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US military fired Hellfire missiles at '12ft jellyfish-like UFO' in active war zone

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UFO sightings ever recorded has claimed US military recently fired on a mysterious "jellyfish-like" craft. Jeremy Corbell hit headlines last year when he posted a collection of videos showing unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) that had been spotted by US Navy vessels.

One showed pyramid-like craft while another captured an object appearing to submerge under water – with the Pentagon confirming many of the sightings as authentic.READ MORE: Nine US Navy warships were 'swarmed by up to 100 UFOs' over one month period Jeremy, who previously told Daily Star there was footage of a "war zone" encounter, says UFO sightings in such areas have increased dramatically since 2021.

Appearing on The Joe Rogan Experience, the LA-based documentary maker said there were "rules about whether or not" to fire upon them.He added that he had been "exposed to documents" which explained a decision is made on whether the craft have a payload – and therefore prove a threat.And one particular UAP encounter left Jeremy astounded. "We see other countries firing on these," he continued. " Russia, Syria – we know it's not their assets so the question is, who are these? "I have images of one of these.

It looks like a jellyfish. It's stiff, about the size of a big coffee table – about 10-12ft."It was domed and was recently fired upon."Jeremy added that there is no "retrieval program" in place that would have allowed further investigation into the craft.The bombshell news comes as the spotlight continues to shine on the UFO phenomenon.A congressional hearing on the subject in May, the first of its kind for decades, found that there had been roughly 400 reports of the mystery craft from military personnel.And the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

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