US Navy appears to confirm, for the first time, the authenticity of three videos claimed to depict extraterrestrials aircraft. The navy described these items as "unrecognizable aerial effects". The three videos reviewed are "FLIR1", "Gimbal" and "GoFast", released on New York Times by The Stars Academy of Arts and Science, an organization by former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge.
The video "GoFast", shot by the US Navy F / A-18 Super Hornet, shows an "unknown" object flying above the water's surface.
The F-18 Hornet is equipped with the Raytheon Advanced Targeting Forward-Looking Infrared (ATFLIR), which is one of the most powerful systems surveillance circulating and equipped with advanced sensors.
According to Joseph Gradisher, an official spokesman for the Deputy Director of Maritime Operations, "The Navy defines the objects contained in these videos as unknown aerial effects."
Before You Believe That the US Navy has confirmed the existence of aliens, we advise you to read the statement again. The Navy faces the objects these as "Unspecified Aerial Phenomena (UAP)."
When asked about the terminology he used for the videos (UAP), Mr Gradisher said: "The terminology 'Unspecified aerial effects' is used because it provides the basic description for observations / sightings of non-identifiable aircraft / objects observed to enter / are in the airspace of various military controlled areas. "
The Navy has nowhere mentioned the term aliens or UFOs for the objects depicted in the videos.
The US Navy also said the three videos were never intended for public use. circulation.
This is the first time that one governmental the agency has openly used the term "Unidentified Air Phenomena" and indicates that it recognizes that there are unrecognized intrusions that violate the airspace.