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The Pentagon has confirmed that images showing UFOs buzzing over US Navy warships in California were real and taken by Navy personnel, it has been reported.
Photos were said to have been leaked from an official investigation into unidentified flying objects which was readying evidence for Congress due in June.
According to Mystery Wire the images, obtained by filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, show UFOs above four US vessels off the Californian coast in 2019.
One image shows a pyramid-shaped object and others have been listed as ‘unknown.’
In a statement, a Pentagon spokesperson reportedly said: “I can confirm that the referenced photos and videos were taken by Navy personnel.
“The [Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force] has included these incidents in their ongoing examinations.”
Last month The Drive reported that US Navy warships had been swarmed by six aircraft described as ‘performing brazen manoeuvres’ over the warships near a sensitive military training range.
During the incident in July 2019 none of the warships were reportedly able to identify the drones and the incident has baffled witnesses.
Recently it was reported that The US has a stack of secret evidence showing UFOs doing things that have defied explanation.
These include breaking the sound barrier without creating a sonic boom, and carrying out manoeuvres which are impossible with human technology.
John Ratcliffe, who served as Director of National Intelligence under Donald Trump, made the claim ahead of the release of an ‘X Files’ report into ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’.
He claimed there were numerous sightings all over the world that military chiefs had been unable to explain.
Details of many of them are set to be released in a report by Pentagon bosses in June, he said.
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