(ORDO NEWS) — A series of recently released images and videos of unidentified flying objects captured by the US Navy are now confirmed by the Pentagon as genuine.
While many in society commonly refer to such mysterious UFO sightings, the more modern term used in defense circles is “unidentified aerial phenomena” (UAP), and the intelligence community takes them very seriously.
While UFOs are a stigmatized topic associated with conspiracy theories and intertwined with pop culture, the fact remains that unmanned aerial vehicles, sometimes also called anomalous aerial vehicles (AAV), are nonetheless quite real, presenting documented sightings of phenomena that neither the military nor scientific observers can identify.
Recent images from director Jeremy Corbell and reporter George Knapp include footage of a mysterious pyramid-shaped ship flying across the sky, as well as images of three other strange objects.
While no one knows for sure what these mysterious visions really are, the Pentagon has at least confirmed that the images are genuine: authentic photographs and drone footage from the US Navy.
“I can confirm that the photos and videos mentioned were taken by members of the Navy,” Pentagon spokeswoman Susan Gough said in a statement circulated to multiple media outlets.
“The UAPTF [Unidentified Aircraft Task Force] has included these incidents in its ongoing research.”
The US Navy photographed and filmed “pyramid” shaped UFOs and “spherical” advanced transmedium vehicles; here is that footage.
— Jeremy Corbell (@JeremyCorbell) April 8, 2021
Video footage of the incident clearly shows a triangular-shaped object allegedly hovering about 210 meters above the ship, and the description of this episode mentions three allegedly unidentified vehicles swarming over the ship.
While there are still many questions about these strange unidentified phenomena, the recently leaked information provides more evidence that the Department of Defense is still investigating and treating UFOs as a serious topic.
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