After the formal publication of the Pentagon video of UFO, which in the past has faced the American pilots, the Ministry of defense of Japan puzzled by the development of a Protocol for responding to such incidents. As he said himself the defense Minister Taro Kono, he personally does not believe in UFOs. But, as a military man, would like to have a clear plan of action in case the meeting with them will happen.

The current Protocol assumes that scrambled to intercept invading the country’s airspace, the fighter is bound to make a few warning shots to force the ship to change course and land. But the military has grounded doubts that this will work in the case of UFOs.

As reported by the Japan Times, a source in the country’s air force, now operates instructed to immediately stop all exercises and missions in the area of UFO detection. Interceptors must observe the object from a safe distance, trying to determine whether it is UAVs or ship with people on Board. Further decisions remain the control Center of air defense.

The Japanese military would like to know if their American counterparts new protocols for dealing with UFO sightings and experiences, but the Pentagon refused to cooperate. So while on both sides of the Pacific are the old-fashioned way – that is the situation, about the same as the pilots in the published video.
Source — The Japan Times