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The Pentagon Allegedly Has a Video of a UFO Disabling a Nuclear Missile

?It can then be seen firing some sort of laser beam at the missile…”

by T.K. Randall
via Unexplained-Mysteries

An unreleased video reportedly exists that shows an unknown object interfering with a nuclear missile.

According to reports, the tape, which was filmed in California on September 15th, 1964, was viewed by US Air Force officers Lieutenant Bob Jacobs and Major Florenze Mansmann who were part of a team that had been tasked with recording missile test launches using special equipment.

The video itself, which has not been released to the public, allegedly shows a saucer-shaped craft circling what is believed to be an unarmed dummy missile after it had detached from its booster.

It can then be seen firing some sort of laser beam at the missile, apparently disabling it.

In a letter, Mansmann later described the object as a “classic disc, the center seemed to be a raised bubble…the entire lower saucer shape was glowing and seemed to be rotating slowly.”

“At the point of beam release…the object turned like an object required to be in a position to fire from a platform…but again this could be my own assumption from being in aerial combat,” he added.

After Jacobs and Mansmann had viewed the tape, two plain-clothed CIA agents reportedly attended the scene, confiscated the footage and swore both of the men to absolute secrecy.

The footage would remain lost to history until relatively recently when details of its existence were unearthed by author Robert Hastings who had been investigating the phenomenon.

As part of this, Hastings revealed that Luis Elizondo – former director of the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) – had also claimed to have seen the video.

“The former AATIP director confirmed the existence of the video, the details regarding what it showed, and the location of a copy of it in AATIP’s workspaces,” Hastings wrote.

Without access to the video itself, however, it’s impossible to corroborate any of these claims.

by T.K. Randall
via Unexplained-Mysteries
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