'The Pentagon has provided a classified briefing to members of Congress about reported encounters by US navy pilots and unidentified aircraft, some of which were said to have no visible engines and could reach hypersonic speeds.
Earlier this year, a number of pilots reported seeing the objects on an almost daily basis from the summer of 2014 to March 2015, while flying navy jets off the East Coast. Some of the encounters were even captured on video, leading the navy to announce it had updated the way pilots were to formally reports the incidents.
Now, the military has provided a classified briefings on the encounters to a group of senators, after the president said last week he had been updated on the issue.
“Navy officials did indeed meet with interested congressional members and staffers on Wednesday to provide a classified brief on efforts to understand and identify these threats to the safety and security of our aviators,” the navy said in a statement, of the briefings that took place on Capitol Hill on Wednesday and Thursday.
“Navy officials will continue to keep interested congressional members and staff informed. Given the classified nature of these discussions, we will not comment on the specific information provided in these Hill briefings.
Reports suggest the briefings, first detailed by Politico, were given to members of the Senate intelligence committee and their staff. Among those who had requested the update, was Democratic senator Mark Warner, vice chairman of the committee.'
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