US Intelligence Coordinator for Airspace Affairs Surprises With UFO in Official Agency Seal
Washington (USA) As part of the office of the director of the 18 US secret services, the “National Intelligence Manager for Aviation” (NIM-A) in the “National Aviation Intelligence Integration Office” (NAI2O) coordinates those intelligence matters affecting airspace. Now this authority has published the new seal of the NIM-A – and this shows something amazing: In addition to traditional jet aircraft, a spy combat drone and a triangular hyperjet, the emblem also clearly shows a UFO in the form of a classic “flying saucer”.
The agency has phased out the use of the new “UFO logo” in stages, but has now completely reversed it. The agency told Freedom of Information activist John Greenewald Jr. of TheBlackVault.com, “NIM Aviation erroneously posted an unofficial and incorrect logo”, without further detailing the process.
The fact that the logo was exchanged and used on the entire NIM-A website, but different source images were used, makes this explanation seem rather improbable. The fact is: The new UFO logo can no longer be found on the NIM-A website.
There are two slightly different versions of the logo on the new NIM-A website. You can find the final artwork of the seal HERE.
However, the choice of symbolism is likely to relate to current political developments and the renewed interest in unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and phenomena in the air (unidentified aerial phenomena), which not least led to the official publication of several UFO videos filmed by US pilots, the unveiling a once-secret UFO Investigation Unit (AATIP), the establishment of its own UFO Investigation Groups, Bureaux and Agency (UAPTF, AOIMSG, AARO), as well as the submission of a first UFO report by the US Secret Service and a part public and part secret UFO hearing before the US Congress.
Currently, the position of the NIM-A is held by U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Daniel L. Simpson. In fact, the National Intelligence Manager for Aviation (NIM-A) is named in the U.S. intelligence community’s UFO report released on June 25, 2021, alongside the then-active Unidentified aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) and the Chief’s Office of the US secret services (Office of the Director of the National Intelligence, ODNI) as one of the main authors – is therefore very familiar with the questions surrounding the UFO/UAP investigations of the US Department of Defense and its data and materials.
The public part of this report is also linked in the website’s resource list. Apart from the new logo, this link will remain the only other reference on the website to the UFO/UAP topic for the time being.