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U.S. military intelligence officials acknowledge that UFOs exist

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(LR) US Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray and Deputy Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Moultrie


Two top US intelligence officials have admitted that the Daily Star has always been right … UFO are real.

U.S. military planes 11 have almost come with them, and special services are investigating 18 cases of objects that are unknown to man.

At the first official government hearing on the life of aliens in more than 50 years, experts warned that reports of mysterious ships were “frequent and ongoing.”

Navy chiefs were embarrassed by some of the meetings.

Some rush very fast, while others move against the wind without obvious power or a propeller, which excludes enemy ships from China or Russia.

(LR) US Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray and Deputy Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Moultrie

Scott Bray, deputy director of naval intelligence, said they had “flight characteristics we didn’t expect.”

He added: “We do not know of any adversary who can move without noticeable means of movement. There are events to which we have no explanation. “

He warned that the invasion of unknown aircraft “poses a threat” and is “of great concern.” Between 2004 and 2021, 144 cases were filed in the United States.

Scott Bray, deputy director of naval intelligence, said their
Scott Bray, deputy director of naval intelligence, said they had “flight characteristics that were not what we expected” (photo)

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Military officials have reported 400 incidents, some of which have been going on for decades.

The meeting of the historical committee signals a serious shift in US policy, as it “removes the stigma” of UFO reports.

Ronald Moultrie, a senior Pentagon intelligence official, said at the hearing: “Our goal is not to hide something, but to understand what might be there.”

Chairman Andre Carson said: “They are real, they need to be investigated, and any threats they pose are mitigated.”

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