US Defense Section Confirms Leaked Video of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena is Authentic

US Department of Defense Confirms Leaked Video of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena is Authentic

(CNN)– The US Department of Defense has confirmed that several leaked photos and videos of “unidentified aerial phenomena” taken in 2019 are legitimate images of unexplained objects.

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Squad personnel took photos and videos of flashing triangular objects moving through clouds, Pentagon spokeswoman Sue Gough said in a statement to CNN. He also confirmed that Navy personnel took photographs of three other unidentified flying objects, one in the shape of a “sphere”, another in the shape of an “acorn” and another traumatized into a “metal airship”.

“As we have previously stated, the Defense Section does not publicly discuss details of reported incursion sightings or investigations of our training areas or designated unstable space in order to maintain operational security and to prevent the disclosure of information that could be useful to potential adversaries, including these incursions. , which were originally called UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena),” Gough said.

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He also said the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, formed in August to investigate UFO sightings observed by the military, “has added these incidents to its ongoing investigations.”

Photos and videos of the team were published by Mystery Wire and on the Extraordinary Beliefs website last week, but have been making the rounds since last year.

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There have been “a number of reports of unauthorized and/or unidentified aircraft entering various military-controlled fields and designated airspace in recent years,” the brigade said in 2019. last year, the Pentagon released three videos showing they show “unidentified aerial phenomena”, clips previously confirmed to be authentic by the US Squad.

US intelligence agencies were ordered to submit unclassified reports of unidentified aerial phenomena to Congress in June.

CNN’s Michael Conte contributed to this post.

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