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Pentagon Confirms Leaked Images, Video Of Unidentified Flying Objects

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Pentagon officers have confirmed that leaked photographs and video of  “unidentified aerial phenomena” had been actual, captured in 2019 by a Navy pilot.

The id of the triangle- or pyramid-shaped aerial objects stays a thriller. The Protection Division isn’t sharing what it is aware of.

The photographs and movies had been first printed by the Thriller Wire and Extraordinary Beliefs web sites. The objects had been photographed zipping over the USS Russell off San Diego in July 2019, in response to investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell.

Images of three unidentified flying objects reportedly taken in March that 12 months — one spherical, one other “acorn” formed, and one described as a “metallic blimp” — had been additionally taken by Navy personnel, Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough informed CNN.

Thriller Wire’s George Knapp reported that these objects had been photographed off Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia by an F-18 weapons methods officer seated behind the pilot, who used his iPhone.

Gough provided no particulars on both of the sightings.

“To preserve operations safety and to keep away from disclosing info that could be helpful to potential adversaries, the Division of Protection doesn’t focus on publicly the main points of both the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our coaching ranges or designated airspace — together with these incursions initially designated as UAP,” Gough informed CNN, utilizing the abbreviation for Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.

A brand new Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Process Pressure, created final August to analyze such sightings by the navy, has “included these incidents of their ongoing examinations,” Gough stated.

When questioned by reporters final week, Chief of Naval Operations Michael Gilday couldn’t clarify the objects.



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