Mysterious UFO Shot Down Over Alaska Raising More Questions Than Answers!

VEN (WASHINGTON) — According to ABC News, US military F-35 pilots sent to intercept a UFO 10 miles off the coast of Alaska Friday gave conflicting reports on what they encountered:

Some pilots said the object “interfered with their sensors” on the planes, but not all pilots reported experiencing that.

Some pilots also claimed to have seen no identifiable propulsion on the object, and could not explain how it was staying in the air, despite the object cruising at an altitude of 40,000 feet.

VEN has learned that the object was moving erratically, diving and turning on a dime, maneuvers that are beyond current aeronautic technology.

Additionally, anonymous sources inside the Pentagon told VEN Senior Ufologist Correspondent Ademar José Gevaerd that the object appeared to weigh in excess of 4 metric tons and when shot down left a debris field 14 miles long.

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