A government-sponsored report does not shed much light on the mystery, nor does it find any evidence of a cosmic activity but does not deny it, according to two U.S. officials.
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The report also does not rule out the possibility that the flying objects seen by U.S. military aircraft are the most advanced aircraft built by other nations, officials said. Continuing to deepen the mystery, the report states that the material also does not appear to be evidence of U.S. secret technology. But that does not prove it at all.
One official said the report shows that videos do not appear to show any U.S. goods.
The disclosure of the untapped report, compiled by the national intelligence director and security secretary, is likely to arouse public interest in this unexplained aircraft. The report was released by Congress at the end of the month, but it was unclear whether it would be released to the public, a spokesman for the Office of the Director of Intelligence said.
The Department of Defense established the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force last August to investigate and "gain an understanding" of the "nature and origin" of unknown flying objects. Earlier this year, the Department of Defense unveiled three videos taken by Navy pilots - one from 2004 and two from 2015 - showing mysterious objects flying at high speeds in the sky.
"The airwaves seen in these videos always appear to be unknown," Pentagon officials said in a statement at the time.
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The three videos were leaked years ago, but Pentagon officials said they were interpreting the images "in order to dispel any misconceptions of the public as to whether the text was real or not."
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A separate video of the open Navy, taken in July 2019, showed an unknown object like a sphere flying over the water near San Diego. The photos, obtained by the filmmaker and shared with NBC News, appeared to show a mysterious object flying a few minutes before disappearing into the water.
In an interview with NBC News broadcast in February, former Navy pilot, Cmdr. Dave Fravor, described the 2004 meeting, called the incident "the strangest, and most obscure thing I've ever seen on a plane."
"As soon as we look down, we see white water, and we see this white Tic Tac," Fravor told NBC "The Overview." "It points north-south and goes just forward, backward, left, right," he said, adding that it was bouncing around "like a ping-pong ball."
Fravor said he approached the mysterious object to take a closer look, and it began to show his movements. When the pilot entered the five-kilometer stretch from the UFO, it suddenly disappeared, he said.