AARO will be led by Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Moultrie. Moultrie reiterated the naming of the AARO by saying, “It is vital to our national security and the safety of our military personnel that we maintain awareness of anomalous objects in all domains.” Well, if anyone has ever truly believed that the Loch Ness Monster exists, we might now be getting some hard evidence provided through the AARO’s efforts. UFO-tracking will be the specialty, but it sounds like more unexplained events could be taken more seriously.

This new office was established by Congress after the annual defense budget grew in size. The Pentagon did have a meeting where they seriously brought up UFOs and the threat they could potentially pose to the country. The AARO is now going to be dedicated to determining the threat factors of all anomalies. Now, we are curious to know what other anomalies have been discovered. Our money is on Sasquatch roaming the forests. The New Jersey Devil might be something to think about too. We truly hope the NJD is not real because that thing looks horrifying.

The AARO has legitimately been put in place to determine the safety of the nation should these UAPs get close enough that the world finally sees alien life up close. UFO-tracking could save us from an impending invasion. We know this sounds like a hacky science fiction story, but the threat of violence is always something to think about, especially if the government is now spooked by the number of sightings that have been happening. No one wants a Mars Attacks situation to occur. The truth might really be out there.