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Report Reveals Pentagon Captured 2016 Photo Of Strange Metallic Orb Flying Over Iraq

    An image that was collected by a U.S. spy plane reportedly reveals a metallic orb UFO that flew over the country of Iraq in 2016. Ladies and gentlemen, there is something strange going on in the world today as the government is finally starting to acknowledge the existence of these unidentified flying objects, things that pretty much everyone already knew were real. What they are, well, that’s definitely up for some serious debate.

    However, you have to wonder about the timing of these revelations. Is this nothing more than an attempt to distract people from what’s really going on around us? Or is everything else around us meant to sort of pad and distract us from seeing this level of disclosure on UFOs? Crazy stuff no matter which way you cut the cheese.

    According to Newsmax:

    According to the U.S. version of The Sun publication, the spy-plane photo was featured in a classified video briefing shown to American government agencies. It potentially marks the first time an Unidentified Flying Object has been filmed in an active conflict zone.

    The Sun first learned of the image through Jeremy Corbell and George Knapp, two UFO investigators who have since posted the somewhat-grainy photo on their “Weaponized” podcast page. The unusual image was reportedly collected in April 2016, and has since been designated as an Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena — the term most commonly used by U.S. government officials, when discussing UFOs.

    The image footage on the classified video briefing runs roughly four seconds and shows the UAP “moving with purpose” in a lateral direction, from south to north, according to The Sun. From Corbell’s perspective, the image represents an “entirely different scenario” to previous sightings of UFOs or UAPs by U.S. Navy fighter pilots.

    “For the first time, we are releasing a military filmed image of a UAP over an active conflict zone,” Corbell, stated while going on to add the UAP poses “significant risk to our servicemen and women, and this case highlights this — and is unfortunately not unique.”

    “Origin, capability, operator and intent has not been determined in relation to this intelligently controlled UFO over Mosul, Iraq. At a minimum, UAP pose a fundamental intelligence and combat identification problem that must be addressed,” Corbell said.

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    “No matter where UFOs are from — it is now openly admitted by our Department of Defense that they are appearing with an increased frequency worldwide,” Corbell proclaimed.

    So what do you guys think this thing is?