A special group on the study of unidentified flying objects at Pentagon will reveal some of the collected classified data. This was reported by The New York Times with reference to the report of the US Senate Intelligence Committee.
The team first plans to standardize UFO sighting data and reports, and then release some of its findings to the public within six months of reconnaissance approval.
Senate committee head Marco Rubio said he was concerned about flying objects appearing over US military bases and military exercise sites.
"To be honest, if it came from somewhere outside this planet, it would be better than if it is some kind of technological leap from China or Russia or some other adversary," said the senator.
Program officer Eric Davis said that he held a closed briefing for the Ministry of Defense on the search for "vehicles out of this world that were not made on Earth."
Earlier the US military recorded "unidentified" flying objects and said that the video was actually taken by the US Navy.