Tic Tac NO! - UFO Files Released, Don't Include All Navy Pilot Sightings

Every news outlet from CNN to Coast to Coast AM has been reporting on a recent release of UFO files. But it's an automotive news blog, the Drive, that kicked off all the dramatic headlines!

Through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request to the Navy Safety Center, the Drive was able to track down eight different UFO reports documenting highly-credible sightings of unknown objects, from a small silver object “the size of a suitcase" to a group of "hovering, drifting drones" tracked on radar:

UFO incident report
Flight Incident Report thedrive.com: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/33371/here-are-the-detailed-ufo-incident-reports-from-navy-pilots-flying-off-the-east-coast

Many of the reports included possible explanations, like drones or foreign craft. Aliens were not the go to.

But these are hardly all the UFO reports out there, so what can we make of them? They are marked "unclassified, for office use only," so we can't expect that the reports will contain mentions of gray aliens, or at least not credible ones. That kind of report would likely be classified.

Consider this... of the eight UFO reports released, none detailed or alluded to the "Tic Tac," "Gimbal," or "Go Fast" UFO encounters, which have been the center of attention in recent years. If you need a refresher, here's a video of the "Tic Tac" UFO:

So, one has to wonder... is the Navy Safety Center the best place to look for the "best" UFO files? Or should an FOIA request be filed through some other department? Let me know if you have suggestions for how we can learn more about the "Tic Tac" and other equally-exotic sightings...

If you were to put together an FOIA request, what would you want to know? What department would you ask for this information?