Classified UFO videos would 'harm national security' if released, Navy says

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The U.S. Navy confirmed in a letter that the agency has unreleased footage of UFOs, which have been deemed national security secrets. The admission came in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by the government transparency site The Black Vault. The Navy deemed it possible to officially release the footage "without further damage to national security"
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