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Why the Government has Started Taking UFOs Seriously


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The U.S. military received hundreds of new reports of potential UFOs over the span of just over a year, according to an unclassified document released by the government last week.

The filing documents 366 total incidents in which unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) were observed between March 2021 and August 2022. More than half of those were categorized as “unremarkable” and attributed to objects like balloons, drones and “clutter.” But that left 171 that could not be readily explained, including some that appeared to demonstrate “unusual flight characteristics or performance capabilities.”

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