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It’s official – Pentagon confirms new “pyramid UFO” video is the real deal.

The video leaked a few months ago and showed a pyramid/triangular UFO/UAP through nightvision tech. This week, the Pentagon confirmed that the video is authentic video captured by the US Navy. https://youtu.be/WIxb_-ETAdY Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough said in a statement: "I can confirm that the referenced photos and videos were taken by Navy personnel." That's about all we got though. The Department of Defense will say nothing further about the video or what their investigation of these strange sightings has turned up. Gough continued: "As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace,

Pentagon admits running top-secret UFO investigation program since 2007 – and UAP evidence they uncovered is stunning

The time may be upon us – the long-awaited momentous day the US government admits the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life. This week, two major UFO-related announcements left us stunned and excited. On December 16, 2017, the New York Times revealed a previously unknown secret Pentagon study of UFOs that has been running under the radar since 2007. This was quickly followed by a stunning military video from the Pentagon documenting two American fighter-pilots tracking a UFO in American airspace over San Diego.  Many are calling the video the best UFO evidence to date. Pentagon reveals secret $22 million UFO program At a cost of $22 million/annual in black money, it was officially classified in the budget as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. But this wasn’t

Pentagon building saucer-shaped airships for cargo transport and reconnaissance missions

Large, disk-shaped UFO reports need to be carefully vetted now that we know the Pentagon is building airships shaped like the traditional flying saucer.  Developed by Aeroscraft, the 230-foot-long prototype airship called the Pelican is designed to lift up to 10 tons of cargo across long distances, using a fraction of the fuel needed by an airplane.  The project, run by the Pentagon's Rapid Reaction Technology Office, has been underway for a few years now.  The Pentagon claims the new airship will be used for cargo missions but envisions it as a “potential tool for surveillance and reconnaissance missions” too. The 36,000 lb. prototype is much smaller than the final airship which will exceed 450 feet in length (much larger than a football field) and use