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Argentina to Track & Investigate UFO Sightings

Just days after New Zealand’s military announced it was opening its extensive UFO files to the public, the Argentinean air force announced it is creating a commission to track and investigate unidentified flying object sightings over the South American country.

Captain Mariano Mohaupt said the Commission for the Investigation of Airspace Phenomenon “is in the process of being formed.”

Argentina has been compiling evidence from UFO sightings for some time, but the new commission will be a cooperative venture between civilian pilots, air traffic controllers, meteorologists and military officials.

Argentine authorities urge all citizens to report any sightings and submit any documentary evidence.

Other South American countries have also attempted to record UFO sightings, sometimes with spectacular success. Here is some incredible news footage from Peru:

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