Something intriguing was recently published. An infrared technology camera, according to the footage, “captured four UFOs” above the sky over Afghanistan.
Two of the unidentified flying objects are hit by a missile at one point, however, the missile appears to have no effect on the UFOs. The film would have been “leaked” from US military archives to the Internet. The nightly military video (below) appears to show an airstrike on several UFOs hovering above the Kandahar region in Afghanistan.
The artifacts were supposedly discovered by the 10th Mountain Light Infantry Division during a deployment to the region in 2011. The UFOs are shown in the footage “dripping some unknown material into the ground” before being hit by a sidewinder missile fired from an A-10 Warthog, which appears to cause little damage to the UFOs.
The Pentagon has yet to confirm or deny the existence of this footage. It’s tough to tell if the video is authentic or not without more information. If the photographs are authentic, we must ask ourselves what these weird UFOs were doing on the battlefield, floating in the sky and dripping something unknown on the ground.
It’s also worth noting that a missile appeared to have hit two of the UFOs in a single pass, despite the fact that there were four objects in formation. They appear to burst when the missile hits them, but once the blast has passed, they are still up there… unharmed.
The chances of an air-to-air missile hitting a small floating object are slim… What are the chances of hitting two with a single shot? ZERO PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
Magnesium flares used in a live-fire training exercise could be one of the closest hypotheses. That would explain the trickling magnesium on the ground. They resemble flares, and they descend gently until they reach the earth, held in place by a little parachute.
However, some analysts believe there are two possibilities:
1) The direct hit was deflected by some kind of energy shield.
2) a probe system that is extra-dimensional. In our domain, a reflection of that dimension.
During conflicts in Iraq, Soviet/American Afghanistan, Vietnam, Korea, WWII, and other conflicts such as Rhodesia/South Africa, Congo, and the Serbian issue, cases have been documented.
It’s absolutely worth looking into, and it’s not simulated CoD FLiR game footage as far as we can tell. Pixel and resolution are insufficient, and no game has managed to achieve a satisfactory Image Transition FLIR effect.
It’s worth repeating that the term “UFO” (Unidentified Flying Object) does not always imply an “extraterrestrial spaceship.” It can simply refer to something of human or natural origin that has no apparent explanation.
Source : https://anciently.net/us-army-launched-missiles-at-4-different-ufos-that-flew-over-afghanistan-2-13178/