March 23, 2018

UFO? Navy Pilots Sight Strange Craft

13 March 2018, 06:58 | Taylor George

To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science

To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science

The publication of the purported military footage follows revelations previous year 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 35-second clip included below was captured by an infrared camera on an F/A-18 fighter jet as discussed above. "Look at that flying!" another exclaims.

"Oh my gosh dude!" says the weapons system operator.

The aircraft was flying at 25000 feet when it encountered the alleged alien UFO, and we now have our hands on the video footage thanks to a release on Friday by To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science.

While the Department of Defense has yet to comment on the release of this alien UFO sighting, the fact that it comes from a generally reliable source gives credence to the fact that I may in fact be a legitimate sighting. According to a New York Times report in December, the DoD ran a $22 million program dedicated to investigating UFO sightings but it was reportedly shut down in 2012.

TTS Academy have released an authentic Department of Defense video, named "Go Fast" that shows an unidentified aircraft flying at low altitude.

In December past year, retired US Navy Commander David Fravor told ABC News that what he believes he witnessed during a routine training mission on November 14, 2004, "was not from this world". The fighter jets however found nothing.

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CNN Safety Analyst David Soucie, who has worked in civilian aviation agencies, said he was taken aback in particular by the lack of heat indicated in the video by the object and bemoaned the project's reported ending. "There is no Pentagon process for synthesizing all the observations the military is making", he wrote.

Last December, retired U.S. Navy Cmdr.

"We have no idea what's behind these weird incidents because we're not investigating", Mellon wrote.

One of the problems hampering development was the stigma associated with conducting research in this field, Mellon observed.

However, he wrote that sightings of odd and mysterious objects are not new to officials in the defense department and intelligence agencies but "nobody wants to be 'the alien guy in the national security bureaucracy; nobody wants to be ridiculed or sidelined for drawing attention to the issue".

"This is true up and down the chain of command, and it is a serious and recurring impediment to progress".

"Whoa! Got it!" one of the pilots, yells out loud after locking on to the UFO.

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