The Pentagon Admits The Military Has Reported 400 UFO Sightings And 11 Close Encounters Since 2004

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It’s a big week for UFO (or UAP) enthusiasts…

Yesterday, Congress held the first official hearing on UFO’s since the end of the infamous Air Force program “Project Blue Book” in 1969 and while some may be disappointed in the lack of bombshell revelations, there was one piece of news that got me pretty fired up…

According to MSN, the Pentagon confirmed the new number of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP’s) reported by the military since 2004 is over 400, almost 3 times as many since last year’s report which identified 144, as well as said there have been 11 near misses with unidentified phenomena jamming signals or coming in close physical proximity to a US Military craft.

Scott Bray, the deputy director of Naval Intelligence went so far as to say:

“Reports of sightings are frequent and continuous.”

The craziest part it, these aren’t just some schmucks saying they saw something in the sky. These are officially reported sightings from fighter pilots, flight crews, air traffic controllers, people trusted to be on point the entirety of their career, but especially while flying billon dollar crafts, which is when most of these sightings occurred.

Two videos we’re shown during the hearing, one shot from a US Navy Warship and another from a Fighter Jet. The 2021 video from the Fighter Jet is below.

When asked what the object seen was, Bray responded:

“I do not have an explanation for what this specific object is”

Listen, I’m not the biggest believer out there, but I’m no doubter either… now that congress seems to be moving closer to getting the truth out there, I’m all in.

Let’s just hope they’re friendly…

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