The US has shot down 3 unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in the past eight days. While the government made no official statement on the situation in question, the Pentagon did not ignore the possibility of aliens. While the question “Did the US shoot down a UFO” continues to be widely debated on social media, official and unofficial UFO sighting reports from around the world were visualized through a map. So, how many UFOs have been seen in the US so far? Where are UFOs most commonly seen?
Over the past five years, more than 26,000 unidentified flying objects (UFOs) have been sighted over the United States.
The number of UFO sightings by state visualized, with data released by the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC). According to the map of the British newspaper Daily Mail, California ranks first with 2,661 UFO reports, followed by Florida and New York.
Since 1998, 15,000 562 UFOs have been seen in California, 7,870 UFOs in Florida, and 5 bib 567 UFOs in New York.
To date, there have been 10,836 UFO reports from countries other than the US.
While the U.S. government has not yet notified Americans of the unidentified objects, states with heavy UFO sightings host large air force bases that routinely test new winged technologies.
However, new data from the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC) came after reports that three UFOs had been shot down in Alaska, Canada and Montana over the weekend.
The US Department of Defense (Pentagon) did not rule out that objects are associated with aliens.
The unidentified object, spotted in Canadian skies on Sunday, was described as an unmanned “octagonal structure” with “potential surveillance capabilities” and ropes attached.
An F-16 fighter jet brought it down from an altitude of about 4 miles over the Great Lakes after two other UFOs were destroyed over Alaska and Canada on Friday and Saturday.
On the other hand, a Chinese balloon was also dropped over South Carolina on February 4, which means that the US Air Force has dropped four objects in the past 8 days.
Retired Pentagon Lieutenant General Bergman said last week that the American public was waiting for answers to questions about the high-altitude objects in question. In a written statement, Pentagon spokesman Brigadier General Patrick Ryder stated that the object in question was shot down by a US F-16 on behalf of US President Joe Biden. The inclusion of this object has raised concerns.” he used the phrases..
Ryder stated that the site where the object was hit was chosen to avoid possible damage on land and to facilitate the collection of the object’s remains.
The North American Air Defense Command (NORAD) acted on an unidentified object flying on the US-Canada border, this time after dropping unidentified objects over Alaska and Canada from a Chinese balloon. As it turned out, NORAD dropped another unidentified object after it briefly closed the Lakes Michigan and Huron area on the U.S.-Canada border to flights.
On February 11, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that they had dropped the object over Canada’s Yukon region in conjunction with the United States.