Pentagon Officially Releases Footage Of UFOs Taken By US Navy

Yep, they're legit.
by Mylene Mendoza   |  Apr 28, 2020
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In case you've been wondering, it now seems that the previously leaked videos of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) are legit as can be. In a press release dated April 27, 2020, the United States Department of Defense, also referred to by the public as the Pentagon, officially classified the "aerial phenomena" in three leaked videos shot by the U.S. Navy as "unidentified." 

In the videos, an oblong-shaped entity was filmed by a U.S. Navy aircraft dashing above water at high speed. While the three videos--one of which was taken in November 2004 while the other two in November 2015--have only been authorized for release by the Pentagon recently, they have been leaked in 2007 and 2017 and consequently sparked plenty of speculation about UFOs.  

The Pentagon has now officially released the said footage to "clear up any misconceptions by the public" about their authenticity. In 2017, the Pentagon also confirmed the existence of a $22 million-funded program which looks into reports of UFOs. According to a report by the New York Times, the program began in 2007 as part of the Defense Intelligence Agency and was only funded and operational until 2012.

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Check out the footage in this video by QuickTake by Bloomberg:

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