U.S. Military Pilots Say Unidentified Flying Object Shot Down Over Alaska Had ‘No Identifiable Propulsion,’ Interfered With Their Sensors: Report

The unidentified flying object shot down 10 miles off the coast of Alaska had “no identifiable propulsion” and interfered with the sensors of the U.S. military fighter jets that engaged the aircraft on Friday, according to a new report.

An unidentified object the size of a small car with a cylindrical shape, and flying at 40,000 feet off the coast of Alaska.

A senior military official said the object was initially detected by radar, and then F-35 stealth fighter jets were scrambled to investigate the UFO.

National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirby said fly-bys of the object happened on Thursday night and Friday morning, but both encounters provided “limited” information about the unidentified object.

Kirby noted that the object “did not appear to be self-maneuvering.” (Read more from “U.S. Military Pilots Say Unidentified Flying Object Shot Down Over Alaska Had ‘No Identifiable Propulsion,’ Interfered With Their Sensors: Report” HERE)

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