A new office in the Pentagon will investigate sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) — but longtime UFO enthusiasts are skeptical.

According to NBC, putting the new “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” program in the purview of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence & Security has some UFOlogists upset, as they don’t exactly trust the military to reveal whatever truth is out there.

“This is a subject with a provable history of secrecy, and anything that lacks a new openness about the information is subject to more, possibly inappropriate control,” Ron James, a spokesperson for the nonprofit Mutual UFO Network, which investigates such sightings, told NBC News.

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UFO in the sky

A famous photograph taken by a government employee of an unidentified aerial phenomenon over the Holloman Air Development Center on Oct. 16, 1957. The object may have been secret U.S. technology. (Image credit: Bettmann/Getty Images)