Pentagon report acknowledges 143 UFO sightings that it can’t explain
U.S. military has no terrestrial explanation for the dozens of
unidentified flying objects that it’s documented in recent decades —
but that doesn’t mean the UFOs are proof
of alien visitors, according to a long-awaited intelligence
report provided to U.S. Congress on Friday.
unclassified, nine-page report acknowledges 144 encounters
the government calls Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) since 2004. It
only manages to explain one of those sightings as a deflated weather
balloon, and it does not provide any new videos or photos of the other
officials say that most of the sightings were likely physical objects
and not tricks of the light. They say none of those objects were secret
American projects, and they found no evidence that the UFOs might be
advanced hypersonic technology from Russia or China.