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THE US Ministry of Defense published an incomplete UFO report in June 2021. Questions remain about the mysterious report and what details weren’t revealed.
The report should have clarified the question of the existence of extraterrestrial UFOs.
The nine-page document was less than satisfactory for many people as it listed phenomena that were already widely known.
However, the document was apparently a shortened version of the report meant for public publication. There was allegedly a secret briefing between Congress members to remove information from public record.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is on freedom of information to get public access to documents from state authorities.
The website The Black Vault used this law to publish documents on supposed UFO sightings, publishing an unabridged version of the report on March 23, 2022. Yet, some parts of the report have been blacked out.
The military doesn’t speak on unidentified flying objects (UFO) in the report, but unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) are mentioned. The original published report had nine pages, focusing on sighings from 2004 to 2021.
The agency also looked at natural explanations for the phenomena instead of extraterrestrial origin.
Some sightings were either birds, balloons or plastic bags, according to the report. Ice crystal, moisture and other natural atmospheric phenomena were also concluded.
The possibility of unknown foreign technologies was also counted towards some UAP sightings.
Dangerous abnormalities were initially ruled out but it was noted in the public report that more time was needed for an accurate analysis to track sightings.
However, the Black Vault received a 17-page report but some pages were completely blacked out. In these passages are charts and images from the Department of Defense. These sections were completely absent from the initial public report.
The newly released report also shows that the FBI investigated and is still investigating the causes of the phenomena.
The discovery of the unabridged report may open the possibility of an unedited version in the future
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