A "TIC-TAC" shaped UFO has been spotted flying and appearing to shapeshift near a US Space Force base, a skywatcher has claimed.
Jason Suraci filmed several strange orbs and pill-like objects over the air-force base and posted them on his YouTube channel and Instagram.
The aerial phenomena were said to have been repeatedly over spotted over Buckley Space Force base in Aurora, Colorado, US.
US Space Force units are tasked with protecting US satellites orbiting the planet and were first set up by Donald Trump in December 2019.
Mr Suraci shared numerous snippets of footage which showed the objects during broad daylight and a night using a night vision camera.
The objects appear to change shape while others are similar to the infamous 'Tic Tac' UFO filmed by US Navy pilots in an infamous encounter in 2004.
It comes as the US continues to probe UFOs – now more commonly known as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) – following the release of much anticipated report by the Pentagon.
The Pentagon UAP report confirmed there have been numerous unexplained encounters between the US military and UFOs – and it did not rule out the possibility of aliens.
Jason, who lives near the base, believes they are not man-made and has been chronicling his sightings for the past few months.
In one video clip posted on Instagram, he says: "This was a Tic Tac UFO I saw manifest then it shot into the clouds. This is not a drone or balloon or any kind of aircraft."
The Space Force, the first in more than 70 years, falls under the jurisdiction of the US Air Force and has 4,840 personnel and 77 spacecraft.
It is not intended to put troops into orbit, but will protect US assets – such as the hundreds of satellites used for communication and surveillance.
But some UFO hunters believe the space force will play a role in investigating UAPs – with the Pentagon due to set up its first ever permanent office.
In June the Pentagon released its UAP Task Force report which revealed 144 unexplained UFO encounters with the military including 'Tic Tac' shaped UFOs buzzing US warships and warplanes.
The report – officially titled "Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena" – was released after US Congress passed a bill by the Trump administration.
The legislation included request for the Defence Department to publish a report to the Senate Intelligence Committee on UAPs.
The preliminary assessment was based on reports sent to the secretive UAP Task Force between 2004 and 2021.
Only one was definitively identified – which was said to be as a deflated balloon.
The task force noticed UAP sightings tended to cluster around US training and testing grounds.
And in one of the most infamous encounters, a former US launch officer, Captain Robert Salas, claims the objects shut down nuclear missiles.
The UAP report said some UFOs could be attributed to foreign technology developed by China or Russia or a non-government entity, but more analysis would be needed.
In response, the military will establish procedures to synchronize collection of data to study UFOs and make recommendations to military bases.
More resources and staff will be drafted in.
In a letter to military chiefs, Deputy Secretary of Defence Kathleen Hicks said: "All members of the department will utilize these processes to ensure the UAPTF, or it's follow up activity, has reports of UAP observations within two weeks of an occurrence."
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