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US Jet Shoots Down Second High-Altitude Object Over Canada

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a statement that a US fighter jet had shot down a second unidentified flying object over Canada.

Prime Minister Trudeau met with President Joe Biden this afternoon after the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), the joint U.S.-Canada aerospace warning and defense agency, identified an object in Canadian airspace. Said in a statement. Canadian and US jets were mobilized to intercept the object and, on Trudeau’s orders, it was shot down by her US F-22 his jets.

Canadian Forces Recover Debris from Object, Trudeau Added.

NORAD had previously identified objects passing through Canadian sovereign airspace. (Related: The United States conducted a nuclear missile launch test)

“U.S. military aircraft are currently supporting operations from Alaska and Canada. [NORAD] activity. NORAD has confirmed that it has successfully identified a high-altitude airborne object over northern Canada,” the command said in a statement. according to to CNN.

NORAD did not provide details about the activity or the object in question.

The incident occurred almost a day after a U.S. jet assigned to U.S. Northern Command shot down a high-altitude object off the north coast of Alaska on Biden’s orders. It said it could pose a threat to commercial air traffic and justify a military response.

According to Lidar, the object was first spotted on February 9 and was tracked as it entered U.S. airspace and moved in a northeast direction.

norad Said A statement on Saturday said operations to recover the object were underway, ice conditions permitting.

NORAD did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment.

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