Navy Says All UFO Videos Classified, Releasing Them 'Will Harm National Security'

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A watchdog website says its Freedom of Information Act request for every UFO video held by the Navy was denied due to national security reasons. The Black Vault says that, since April 2020, it has been attempting to get all videos of UFOs. The Navy would neither confirm nor deny the existence of the videos.
Published 3 months ago Photography washingtonexaminer.com

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Navy tells watchdog site releasing all UFO videos would 'harm national security'

A watchdog website says its Freedom of Information Act request for every UFO video held by the Navy was denied due to national security reasons.

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