The Pentagon has declassified three videos of UFOs


"Flying saucers" have been stirring the minds of ufologists and enthusiasts for decades. There is more than enough information on this subject in the vast network. But its reliability almost always remains unconfirmed. Dot in Internet quarrels suddenly decided to put the Department of Defense. The agency not only opened access to some "secret materials", but also confirmed authenticity of the published videos.

On the official website of the Pentagon were published previously classified records made by the U.S. Navy. One video was filmed in November 2004, and the other two in January 2015. The recorded aerial events are still described as "unidentified" to this day.

The U.S. Department of Defense encouraged the "unauthorized publication of the video in 2007 and 2017" to make this information public. After careful analysis, the Department determined that free access to the footage would not leak any technology and would not interfere with further investigations into unidentified aerial events. In addition, such a step would help clarify any guesses people might have about whether the footage being distributed was real and whether the footage contained "something else".

All three declassified videos and other related materials can be viewed and even downloaded for further investigation on the U.S. Department of Defense website.

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