The Pentagon has released declassified UFO videos and reported sightings
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For decades, aliens have been shrouded in secrecy and conspiracy theories.
However, the Pentagon is set to do away with the men in black and has released formally classified images and videos of UFOs.
While it might be bad news for Will Smith, the release is part of a ‘one-stop shop’ website launched by the US government on the unexplained phenomenon. Get your tin foil hats at the ready and take a look below.
Working alongside the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), the site will provide information about unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs) or UFOs to us civilians.
It’s unclear just how many clips have been released, but an official statement by the US Dept of Defence says that the new website will also include declassified reports and transcripts.
If that wasn't enough, the website has tools for users including a resource to track aircraft, balloons and satellites.
The Pentagon also plans to release a report function as well – which would allow the public to upload their own footage for review.
Sadly though, alien enthusiasts won’t be getting every record though as the self-titled ‘one-stop shop’ for UAPs will only have videos and images that have been ‘cleared for public release’.
The update comes amid increased interest in aliens, after David Charles Grusch’s bombshell congress appearance.
Appearing under oath, the former intelligence officer made some staggering claims about the US Government and aliens.
He told Congress that the government had been ‘operating with secrecy above congressional oversight with regard to UAPs'.
The former US Air Force personnel then alleged the US had an ‘intact craft’ of ‘non-human origin’ that they had been keeping secret from the public.
He even said that they possessed a ‘small white’ UFO but added that he couldn’t discuss some things in a ‘public setting’.
Though you may question what he says, Grusch was a member of the UAP task force from 2019 to 2021, so he would have been able to see quite a bit of confidential information.
He’s not the only one, with a Tennessee congressman also claiming he saw footage of UFOs which convinced him that aliens could 'turn us into a charcoal briquette'.
Despite this, there’s been no confirmation by scientists about the exisistance of little green men – so you might want put away your tin foil hat for now.
However, their testimonies and the new website will certainly encourage those who want to believe.