Montana Airspace Closes Following Incidents of Two ‘Unidentified Objects’ in North America

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On Saturday just hours after an American fighter jet took down an “unidentified object” over Canada, the U.S. government closed down airspace around Montana “to support Department of Defense activities,” according to a Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) spokesman.  On Friday a similar type of “unidentified object” over Alaska was also shot down when federal officials determined it posed a “reasonable threat to civilian air traffic.”  These incidents come only days after the Pentagon shot down the Chinese spy balloon that flew over the continental U.S. for several days.  These flurry of incidents are prompting concerns that China is sending potentially dangerous surveillance objects into North America and the United States.