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Pentagon releases three’UFO’ movies lawfully. Here is why

The Pentagon has introduced three declassified videos, formerly published by a private firm, that reveal US navy pilots discovering exactly what seem to be unidentified flying objects (UFOs).

The US Department of Defense (DOD) stated that it has resisted the launch of three movies, one shot in November 2004 along with another two at January 2015, “that was circulating in the public domain following unauthorized releases in 2007 and 2017”.

“DOD is releasing the movies to clear up any misconceptions from the general public about whether the footage that’s been circulating was real, or whether there is more to the movies. The aerial phenomena found from the movies stay characterized as”unidentified,” an announcement on its website stated.

“Following an exhaustive review, the department has determined the lawful release of those unclassified videos doesn’t disclose any sensitive capacities or programs and doesn’t impinge on some subsequent investigations of army space incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena,” the announcement said.

The 3 movies, whose veracity was supported from the Pentagon in 2019, reveal what the pilots watched through training flights in 2004–if they struck an item 40 ft long hovering about 50 feet over the water and in 2015.

A couple of the movies, printed by the New York Times in 2017, reveal fast-moving oblong objects hurrying throughout the skies along with a pilot, at 1 movie yelling, “Look at the thing, dude. It is rotating!”

To The Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences, according to former Blink-182 artist Tom DeLonge, states it analyzes info about unidentified aerial phenomena.

The Pentagon has analyzed records of aerial adventures with unidentified items before included in a classified program that has been launched in the behest of former Senator Harry Reid of Nevada. The program has been shuttered in 2012.

The U.S. should have a serious, scientific look at any possible national security implications. The American men and women deserve to get educated,” Reid tweeted.