I don’t know about you guys, but I am very excited about all of the recent UFO news. Ever since I was a kid, I loved the idea of Aliens and that we are not alone in the Universe. This wishful thinking seems to become more of a reality every day, and I love it. The most recent UFO claim comes from a photo taken by a Navy Pilot.

In a report conducted by Mystery Wire, they state that the debrief of the incident states that a military fighter pilot took the photo during a flight off the east coast of the United States.

Upon reviewing the photo myself, the image seems to have captured a strange triangular object seemingly floating in the air. When I picture these crafts in my head, I think of them as metallic and smooth, which, in my opinion, did not match the photo in question. The objects looks to have “spikes” coming off of it. For lack of a better description, it sort of looks like an upside-down Christmas tree.

Did The Government Have Anything To Say About The Photo?

Mystery Wire reached out to the Department of Defense for a comment on the photo. The DoD responded with the following.

“I have nothing for you on that. I am not going to comment on whether something was or was not in a classified intelligence report.

“In general, regarding UAPs, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of reports, observations or examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace, including those incursions initially designated as UAP.”

While the response for the DoD was not a yes, it also wasn’t a no. In the past, I feel like government agencies would write off stories such as these, but with disclosures not reaching the general public, a new feeling of truthfulness is in their responses.

I have hopes that we will soon have definitive answers on whether we are alone in the universe. In the meantime, we will keep our fingers crossed that the next article will have in the title, “complete disclosure.”

 

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