What I am going to say is speculative, but I think that the question that I pose is legitimate and logical.
The Department of Defense reported that “On Aug. 4, 2020, Deputy Secretary of Defense David L. Norquist approved the establishment of an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Task Force (UAPTF). The Department of the Navy, under the cognizance of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security, will lead the UAPTF.”
Once it started its work the UAPTF prepared a document that was presented to the Intelligence Committee of the Federal Senate on June 25, 2021.
According to that report, the UAPTF has had under its consideration a total of 144 reports, of which only one was identified as a deflated balloon.
From August 4, 2020, to June 25, 2021, there are 46 weeks and 3 days.
If we divide those 144 reports by those 46 weeks, - just for the sake of having an average—it gives us as a result, that the UAPTF received 3 reports per week.
If this were the case, as of today September 15, 2021, the UAPTF should have received at least 48 new reports.
But due to the approval of the IAA --Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022, in its Section 345 specifically referred to the UAPTF-- and the Memorandum sent y the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Kathleen Hicks— the average number of reports per week have probably increased significantly.
I hope that opportunely we'll know.
Milton W. Hourcade
UAPSG International Coordinator