The U.S. Navy admits that the UFO video is 'real', but the Navy did not intend to release it
The US Navy admitted that the movie 'Mysterious Flying Object', which was supposed to be filmed in 2004 and 2015 by the Navy Pilot, was real, not fake. Navy public relations explains the object in the movie as “unidentified aerial phenomenon” rather than words like drone or balloon.
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It was in December 2017 that a movie taken by a naval pilot on the coast of San Diego in November 2004 and a movie with mysterious objects taken in January 2015 were released to the world.
The following is a movie of the first flying object filmed by the pilot.
FLIR1: Official UAP Footage from the USG for Public Release-YouTube
This is the second movie shot in January 2015.
Gimbal: The First Official UAP Footage from the USG for Public Release-YouTube
And in March 2018, To The Stars Academy founded by former guitarist and music producer Tom Delong of the American punk band `` Brink 182 '', released the third movie that captured mysterious flying objects. did. In the following movie, the pilot is following the object with excitement, 'What is that ?!' The video was taken in January 2015, the same as the second.
Go Fast: Official USG Footage of UAP for Public Release-YouTube
In August 2019, John Greenwald, who runs “ The Black Vault, ” which archives declassified government documents, asked the Navy for information on three movies. When we asked for a comment, we predicted that explanations such as “drones” and “balloons” would be given, but the Navy said that “Unidentified Aerial Phenomen / UAP” was contrary to expectations. That. The term is also used in the “ Guidelines for Reporting UFOs ” leaked in April 2019.
Roger Grassell , a UFO-Aktuellt writer and information disclosure specialist, said that the Navy has started to use the new term “unidentified aerial phenomenon”. The
On the other hand, Joseph Gladisher, the US Navy's public relations, said, `` The Navy has not officially explained or characterized the objects projected in this video, and has not announced any hypotheses or conclusions. '' comment. The term “unidentified aerial phenomenon” does not mean “UFO” as a so-called alien vehicle, but “unidentified or unauthorized flying objects that have been witnessed intrusion or manipulation in various military training sites 'This is the basic explanation that can be given to you.'
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