The Department of Defense has officially released the three videos of unidentified flying objects which have captivated the UFO research community and generated considerable media attention for the last two years.
A question long-pondered by UFO enthusiasts regarding whistleblower Edward Snowden has finally been answered as he says that there were no signs of alien secrets in the government files he was able to access.
The United States Navy has confirmed that the much-discussed trio of UFO videos that appeared online at the end of 2017 and in early 2018 are genuine and that the footage shows what they consider to be "unidentified aerial phenomena."
An audacious online plan to storm Area 51 in search of aliens has become such a viral sensation that the United States Air Force has issued a stern warning to any individuals hoping to take part in the siege.
On the heels of the news that the United States Navy plans to draft new guidelines for pilots to report UFOs, a spokesman for the service says that it is unlikely that any of the information will wind up in the hands of the public.