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US Navy’s secret UFO movies would ‘hurt nationwide safety’ if launched



The U.S. Navy holds unseen movies of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) — or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), because the Division of Protection (DOD) prefers to name them — however won’t launch the footage publicly as a result of it might “hurt nationwide safety,” a Navy spokesperson wrote Wednesday (Sept. 7).

The admission got here in response to a Freedom of Data Act (FOIA) request filed by the federal government transparency website The Black Vault, which has beforehand shared hundreds of pages of UFO-related paperwork acquired by way of FOIA requests to the CIA and different authorities companies. The Black Vault filed the FOIA request to the U.S. Navy in April 2020 — simply at some point after the Navy declassified three now-infamous movies shot by Navy pilots displaying high-tech plane transferring in seemingly unimaginable methods. The Black Vault requested that the Navy now flip over any and all different movies associated to UAP.

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