A video of a UFO flying over an active conflict zone in the Middle East has been released by the Pentagon, relating to 2022. According to an expert, the existence of the UFO creates “the probability of unintended crossfire”. The UFO in the form of the metallic-looking orb was shown during a hearing before the Senate Armed Service Subcommittee on Emerging Threats & Capabilities.
The UFO was seen moving from the top right of the screen to the bottom left & briefly disappearing out of view before reappearing. The Director of the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (ARO), Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, says that this is essentially all the data they have on the event. According to Kirkpatrick, it’s going to be virtually impossible to fully identify the UFO based on the video alone. Kirkpatrick told lawmakers that the 2022 Middle East orb is considered an “unresolved case”.
Jeremy Cornell was reminded by the footage of the “Mosul Orb”, a similar-looking metallic orb recorded by a US spy plane flying over Mosul, Iraq, in 2016. The only civilian named during Congress’s historic UAP hearing in May 2022 More than 650 cases of what’s referred to as “unidentified aerial phenomena” are being tracked by the US government. The base of most of the cases being followed by the pentagon is “readily explainable data”. No credible evidence has been found by AARO thus far of extraterrestrial activity, off-world technology, or objects that defy the known laws of physics.
The office of Dr. Kirkpatrick is aiding the Defense Department & the intelligence community in identifying emerging foreign technology. Dr Kirkpatrick’s office is working with the rest of the government to identify the Chinese spy balloon shot down off the coast of South Carolina in February. Footage gathered in South Asia earlier this year as an object flew past two MQ-9 drones is the second instance. At the beginning, it was thought to be “truly anomalous”, but after looking at the video frame by frame, they found that it was a” shadow image”.
The shadow image was the heat signature off the engines in a commuter aircraft that happened to be flying in the vicinity of where those 2 MQ9s were. The lawmakers asked about possible technology from Russia & China. In a few cases, advancements in technology could be detected, & that caused worry, according to Dr. Kirkpatrick. Intelligence communities are informed about such cases. He told the subcommittee, “They are less risk averse at technical advancement than we are. They are just willing to try things & see if it works”.