FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) – U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan of Alaska released the following statement Friday evening after a second unidentified object was detected and tracked by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) in northern Yukon, Canada, and by an Alaskan base. was overthrown. F-22 fighter jet.
“In the past few days, we have experienced unprecedented incidents of not only a confirmed Chinese spy balloon, but other unidentified aircraft that have breached the airspace of Alaska and the rest of the country. I once again thank our military, especially active duty and patrol forces in “I commend Alaska, which is literally around the clock in tracking and resolving this unprecedented problem, including the F-22 in Alaska, which shot down only one other unidentified aircraft. Canada,” said Sullivan.
Sullivan continues, “their primary mission is to continue to protect and defend America’s airspace, and most importantly, to redouble efforts to recover, recover, and analyze the unidentified aircraft that crashed over Alaska and Canada. To do this as quickly as possible.” is necessary to fully understand the nature of the threat we now face. It is critical that the Biden administration provide the American people with as much information as possible about these sightings or any similar incidents.”
This is the second unidentified object after the crash of another high-altitude object that flew over American airspace in Alaska yesterday, Friday, February 10, and a Chinese balloon that crashed off the coast of South Carolina a week ago.
According to the Associated Press, “American authorities identified this object on Friday evening at a high altitude over Alaska. It crossed into Canadian airspace on Saturday.”
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with President Joe Biden. Trudeau said Saturday that “under his orders, a U.S. fighter jet shot down an ‘unidentified object'” flying high over the Yukon, a day after the U.S. took similar action over Alaska, according to the Ottawa, Ontario, AP.
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