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UAPs over North America the past week are concerning


Map of UAPs over North America by Un-X Media


North America has seen its share of UAPs the past several days with three objects shot down by U.S. aircraft. NORAD ordered F-22 stealth tactical fighter aircraft deployed to shoot an unknown object down over Alaska, and the pilots said it “interfered with their sensors” and had no propulsion system, and did not know how it could be staying in the air. Open Source Intelligence Nomitor reported that some pilots did not experience interference with their systems and could not agree on a description of the object. US intelligence officials have not released information about its design or origin. White House National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby told reports on Friday that “The object was flying at an altitude of 40,000 feet and posed a reasonable threat to the safety of civilian flight." Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand described the object as cylindrical (tic tac?) in shape. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canadian officials would recover and analyze the debris from the object.


On Saturday, February 11 airspace over Montana was restricted after radar anomalies were reported. The Pentagon issued a statement suggesting that the radar anomalies were related to the object shot down in Michigan. "Based on its flight path and data we can reasonably connect this object to the radar signal picked up over Montana, which flew in proximity to sensitive DOD sites," the statement read.


On Sunday, February 12, an octagonal object with strings hanging from it was hovering at an altitude of 20,000 feet and was shot down over Lake Huron on orders from President Joe Biden. Pentagon officials said it posed a hazard to civilian aviation. Prime Minister Trudeau said Canadian officials would recover and analyze the debris from the object.


General Glen VanHerck

All three UAPs were described as smaller in size than the Chinese spy balloon shot down on the South Carolina coast on February 4. General Glen VanHerck, commander of NORAD and US Northern Command told reporters that the balloon was about 200 feet tall and had a payload the size of a “jet airliner”, estimating its weight at a few thousand pounds.


VanHerck said the U.S. adjusted its radar so it could track slower objects. “With some adjustments, we’ve been able to get a better categorization of radar tracks now,” he said, “and that’s why I think you’re seeing these, plus there’s a heightened alert to look for this information.”

He added: “I believe this is the first time within United States or American airspace that NORAD or United States Northern Command has taken kinetic action against an airborne object.”


Asked if officials have ruled out extraterrestrials, VanHerck said, “I haven’t ruled out anything at this point.”


The Mutual UFO Network, known as MUFON, reports a surge in UFO reports since February 10 with higher than normal numbers across the United States, mostly west of the Mississippi. Shapes reported are cigar, triangle, disk, circles, oval, and square or rectangular. Balls of light were also reported.


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