Pentagon still hasn't recovered debris from three UFOs

Pentagon still hasn’t recovered debris from three UFOs shot down this weekend after Chinese spy balloon and still don’t know what they are, how they’re flying or whether they’re a threat to America

  • UFOs shot down in Alaska, Canada and Michigan but haven’t been recovered
  • Pentagon officials say they don’t know what they are of if they are ‘benign’ 
  • There are growing demands for answers from the White House  

The Pentagon is yet to recover debris from the three UFOs shot down this weekend over Alaska, Canada and Michigan and is yet to offer any kind of explanation as to what they are, how they were able to fly, or whether they pose a genuine threat to America.

Since Friday, US fighter jets have struck down three objects flying above Alaska, Canada and Michigan. 

On Monday morning, John Kirby, the communications coordinator of the National Security Council revealed the US is yet to recover the debris of the aircraft. 

‘The truth is that we haven’t been able to gain access to the objects that were shot down Friday, Saturday and yesterday because of the weather conditions. The third one was shot down yesterday over Lake Huron so it’s underwater. 

‘We’re going to do everything we can to recover them,’ he told MSNBC.

Kirby insisted the balloons could be ‘benign’ and tried to assure Americans: ‘There could be totally explainable reasons for why these objects are flying around all there.

‘There are corporate entities that operate these kind of things, we just don’t know as soon as we can get to the debris we’ll share what we can. It doesn’t have to be nefarious.’ 

John Kirby, the communications coordinator of the National Security Council revealed the US is yet to recover the debris of the aircraft

US military fighter jets were scrambled to shoot down an object yesterday over Lake Huron. It remains underwater today

His assurances fall on the deaf ears of growing number of Republicans and Americans demanding answers. 

Pentagon officials held a press conference on Sunday night in the middle of the Super Bowl, when the majority of the country was distracted, where they failed to answer many questions. 

General Glen VanHerck was specifically asked if it’s possible the objects are indicative of extraterrestrial life. 

‘I’ll let the intel community and the counterintelligence community figure that out. I haven’t ruled out anything.

‘At this point we continue to assess every threat or potential threat, unknown, that approaches North America with an attempt to identify it,’ he said. 

He said once the object that was shot down on Friday was found, the US would send crews out to recover it. 

‘We’re actively searching for that objects right now. I’ve got an Navy P-8, which is surveilling there and with helicopters as well. Once we locate that object, we’ll put an arctic security package in there and begin the analysis to recovery, but we don’t have it right now,’ he said. 

But by Monday morning, that recovery was yet to begin.

He added that it was the first time the US has had to shoot down any kind of aircraft in NORAD’s 65-year history.

‘I believe this is the first time within United States or America airspace that NORAD or United States Northern Command has taken kinetic action against an airborne object.’ 

Since February 4th, US jets have shot down four objects including the Chinese spy balloon. Unlike the balloon, there have been no images of the other three objects, which were flying at considerably lower altitudes, and which remain a mystery 

Among those demanding answers are Matt Rosendale and Jack Bergman who say Americans deserve better

Timeline of recent UFO sightings over US airspace

Wednesday, February 1: Chinese balloon is spotted above Montana (not a UFO as air force identified it as a balloon)

Saturday, February 4: Chinese balloon is shot down off the coast of South Carolina after having drifted across the country 

Thursday, February 9: First UFO is detected off coast of northern Alaska 

Friday, February 10: UFO is shot down over Deadhorse, Alaska 

Saturday, February 11: Second UFO is shot down over Mayo, Yukon, Canada.

FAA shuts down airspace over Montana citing another possible UFO, but NORAD claims it was a ‘radar anomaly’ 

Sunday, February 12: Third UFO is detected over the Great Lakes and shot down 

Curiosity – and concern – has been also been fueled by the descriptions of the objects from the pilots who shot them down.

Some of those pilots said the craft were somehow able to interfere with their radar sensors, a worrying detail that raised separate questions of whether the US will be able to continue to shoot down any others that may appear. 

They also reported to officials that they weren’t able to detect how the objects were able to stay in the air because there was no propulsion. 

ABC News also cites officials with knowledge who said the pilots described them as ‘cylindrical and silver-ish gray’.  

The three new objects were detected after NORAD adjusted the sensitivity of its radar system following the arrival of the spy balloon.

The sudden flurry of aircraft has sparked an onslaught of conspiracy theories. 

Sen. Marco Rubio last night sparked even more concern by tweeting that UFOs have been flying into American airspace for ‘years’. 

Chinese officials have also claimed the US has flown balloons over their airspace multiple times since the beginning of 2022. 

John Kirby, the communications coordinator of the National Security Council, insisted this morning that this was not the case. 

‘Absolutely not,’ he said. 

Montana Senator Matt Rosendale is among those demanding answers.

Also this morning, former Obama intelligence official Jeremy Bash said it was ordinary to ‘assume hostile intent’. 

‘Assume hostile intent and if you’re in doubt shoot it out of the sky,’ he told the Today show, adding we should know more from video obtained by the pilots and from ‘coming closer’ to the objects on the ground. 

This is the image of the 148th Fighter Wing F-16C that shot down the unidentified object over Lake Heron Sunday

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