Pentagon Declassifies Three Leaked US Navy UFO Videos

Alexis Herman

On Monday April 27th, the Pentagon released three unclassified videos, to the public, showing “unidentified aerial phenomena” in an attempt to “clear up any misconceptions” regarding whether the videos are real. 

The USA Today reported that of the three videos, the first was leaked in 2007 and discovered by the U.S. Navy in 2009. It showed small flying objects.

According to Vice one of the videos focuses on a single UAP in the distance. It appears to rotate in place before zooming to the left of the frame. 

According to Daily Mail, The Department of Defense has authorized the release of these three unclassified Navy videos.

The Daily Mail said the statement released on Monday added that the videos were released after a “thorough review” which determined that the unclassified video “does not reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems, and does not impinge on any subsequent investigations of military air space incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena.”

The releases triggered renewed interest in what the U.S. military may have learned from the videos and whether they were proof of the existence of UFOs reported ABC News.