US Authorities Says New Report Finds No Proof UFOs Seen by Navy Personnel Are Alien Spacecraft

For the past two decades, U.S. service members have reported seeing what are commonly referred to as UFOs – unidentified objects in flight – but a new report from the federal government will say there is no evidence that they are alien spacecraft acts.

The New York Times reported Thursday night that the U.S. government will release its findings on or about June 25th after investigating 120 reports of UFOs seen by Navy pilots over the course of 20 years.

And while the government says it hasn’t found any evidence that the objects are alien spaceships, it completely admits that it has no idea what the UFOs are.

“The report finds that the vast majority of the more than 120 incidents,” reveals The Times, “did not originate from an American military or any other advanced technology used by the US government, officials said. That determination seems to rule out the possibility that Navy pilots who claimed to have seen inexplicable aircraft came across programs the government wanted to keep secret.

The Times adds that “this is pretty much the only conclusive finding in the classified intelligence report, officials said.”

The government report “will present few other firm conclusions. Senior officials briefed on intelligence admitted that the ambiguity of the results meant that the government could not conclusively rule out theories that the phenomenon observed by military pilots might be extraterrestrial spacecraft ”.

What could explain at least some of the reports on UFOs?

Experimental technology, possibly hypersonic technology, from US rivals like Russia or China, the report says.

The Times does not say what the government would consider evidence of an alien spacecraft sighting – what it specifically considers evidence.

Last week, NBC News aired this report on “Today”:

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