Recently, it has been very eventful for unidentified flying object (UFO) sightings in the U.S., and a new report has added to the intrigue: the government is reportedly investigating claims that UFOs have deactivated nuclear warheads.

According to the Daily Mail, former U.S. Air Force personnel have testified that UFOs interfered with nuclear weapons during the 1960s. These officers recently shared their extraordinary experiences with the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), describing encounters with mysterious objects near U.S. military installations.

Eyewitness Testimony

The Daily Mail reports having seen an email indicating that AARO staff reached out to former Air Force ICBM launch officer Robert Salas for details about a 1967 incident at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana. Salas recounted witnessing an orange flying disc that allegedly disabled 10 warheads. Additionally, former officer Dr. Robert Jacobs claimed he filmed a UFO in 1964 that shot down a test missile, and he also shared this information with AARO.

Despite the sensational nature of these claims, many experts advise a cautious approach to UFO sightings. The government aims to systematically investigate these reports through the newly established AARO, an office under the Secretary of Defense dedicated to examining unidentified aerial phenomena.

Former U.S. Navy officer Sean Cahill, known for his involvement in the famous 2004 “Tic Tac” UFO sighting off the U.S.S. Nimitz, recently emphasized the need for more information on UFOs. On Twitter, he urged the public not to let “those [with] agendas and cognitive blocks … use the current balloon flap to muddy the water.” He continued, “Don’t take the bait; demand identification and evidence of each incident’s origin.”

While the nature of these mysterious objects remains uncertain, the quest for truth continues. If the Daily Mail’s reporting is to be believed, these UFOs might be targeting our nuclear capabilities.