A screen grab from YouTube video YouTube/secureteam10

The Pentagon, the headquarters of the United States Department of Defence, has revealed several findings from their secret UFO-hunting programme for five years that was reportedly ended in 2012 due to funding issues. However, the New York Times (NYT) has apparently revealed that the analysis is still going on.

The US military service members made revelations about several mysterious sightings that took place while they were on duty at the Pentagon, after which the officials analysed these occurrences.

Following the release of a latest UFO footage, Tyler Glockner from the YouTube channel secureteam10 has claimed that the government has tracked the mysterious craft and filmed them. It added that the authorities have also collected pieces of some of these mysterious UFOs but they did not find anything about the properties of these material as they don't belong to Earth.

According to the NYT report, the Pentagon revealed that they collected the metal alloys from UFOs which the scientists couldn't recognise. But, the US Department of Defence (DOD) reportedly has no idea about what this compound is made up of.

Glockner said that when the media questioned the officials about it, the Pentagon has refused to comment on the unknown compound. He claimed that the DOD researchers have also examined individuals who claimed to get physically affected after their encounters with the unidentified flying objects.

The NYT report added that these metal alloys from UFOs are kept hidden somewhere in a store house in Las Vegas in modified facilities. "The materials belonging to the UFOs has been stored and studied in Las Vegas, just a few hours away from Area 51," a heavy.com report said.