February 14, 2023 Mary Scott 1829
The U.S. military’s efforts to take down unmanned craft over North America were challenged once again when a missile missed its target after being shot at an unidentified flying object over Lake Huron.
The Pentagon’s top general has confirmed that the missile shot at the unidentified flying object failed to hit its target, raising concerns about the U.S. military’s ability to take down unmanned craft that have been detected over North America.
The U.S. military has been facing a growing challenge in neutralizing unmanned craft that have been flying over North America. Despite several attempts, the military has been unable to bring down these craft, raising concerns about the safety and security of the region.
The inability to neutralize these threats is a significant cause for concern, and the U.S. military needs to work on developing better strategies to protect North America. The growing threat of unmanned craft in the region is a reminder of the need for constant vigilance and preparedness.
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#BREAKING: U.S. jet misfired missile trying to shoot down object over Lake Huron pic.twitter.com/1HLbjufEJF
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