However, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) refused to make the footage public, citing its secret nature and the lack of declassification deadlines.
Filming of “high-rise objects and their capture exists,” a spokesman for the Ministry of Defense (MoD) said.
However, the images of flying objects “remain classified, and I have not received any information about the possible timing of the reclassification,” – explained the representative of the Ministry of Defense.
Three UFOs were intercepted and destroyed by F-16 and F-22 fighter jets using sidewinder missiles over Alaska, Lake Huron in Michigan and Canada’s Yukon Territory amid concerns they pose a threat to civil aviation or national security.
General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said one missile fired by an American fighter jet missed a UFO over Lake Huron and that missile fell “harmlessly” into the lake.
The second missile from the F-16 fighter shot down a flying object.
The origin and nature of the objects remain unknown, although some sources suggest they may have been harmless balloons launched by hobbyists or explorers.
American and Canadian officials conducted searches for the wreckage of flying objects, but these expeditions were eventually canceled due to complications such as winter weather and wilderness, raising the prospect that the UFOs would never be found and identified.
The Pentagon’s refusal to share UFO footage contrasts with its quick release of photos and videos of other aerial incidents around the same time, with an alleged Chinese spy balloon shot down near South Carolina plane colliding with an American drone over the Black Sea.
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