Aliens Possibility Not Ruled by US Air Force; As It shoots Down Another Mysterious Flying Object

US military experts have not ruled out the possibility of entry of UFOs by aliens as fourth mysterious flying object flying over the country was shot down in a week. The US Air Force general overseeing North American airspace said on Sunday after a series of shoot-downs of unidentified objects that he would not rule out aliens or any other explanation yet.

When asked whether he had discarded possible links of mysterious flying objects shot down by the US Air Force with extraterrestrial entities, General Glen VanHerck said: “I’ll let the intel community and the counterintelligence community figure that out. I haven’t ruled out anything.”

VanHerck’s comments came during a Pentagon briefing on Sunday after a US F-16 fighter jet shot down an octagonal-shaped object over Lake Huron on the US-Canada border.

It was the third unidentified flying object to be knocked out of the sky by US warplanes since Friday.

“We’re calling them objects, not balloons, for a reason, said VanHerck, head of US North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Northern Command. The incidents come as the Pentagon has undertaken a new push in recent years to investigate military sightings of UFOs – rebranded in official government parlance as “unidentified aerial phenomena,” or UAPs.

But so far, the Pentagon has not found evidence to indicate Earthly visits from intelligent alien life, those officials have said.

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