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Really 2020? Japan is developing a plan for its pilots to respond to UFOs

The Pentagon released three videos showing officially unidentified flying objects for the first time.

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Really 2020? Japan is developing a plan for its pilots to respond to UFOs
Really 2020? Japan is developing a plan for its pilots to respond to UFOs

It looks like a movie, but everything seems possible in 2020: the Japanese Ministry of Defense announced plans to develop a plan to allow its military pilots to respond to the presence of unidentified flying objects (UFO).

As announced by NHK, Japanese Defense Minister Kono Taro reported at a press conference that he actually did not believe in UFOs and that his department had never discovered one. However, he also said that Japan will be prepared for such a scenario.

This response came after the Pentagon officially released three videos of suspected UFOs on Monday, April 27. This footage was shot in 2004 and 2015 and unveiled by the To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences (TTSA), a company founded by former singer Blink-182. Tom DeLonge.

Taro stated that he would like to know why the United States decided to publish these videos now.

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