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VIDEO: Pentagon Releases ‘DEVESTATING’ Footage of UFO’s Over Military Conflicts

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For years now, the US government has been adjusting their attitude as it pertains to UFO disclosure, allowing ordinary Americans extraordinary access to some incredible evidence.

The standard bearer of the movement was the release of several pieces of footage that depicted US fighter jets tracking and filming an unidentified flying object over the Pacific Ocean, in the general vicinity of one of our warships.

But, as though that incident weren’t enough to have us looking skyward in fear, the Pentagon is now releasing another unbelievable bit of UFO evidence, and it has some experts growing worried about the military implications.

The Pentagon released a video of a UFO flying over an active conflict zone in the Middle East in 2022, and its mere existence creates “the probability of unintended crossfire,” according to an expert.

The short clip of a metallic-looking orb flying at a fast pace was shown during Wednesday’s hearing before the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities.

The object was first seen moving from the top right of the screen to the bottom left. It temporarily disappears out of view and then briefly reappears.

“This is essentially all the data we have of this event,” said Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO). “It’s going to be virtually impossible to fully identify that just based off that video.”

The video can be seen below.

One UFO expert believes that the video present some “devastating” possibilities.

The 2022 Middle East orb is considered an “unresolved case,” Kirkpatrick told lawmakers, and the footage reminded Jeremy Corbell of the “Mosul Orb,” a similar-looking metallic orb recorded by a U.S. spy plane flying over Mosul, Iraq, in 2016.

Corbell, an investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker who was the only civilian named during Congress’ historic UAP hearing in May 2022, shared an image of the 2016 “Mosul Orb” with Fox News Digital during an interview in February.

The issue of UAPs — Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena, which is the government-created word for UFO — in an active conflict zone creates potential problems because combatants don’t know whose assets they are, Corbell said.

It “evokes an additional level of concern due to the probability of unintended crossfire,” Corbell told Fox News Digital after watching Wednesday’s hearing. “The potential for misidentification could be devastating and should be a call to action for the safety of our service members.”

UFO sightings near areas of conflict and military hardware aren’t uncommon, with some US service members relaying odd tales of lights in the sky that appears capable of de-arming our nuclear arsenal.

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