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Categorized UFO movies would ‘hurt nationwide safety’ if launched, Navy says

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The U.S. Navy holds unseen movies of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) — or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), because the Division of Protection (DOD) prefers to name them — however won’t launch the footage publicly as a result of it will “hurt nationwide safety,” a Navy spokesperson wrote (opens in new tab) Wednesday (Sept. 7).

The admission got here in response to a Freedom of Info Act (FOIA) request filed by the federal government transparency web site The Black Vault, which has beforehand shared 1000’s of pages of UFO-related paperwork (opens in new tab) obtained through FOIA requests to the CIA and different authorities businesses. The Black Vault filed the FOIA request to the U.S. Navy in April 2020 — simply someday after the Navy declassified three now-infamous movies (opens in new tab) shot by Navy pilots exhibiting high-tech plane shifting in seemingly inconceivable methods. The Black Vault requested that the Navy now flip over any and all different movies associated to UAP.

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