Details from two allegedly classified intelligence reports from the Pentagon on apparent UFOs have been leaked, including photos of purported “unidentified aerial phenomena.”

The Web site published the details this week of the alleged reports from 2018 and last summer issued by the Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force.

According to, the reports state that the task force is considering the possibility that these unidentified objects could be operated by “intelligences of unknown origin,” one source from the US intelligence community said.

The 2018 intelligence report purportedly included details of previous military encounters with apparent UFOs., citing sources, says the report also contained an unreleased photograph of an “aerial phenomena” categorized as “unidentified.”

The alleged photo, later published by the Web site, was reportedly captured from within the cockpit of an F/A-18 fighter jet with a pilot’s personal cell phone.

The video grab images show part of an unclassified video taken by Navy pilots that have circulated for years showing interactions with "unidentified aerial phenomena".
The video grab images show part of an unclassified video taken by Navy pilots that have circulated for years showing interactions with “unidentified aerial phenomena”.
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It shows an unidentified silver “cube-shaped” object and the document reportedly indicated that the object was “hovering” or completely motionless when military pilots encountered it, reported, citing three US officials.

All three officials told the site that based on the photo, the object appeared to be at an altitude of about 30,000 to 35,000 feet and approximately 1,000 feet from the fighter jet.

The image was reportedly captured in 2018 off the East Coast of the US.

Sources told that a “list” of possible explanations for these mysterious airborne encounters was provided in the report. And that the report stated that the potential for UAP [unidentified aerial phenomena] to be “alien” or “non-human” technology was of legitimate consideration.

Additionally, the most shocking aspect of the 2020 intelligence report was the inclusion of what sources described as an “extremely clear” photograph of an unidentifiable triangular aircraft, according to the site.

The photograph, reportedly captured in 2019 also from inside the cockpit of a military fighter jet, depicted “an apparent aerospace vehicle described as a large equilateral triangle with rounded or ‘blunted’ edges and large, perfectly spherical white ‘lights’ in each corner,” according to

Both the 2018 and the 2020 reports have been widely circulated amongst the defense community, reported.

“In decades with the [intelligence community] I’ve never seen anything like this,” one intelligence official told the site.

The site also published an Oct. 16, 2019 email exchange, obtained by a Freedom of Information Act request, between then-Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Robert Burke, and current Vice Chief of Staff for the Air Force General Stephen Wilson.

“Recommend you take the brief I just received from our Director of Naval Intelligence VADM Matt Kohler, on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP),” Burke told Wilson in the email with the subject line “UAP follow-up.”

Burke added, “SECNAV [Secretary of the Navy] will get the same brief tomorrow at 1000.”

In August, the Pentagon launched a task force to “detect, analyze and catalog” unidentified aerial phenomena or UFOs “that could potentially pose a threat to U.S. national security.”

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