Were Those Flying Objects Shot Down At Alaska, Yukon, & Lake Huron Of Aliens or Spies?
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A fortnight ago the world barely knew anything about high altitude spy balloons, in the video published on Feb 13, 2023, by Channel 4 News, as “US on high alert after military shoots down another UFO“, below:
An unidentified object was shot down 10 miles off the frozen coast of Alaska on Friday afternoon, US officials announced, but details about the object are scarce, in the video published on Feb 12, 2023, by CNN, as “Hear what pilots said about mysterious object shot down near Alaska“, below:
High-Altitude Object Shot Down off the coast of Alaska, with these features:
- flying at 40,000 feet, posed threat to civilian flight
- U.S. official: did not appear to have surveillance equipment
- about the size of a small car
- unmanned, did not appear to be self-maneuvering
- shot down by F-22 fighter jet over frozen water off Alaska
2023 Alaska High-Altitude Object: On February 10, 2023, the United States Air Force shot down a high-altitude object that had entered U.S. airspace over Alaska a day before. The object was shot down onto the Beaufort Sea. The Department of Defense said it was the size of a small car and flying northeast at approximately 40,000 feet (12,000 m), posing a risk to civilian flight. On February 11, another high-altitude object was shot down in the Yukon Territory, by a U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor.
2023 Yukon High-Altitude Object: On 11 February 2023, NORAD, at the direction of the Canadian Minister of National Defence and Chief of the Defence Staff, downed an unidentified object over Yukon. The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, said NORAD monitored the object and deployed American and Canadian aircraft. Two U.S. Air Force F-22s from Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson, assisted by refueling aircraft, monitored the object over U.S. airspace and continued to monitor it as it entered Canadian airspace. Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 and CP-140 aircraft joined the formation monitoring the object after it passed into Canadian airspace.
Minister of National Defence Anita Anand said the object was flying at an altitude of approximately 40,000 feet and posed a reasonable threat to the safety of civilian flight. She called it cylindrical and smaller than the suspected Chinese balloon shot down a few days earlier. Anand dismissed the idea that there was any reason the impact of the object was of public concern. The White House said president Joe Biden and Trudeau had “discussed the importance of recovering the object in order to determine more details on its purpose or origin”.
NORAD ordered a USAF F-22 to down the object in Canadian airspace, marking the fighter’s third air-to-air kill. The object was shot down at 3:41 a.m. local time. Elements of the Canadian Armed Forces are currently collecting and analyzing the object’s debris. The object will also be investigated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police with assistance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the object appeared to be a “small metallic balloon with a tethered payload”. On February 12, after receiving a briefing from the United States National Security Council, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said that the U.S. believes that both the Yukon and Alaska objects were balloons.10] According to an anonymous Canadian official speaking to The Globe and Mail, the object was believed to be a surveillance balloon of Chinese or Russian origin.
The object was downed a day after an Alaskan high-altitude object was shot down, and a week after the 2023 Chinese balloon incident.
Another object was shot down by the US Air Force near the Canada-US border, this time over Lake Huron, on 12 February 2023. This aircraft was downed by a USAF F-16 Fighting Falcon with a Sidewinder missile.
2033 Lake Huron High-Altitude Object: On February 11, 2023, an octagonal unidentified flying object was detected over northern Montana. Radar on the object was lost over Montana, but it was picked up the next day in Wisconsin and flying at 20,000 feet over the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Tracked by NORAD, the object was shot down over Lake Huron on the orders of U.S. President Joe Biden on February 12, 2023, by a Sidewinder air-to-air missile fired from a Minnesota Air National Guard F-16C fighter jet.
National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications at the White House, John Kirby, discusses the downing of three more unidentified flying objects. Kirby says the objects don’t have to be ‘nefarious at all’, in the video published on Feb 13, 2023, by MSNBC, as “John Kirby: Domestic air travel a concern in downing of flying objects“, below:
According to the White House press briefing, there is no indication of any aliens or extraterrestrial activity with respect to these recent UFOs. However, US Military confirms they are ‘unsure’ about three objects they shot out off the sky, or even how the objects were afloat. Amid Chinese spy balloon drama, now speculations have erupted that the objects are UFOs from another planet, in the video published on Feb 13, 2023, by TIMES NOW, as “Balloon Or Aliens: US Military ‘Unsure’ Of Flying Objects They Shot Down, ‘Can’t Rule Out E.T’“, below:
The U.S. military shot down mysterious objects three days in a row over Alaska, Canada’s Yukon Territory and Lake Huron. Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Spalding, former director of strategy for the National Security Council, joined CBS News to discuss the potential threats to U.S. airspace, in the video published on Feb 13, 2023, by CBS News, as “Retired Air Force official discusses mysterious objects shot down by U.S. military“, below:
U.S. officials say the military shot down an unidentified object over Lake Huron and that the debris will be recovered. U.S. military leaders on Sunday said they were in the dark about the exact nature and purpose of airborne objects shot down over the United States and Canada since Friday. NBC News’ Dan De Luce and Retired Gen. Barry McCaffrey discuss, in the video published on Feb 13, 2023, by MSNBC, as “U.S. shoots down three more unidentified flying objects“, below:
UFOs are back in the news. The U.S. claims to have shot down 3 of them in the last 3 days. Meanwhile, China claims to have spotted a UFO near Qingdao. What’s happening? Priyanka Sharma explains, in the video published on Feb 13, 2023, by WION, as “Gravitas: U.S. shoots down 3 UFOs in 3 days“, below:
U.S. Air Force General Glen VanHerck said that the military has not been able to identify the recently shot down flying objects or where they are coming from, and he would not rule out aliens or any other explanation, deferring to U.S. intelligence experts, in the video published on Feb 13, 2023, by Reuters, as “On flying objects, U.S. general not ruling out aliens“, below:
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