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Vet says government has acknowledged he was injured by UFO while on duty

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A U.S. Air Force veteran believes a UFO incident he experienced while on duty in 1980 is the root of his current health problems. However, initially the government denied he was on active duty at the time. With the help of a lawyer and U.S. Senator John McCain's office, his records have been corrected and he has received his full medical disability. He and his lawyer now claim their victory represents the "U.S. government's de facto acknowledgement of the existence of UFOs."

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Roswell UFO alien photo details revealed (Videos)

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Roswell UFO researcher and author Tom Carey made headlines a few months ago when he told a crowd at an American University panel that he has photographs that are "smoking gun" evidence proving aliens are real. Today, more information about the photos were released on an online press conference, and the date set for when the photos will be revealed.

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Famous Mexican UFO video debunked by TV host

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In a video posted to YouTube by the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, the resident skeptic of the TV show Chasing UFOs, debunks a famous UFO video that was provided by the Mexican Air Force to Mexican UFO investigator Jaime Maussan.

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UK Ministry of Defence to release more UFO files next year

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The UK Ministry of Defence began a campaign in 2008 to release all of their UFO files, a process which supposedly had come to an end in June, 2013. However, in a response to a letter inquiring about specific UFO files, the MOD says it is treating the letter as a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, and as such has found the documents in question and will be releasing them.

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