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Former military officials made a series of mystifying claims about unidentified aerial phenomena under oath at Wednesday's congressional hearing.

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Three former military officials told Congress Wednesday that they believe the government knows much more about UFOs than it is telling the public.

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Government is ‘absolutely’ in possession of UAP

David Grusch, a former U.S. intelligence official, told the panel that he is “absolutely” certain that the federal government is in possession of UAPs, citing interviews he said he conducted with 40 witnesses over a four-year period.

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‘Nonhuman biologics’ were found at a crash site

Grusch, who underscored that he has not personally spotted a UFO, told the panel that he knows of "multiple colleagues" who were injured by UFOs. 

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Grusch said he prefers to use the term "nonhuman" rather than alien or extraterrestrial.

A Pentagon spokesperson told NBC News that Grusch's claims are false.

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Officials must establish a 'safe and transparent reporting process'

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Stigma associated with sightings 'silences' possible witnesse

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UFO spotted accelerating to 'supersonic speeds'

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