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Military whistleblowers claim UFO successfully disabled American nuclear warhead during routine test
By Richard Brown // Feb 15, 2024

The U.S. Armed Forces reportedly possesses a video depicting an unidentified flying object (UFO) disabling a nuclear warhead during a routine test, as stated by multiple former officials.

According to retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Bob Jacobs and Maj. Florenze Mansmann, the footage shows a saucer-shaped craft encircling an unarmed, dummy warhead released from the Atlas missile booster. Subsequently, the craft emits four beams of light, rendering the warhead inoperative.

Jacobs and Mansmann claim to have witnessed the recording of this 1964 incident before it mysteriously disappeared.

As part of a team responsible for documenting missile test launches in California, they used telescopic photography and videography equipment. Two days after reviewing the footage, they assert that two agents claiming to belong to the Central Intelligence Agency confiscated the video, imposing secrecy on the missile test launches. (Related: Whistleblower: The U.S. government is hiding a UFO the “size of a football field.”)

This account aligns with a broader pattern recognized by some UFO experts, wherein unidentified objects appear to interfere with nuclear weapons. The incident, though nearly six decades old, gained recent public attention through the investigations of author Robert Hastings.

Luis Elizondo, the former director of the Department of Defense's Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), has acknowledged the video's existence. Elizondo, known for leaking military footage featuring UFOs claimed to have seen the video.

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The craft captured on film, described by Jacobs and Mansmann as domed and disc-shaped, displayed a classic saucer structure with a glowing, rotating lower portion.

Despite Mansmann's 1983 letter describing the event, Jacobs faced skepticism when disclosing the incident in 1982 and even experienced harassment and anonymous threats.

Hastings' report, corroborated by Elizondo's recollection, details the search for the missing video.

Although investigators failed to locate the DVD recording in the specified place, additional evidence from a reliable source supports Elizondo's account.

The potential loss of the video is attributed to the Pentagon's destruction of Elizondo's files and emails in 2017, following his resignation from AATIP. This act allegedly violated a legal Preservation Order mandating the indefinite retention of Elizondo's electronic and hard copy files, including emails.

Limited evidence, including declassified radar data from the 1964 event, suggests the presence of an unidentified aerial object near the dummy warhead.

The radar data analysis proposed the possibility of debris or chaff, metallic objects designed to confuse radar. The incident's Top Secret status could have obscured the true nature of the tracked object from the radar data report author.

Dozens of UFO sightings reported to Pentagon each month

The All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office at the Pentagon, responsible for investigating sightings of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs), commonly known as UFOs, is receiving dozens of reports each month, according to a CNN report last October.

Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the office, shared that approximately 800 reports of unidentified objects were under investigation as of April 2023, marking an increase from 650 reports in August 2022. The majority of these reports pertain to airborne observations, with only one stemming from a maritime sighting.

While most sightings involve benign objects such as balloons or drones, Kirkpatrick acknowledged that some may indicate foreign espionage activities targeting the United States. He emphasized the need to investigate these indicators, citing potential concerns associated with foreign involvement.

The recently released annual report on UAPs highlights the possible impact on flight safety, particularly in proximity to restricted military airspace. A significant portion of the reports is attributed to data provided by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), now collaborating with the Pentagon.

Kirkpatrick disclosed that about half of the reports can be ruled out as mundane objects, but some remain genuinely anomalous and warrant further investigation. The report suggests that only a small percentage of observations exhibit intriguing characteristics, such as high-speed travel or unknown morphologies.

Kirkpatrick expressed concerns about national security, highlighting the difficulty in identifying foreign involvement amid the noise picked up by U.S. radars and sensors.

Watch this Feb. 10 episode of "Exopolitics Today" as host Dr. Michael Salla discusses the government's records on UFO sightings.

This video is from the High Hopes channel on Brighteon.com.

More related stories:

Ahead of UFO meeting, former defense official says U.S. government has recovered technology that "did not originate on this earth."

Whistleblower: UFOs an OPEN SECRET in the US military.

Former intelligence official: US has at least a dozen alien spacecraft in its possession.

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