New UFO Sightings Declassified by US Government: A Growing Body of Evidence for Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

According to a recent article from Smithsonian Magazine, more than 350 new UFO sightings have been added to the records of the U.S. government. These sightings, which occurred between the years 2007 and 2017, were recently declassified by the U.S. Navy and are now available to the public through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

The article notes that these new sightings bring the total number of declassified UFO sightings in the U.S. government’s records to more than 700. These sightings were reported by military personnel, pilots, and other credible witnesses, and many of them remain unexplained to this day.

One of the most intriguing aspects of these new UFO sightings is that many of them were reported by Navy pilots. In fact, the article notes that the Navy has recently taken steps to establish formal guidelines for reporting UFOs, in part because of the large number of sightings that have been reported by Navy pilots in recent years.

The article also notes that while many of the sightings remain unexplained, some have been attributed to known aircraft or other natural phenomena. However, a significant number of the sightings remain unexplained and have been classified as “unidentified.”

The U.S. government’s interest in UFOs is not new, and in recent years there has been a renewed focus on the study of UFOs and their potential implications for national security. For example, in 2017, the U.S. Navy established a task force to investigate UFOs, and in 2020, the U.S. Navy has released a new reporting guidance for pilots, which encourages them to report any unusual aerial activity they encounter while flying.

This development is interesting because it shows that even though the U.S Government has declassified these records, they have not provided any explanations for these sightings, leaving room for speculations and theories. It highlights the importance of continued research and investigation into the subject of UFOs and the potential implications for national security and defense.

Overall, the recent declassification of these new UFO sightings adds to the growing body of evidence that suggests that we may not be alone in the universe, and that the topic of UFOs is one that deserves serious attention and study.

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