The U.S. military is capable of many things but finding the remnants of an unidentified flying object scattered across a blinding expanse of Arctic ice in minus 30 degree weather using six available hours of daylight is not one of them.
The search for a downed UFO began and ended near this oil-camp town on the frozen edge of the world, where Navy pilots flying P-8 Poseidons gave up on Friday, ending their mission with no answers.
Canadian forces searching for the shreds of a second object in the Yukon Territory retreated empty-handed, hours later and about 500 miles away. The same thing happened on Lake Huron, where Coast Guard captains docked their boats without finding whatever it was that F-22 fighter pilots shot from the sky with a $400,000 Sidewinder missile. The pilots shot two missiles, the first missed. This could be due to a conflict with your ad blocking or security software. You can add to your list of permitted sites by jp and piano.io. If this does not resolve the issue or you are unable to add the domains to your allowlist, please see this FAQ. We humbly apologize for the inconvenience.