The Pentagon on Sunday updated on the 4th object shot down on Sunday.
“The U.S. military shot down an unidentified object over Lake Huron Sunday, a congressional source briefed on the matter and two U.S. officials told NBC News — the fourth in less than two weeks to be downed over North American airspace.” NBC News reported.
“The officials all said there are no indications of any collateral damage and that the object went down in the lake and officials expect to recover it.” the outlet reported.
Four objects have been shot down over the last few days.
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Three of the objects were shot down over US airspace – the object shot down on Sunday over Lake Huron was shaped like an octagon and was at an altitude of 20,000 feet.
Pilots gave differing reports on what they experienced and observed, according to a report by CNN.
Some pilots said the object interfered with their sensors.
Other pilots said they observed no identifiable propulsion and couldn’t explain how the object was staying in the air.
General Glen VanHerck was asked whether the Pentagon ruled out aliens regarding the objects that have been shot down.
“I haven’t ruled out anything at this point. We continue to assess every threat,” VanHerck said during Sunday’s briefing.
General Glen VanHerck is asked whether the Pentagon has ruled out aliens regarding the objects that have been shot down:
“I haven’t ruled out anything at this point.” pic.twitter.com/E0DbFcitBG
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