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If “Pentagon Confirms UFOs” Was on Your 2020 ‘Bingo’ Card, Today’s Your Lucky Day

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The three unclassified movies include what the Pentagon is asking “unidentified aerial phenomena.” Which, like, OK Pentagon, however let’s simply be actual for a sec: They’re UFOs. (Enjoyable reality: Do you know that Edward J. Ruppelt — the person who first popularized the time period “UFO” — advised the phrase be pronounced “yoo-fo”? It’s true!)

Curiously sufficient, this isn’t the primary time these movies — which have been taken by Navy pilots — have been made accessible to the general public. They have been first printed by the New York Occasions in 2017. In 2019, the Pentagon confirmed the veracity of the footage, primarily saying that the flying objects, which have been detected in restricted army coaching airspace in 2004 and 2015, weren’t imagined to be there and weren’t recognized as any recognized kind of plane. 

The “unidentified aerial phenomena” seem to maneuver at hypersonic speeds, flying 1000’s of toes above the Earth. They don’t have any discernible wings, engines, or different indicators of propulsion. Within the video from November of 2004, we see a 40-foot-long object hovering about 50 toes above the water. The opposite two movies are from January of 2015 and present the “unidentified aerial phenomena” shifting extremely shortly, one racing above water and the opposite rotating in mid-air.

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