The truth is out there: The Pentagon creates a website with declassified UFO videos

Thanks to the new website of the Pentagon’s UFO department, users will no longer have to carefully dig through the archives of New York Times leaks to view all declassified military videos of what the government now calls “unidentified aerial phenomena” instead of UFOs. 

UFO. Illustration: Unsplash

This week, the US Department of Defense announced the launch of a special Internet resource for the investigation of anomalies – AARO (All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office). It contains not only all eight declassified UFO videos by the Pentagon but also provides officials and the military with the opportunity to report their own observations of strange objects in the sky.

This website will provide information, including photos and videos, on resolved UAP cases as they are declassified and approved for public release,” the Defense Ministry said in a press release.

At the moment, there is very little published information. In one particularly disturbing video, taken by a Navy pilot in 2021 and declassified in 2022, a strange spherical object flies past the camera at a speed that seems impossible. At the same time, the description on the AARO website only states that it “demonstrates the typical speed at which military aircraft can approach an unknown object.”

There is no evidence that there are aliens to the UFO. Photo: Unsplash

The AARO website not only functions as a center for information and video materials, but can also become a convenient place for government officials to provide their own observations to the Pentagon. This will probably simplify the reporting process for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), since previously this process required official documentation at different levels in the command system and was quite complex.

“UFOs are still being observed by various eyewitnesses. We still don’t know what these unidentified aerial phenomena are. Our Government has no idea of the scale of the problem. This is because pilots, both commercial and military, when faced with UFOs, most of these cases are not reported,” writes former Navy pilot and Congressional UFO informant Ryan Graves in Newsweek magazine.

If you’re hoping to see evidence of the existence of aliens on a military website, you’re out of luck. But nevertheless, the Pentagon promises to soon release more evidence of surveillance of the unexplained on the newly created site. And it’s really intriguing.

Earlier we talked about unrevealed materials about UFOs.

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