- The Pentagon is about to release its report into UFOs.
- It comes after officials confirmed leaked footage of UFOs encountered by US pilots.
- The New York Times reported that there’s no evidence the objects came from space.
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A highly anticipated Pentagon report on UFOs is due to be released to Congress by the end of this month.
The New York Times reported that the report details more than 120 incidents, most of which can’t be explained by current US technology.
And it reported that the Pentagon says there’s no evidence that UFOs seen by US Navy personnel are of alien origin, but that the theory can’t be ruled out, along with the idea that it is technology developed by other countries.
The report is due to be published by the end of June, the BBC reported, while the Times reported it is expected to be released to Congress by June 25.
The Pentagon has previously confirmed leaked footage of UFOs is real, including footage of UFOs accelerating in ways that baffled US pilots.