The defense engineer intervenes on unidentified aerial phenomena

NORTH PATTE, Neb. (Nebraska) – The United States has now shot down four unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) over the North American continent, but what are all these objects?

The first object was claimed by the Chinese government to be a civilian weather balloon, but this claim has been rejected by the US government as well as our own reports.

Three more objects have since been downed, with the first one downed on Friday in Alaska, followed by one downed on Saturday in Canada and another object downed in Lake Huron on Sunday.

We spoke to a defense engineer in St. Louis to understand what these UAPs really are and what purpose they might serve.

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