The involvement of the US military in the appearance of UFOs

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Edition Forbes exposed the nature of unidentified flying objects. According to him, what observers take for UFOs is a two- and three-dimensional image that can be created by an American military laser. This device, which is at the disposal of the US Navy, is needed in order to “deceive” the sensors of homing missiles.

In its material, the publication referred to the corresponding patent. The magazine indicates that the laser device is placed in the rear of military aircraft and creates an image at some distance from the aircraft.

After the publication of this material, the publication Popular Mechanics tried to understand the topic. Its authors believe that only part of the cases when UFOs were seen by the laser can be explained.

The authors of Forbes call it strange that the Pentagon recently published footage with a UFO, which may well be the result of an American secret weapon. The Popular Mechanics called this explanation unlikely, even assuming that such laser devices have the military of other countries.

Journalists note that some unidentified objects were spotted by the radars of the Super Hornet fighter, the E-2C Hawkeye carrier-based aircraft and the Princeton aircraft carrier. If we were talking about the image created by the laser, the radars would not have detected it. In addition, pilots who claim to have encountered UFOs claim to have seen physical objects, not a “ghostly image”.

Some objects were observed at an altitude of 80 thousand feet (more than 24 kilometers). Even the high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft Lockheed U-2 does not fly so high.

A few weeks ago, the Pentagon officially released videos of the US Navy , which depicts airborne phenomena described by the authorities as “unidentified.” Footage was shot by crews of American combat aircraft in 2004 and 2015.

Earlier on May 15, the U.S. War Department released new data on meetings of pilots with UFOs.


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