The military has neither confirmed nor denied the report, but the news station confirms that people who are “familiar” with the program say the report – which lacks a logo and was given to reporters during a meeting in DC – is the “real deal”. A key finding of the report notes the AAV is not something that belongs to the US army or other nations (that we know of) but contains systems so advance it is able to turn itself “invisible” to radar and the human eye.
However, another "highly classified version" (possibly with more information) was also reportedly written, but unfortunately is unlikely to be released.
Skeptics and experts alike say earthly explanations are often the cause, such as birds or weather balloons.
Luis Elizondo, a former intelligence official who led the Pentagon’s UFO program, says that is unlikely.
“My personal belief is that there is very compelling evidence that we may not be alone," he told CNN last December.
Other possibilities include advanced technology from an organization or government that is not yet public. According to the New York Times, Commander Fravor’s superiors did not investigate the situation further, perhaps odd behavior for such an anomaly.
Skeptic or believer? We'll leave that up to you.