For such a long time, the Pentagon kept its knowledge of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) under wraps. However, this is evolving with the department unveiling videos on its UFO-dedicated website.

The brief clips depict unexplained aerial phenomena in various shapes and sizes, such as a sphere over Middle Eastern buildings, a milk bottle-like object over the US, and the renowned 2004 US Navy capture of the Tic Tac.

A report examining reported UFO sightings over nearly a century released by the Pentagon on Friday, February 8, found no evidence of aliens or extraterrestrial intelligence.

The Defense Department's All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office analyzed U.S. government investigations since 1945 and concluded that there was no indication of alien life or a conspiracy to hide reverse-engineered extraterrestrial technology.

The study refuted claims, such as a former CIA official managing extraterrestrial technology, and declared a purported 1961 intelligence community document about UFOs' extraterrestrial nature as inauthentic. The report stated that most sightings were misidentifications of ordinary objects and phenomena, aligning with past efforts to assess UFO claims. Another report volume is expected later.

Despite the latest report from the Pentagon, the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), a specialized UFO division established in July 2022 under the Department of Defense, has released videos on its new website after previously revealing global UFO hotspots. Below are the most frequently reported physical UFO traits:

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