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The US Department of Defense has delivered three declassified recordings of "unexplained elevated marvels".
The Pentagon said it needed to "clear up any misinterpretations by people in general on whether the recording that has been circling was genuine".
The recordings had just been spilled in 2007 and 2017.
Two were distributed by the New York Times, while the third was spilled by an association helped to establish by previous Blink-182 artist Tom DeLonge.
After they were first released, a few people guaranteed the recordings indicated outsider unidentified flying articles (UFOs).