Videos Released Of US Navy Pilots Encountering A Possible UFO

Videos Released Of US Navy Pilots Encountering A Possible UFO

The DoD confirmed to ABC News that a program for investigating these incidents existed until 2012, but other funding priorities took over and it was defunded and disbanded, the Post reported. "In the end, however, I couldn't carry out that mission because the department - which was understandably overstretched - couldn't give it the resources that the mounting evidence deserved".

The video, released on March 9, purportedly shows US Air Force aircraft monitoring a UFO off the United States east coast at an altitude of 7500 metres in 2015.

The Department of Defence declined to comment on the video, which appears to show an object skimming at very high speed over ocean waves, to the delight and shock of the USA military observers.

The publication of the purported military footage follows revelations a year ago from The New York Times and Politico about the past Pentagon effort on unidentified aerial phenomena and the publication of two videos showing Navy pilots' encounters with unidentified objects. The pilot exclaims, "Whoa!"

"What the f*** is that thing?" one of the pilots can be heard saying in the video, after getting pumped up about "boxing" the moving target.

In October 2017, fighter jets were dispatched to investigate a odd object caught by radar, and sighted by pilots, flying along a commercial route in broad daylight over Oregon.

Trying to explain the encounter, one of the pilots said at the time, "I have no idea what I saw".

TTS Academy's Aerospace Division Director Steve Justice, National Security Affairs Advisor Chris Mellon and Director of Global Security & Special Programs Luis Elizondo have offered up an analysis of the video on the TTS website that includes observations like, "there are no obvious wings or tails on the object". While the organization did not state how it was obtained, it is apparently available to the public through a Freedom of Information request to the Department of Defense.

"We don't know the answers but we have plenty of evidence to support asking the questions". The US military has always maintained that it was a standard weather balloon, but UFO enthusiasts continue to allege a government cover-up as to what really happened.

Christopher Mellon, an adviser at the To The Stars Academy, wrote that he was concerned by the lack of government research into UFO sightings. This study was followed by Projects Grudge and Blue Book, both of which had similar objectives of collecting UFO data and analysing potential security threats.

Sen. Reid told the New York Times that $22 million funding for the program came from black money, meaning the funds set aside for classified operations. "Our scientists are scared of being ostracized, and our media is scared of the stigma". "[Other countries] are proactive and willing to discuss this topic, rather than being held back by a juvenile taboo".