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Pentagon says this newly-leaked UFO footage is actually legit

Pentagon says this newly-leaked UFO footage is actually legit

Hey, remember when we wrote about the UFO video confirmed to be real in 2020? Well, it turns out that there’s more for us this year: The Pentagon has just confirmed the legitimacy of yet another newly-leaked UFO footage.

Published in extraterrestrial news sources Mystery Wire and Extraordinary Beliefs earlier this month, the blurry green footage in question features a blinking triangular object zipping through the sky. According to Pentagon spokesperson Sue Gough, who spoke with Futurism, it was filmed by US Navy personnel back in 2019. She also confirmed to CNN the legitimacy of photos that were leaked alongside it, which showed UFOs shaped like a sphere and an acorn, and something that looks like a “metallic blimp.”

“As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, the Department of Defense does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace, including those incursions initially designated as UAP [unidentified aerial phenomena],” she told Futurism.

Back in June, the US Navy announced an official UFO task force called the  Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. Gough also mentioned that they are conducting “ongoing examinations” on this newly-leaked footage, along with a couple more mysteries that their military force spotted.

The US isn’t the only one that has potential ETs roaming their skies. In Scout 37, we interviewed UFO expert Dr. Jaime Licauco about aliens hovering around the Philippines—and yes, there’s a lot of them, apparently.

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Screenshot from “Extraordinary Beliefs” video


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