The U.S. military has once again shot down an unidentified object that was flying over Canadian skies, marking the third shooting of its kind in a week. This latest incident has caused concern among Canadian officials and sparked an investigation into the matter.
The incident took place near the Canadian-American border, leading to questions about the U.S. military’s jurisdiction in such matters. The Northern American Commander spotted an airborne object moving from U.S. to Canadian skies, and in response, a F-22 fighter jet was deployed to bring down the object using an AIM 9X.
The shoot down of three unidentified objects in just one week has raised concerns about the safety of North American skies. It is unclear what these objects were or what their purpose was, but their destruction by U.S. fighter jets suggests they were considered a threat.
This has led many to question the U.S. military’s actions and the criteria used to determine whether or not an object poses a threat.
The public is seeking answers and clarity from both governments in order to understand the reasoning behind the U.S. military’s actions.
The U.S. military’s shoot down of an unidentified object over Canadian skies has caused concern and sparked an investigation.
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