Pentagon declassified UFO video archive (3 videos)

Unidentified Flying Research Informationobjects conducted by the US military, periodically appeared on the pages of both authoritative and frankly "yellow" publications. The most reliable looked the information published by The New York Times exactly one year ago, which was based on the stories of five U.S. Navy pilots who personally observed UFOs during regular flights from summer 2014 to spring 2015 over the territory of the eastern coast of the United States. However, now the US military department itself has declassified archival documents with three video clips on which "unidentified flying objects" appear on the scene.

The videos are posted on the Pentagon website. However, these are not new files; Internet users could see these frames back in 2007 and 2017. Declassified videos are nothing new. However, the very fact that the U.S. Department of Defense recognizes personnel with UFOs and confirms their reliability indicates a serious approach by the military to the study of unexplained phenomena.

According to the Pentagon, declassified video framesThey do not contain any significant systems and contribute to the further study and analysis of the fact of unauthorized penetration of unidentified objects into the airspace controlled by the military.

Repeated, now official demonstration of personnel with UFOs does not allow to draw any new conclusions or explain the phenomenon itself. What or who specifically observed the pilots is unclear so far.

This is not the first time that US law enforcement agencies disclosesecrets about "flying saucers". So back in 2016, the CIA declassified numerous documents on UFO sightings in the sky around the world. It turned out that various departments of the United States for decades studied the problem of unidentified objects.

Already in 1947, the US Air Force studied over 12 thousandUFO references, and in 1952 the Project Blue Book project was launched, which did not lead to a concrete solution to the question of the reality of the existence of UFOs. Only 701 episodes remained unsolved, while in other cases either atmospheric phenomena, or planets, stars, or even reconnaissance vehicles were observed.

Source: abcnews