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In the past week, F-22s have shot down 3 UFOs over U.S. and Canada


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that an American fighter jet shot down an unidentified flying object (UFO) high above the Yukon on his orders. This happened a day after the U.S. did the same thing over Alaska.

The North American Aerospace Defense Command, a joint U.S.-Canadian entity that defends the airspace over the two countries, has spotted a high-altitude object flying over northern Canada. It was unclear how high the object was going or what it was.

Trudeau also spoke with Vice President Joe Biden, who ordered the destruction of an unexplained flying object over remote Alaska on Friday.

A spokesperson, Major Olivier Gallant, stated that both Canadian and American NORAD jets had been sent. The jets were scrambled, and one American plane shot it down.

Over the past week, F-22 fighter planes have shot down three objects in the airspace between the United States and Canada, a startling development raises questions about what is hanging overhead and who sent them.

At least one of the downed devices was assumed to be a Chinese spy balloon, while the identities of the other two remain unknown. Trudeau stated that the Canadian military would recover the wreckage for scientific examination.

The incident occurred one day after White House National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby said a tiny car-sized object was shot down in northern Alaska. Officials could not tell if it carried surveillance technology, where it originated, or its goal.

Kirby said it was shot down because it was flying at about 13,000 metres and posed a “reasonable threat” to the safety of civilian flights, not because it was spying.

According to U.S. Northern Command, recovery activities on sea ice near Deadhorse, Alaska, continued on Saturday.

The Northern Command stated that there were no additional details regarding the nature of the object. It was noted that the FBI, Alaska Command, the Alaska National Guard, and local law enforcement were undertaking search and recovery operations.

Arctic weather conditions, such as wind chill, snow, and limited daylight, are a consideration in this operation, and staff will modify recovery activities to ensure safety, according to the statement.

On Saturday, the U.S. shot down a giant white balloon floating near the coast of South Carolina.

According to the Pentagon, the balloon was part of a major surveillance programme China has been operating for “many years.” In recent years, the U.S. says, Chinese balloons have flown over dozens of countries on five continents. After closely watching the balloon that crashed near South Carolina, the U.S. learned more about how the balloons work.

China’s response was to say that it could “take additional actions” and to criticise the U.S. for what it saw as an overreaction and a severe breach of international law.

The Navy continued to survey and recover operations off the South Carolina coast while the Coast Guard provided security. Northern Command reported that additional debris was removed on Friday and that additional activities will continue as the weather permits.

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