Three videos of military aerial interactions with UFOs

Three videos of military aerial interactions with UFOs
Three videos of military aerial interactions with UFOs, previously released without official permission from a UFO research group, were announced and shared online today (April 27) by the US Navy.

Video captured years ago by Navy pilots in the United States shows a mysterious wingless aircraft traveling at hypersonic speeds with no visible instrument. The clip was released in 2017 and 2018 by the UFO Research Group to Stars Academy of Arts and Science; At the time, those videos were reportedly disqualified, Live Science previously reported. However, in September 2019, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare spokesman Joseph Grazischer said the images were not authorized for official publication.

Today, three clips - "FLIR", "GOFAST" and "GIMBAL" - first appeared on the Naval Air System Command website, available for download through the Freedom of Information Act.

The USA officially acknowledged that its pilots faced unknown aerial incidents, according to the news website.

The three scenes, which took place in November 2004 and January 2015, were recorded during military training exercises in restricted airspace by F / A-18 Hornet fighter pilots. Unlike Fighter Jets, Airborne Puzzles did not have "a separate wing, or a different tail, or a different escape column" in the 2019 History Channel's documentary series, Lt. Navy pilot Danny Aokin said. "Unknown: Investigation of UFOs in the Interior of the United States."

A Pentagon spokesman said Defense Department officials decided to post the video after determining that "the footage has no sensitive capability or system, and does not affect military intrusive investigations into the airspace."

For Stars Academy, founded by former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLong, shared clips from Flier and Gimbal in December 2017, and GoFast in March 2018. Although a video description claimed the three clips were "passed according to the United States government" the grazer said in 2019 that the official decalcification review process and was approved for public release, "the footage did not properly decalibrate Was done and should not have been shared publicly. "

There is still no explanation or identification for the mysterious aircraft discovered by the pilots.

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