Leaked Navy video seems to indicate UFO off California


A newly leaked Navy video seems to indicate an alien craft disappearing into the water off California, in line with a clip obtained by a documentary filmmaker and shared with NBC News.

The video was captured in July 2019 by Navy plane and recorded within the USS Omaha’s Combat Information Center, in line with the filmmaker, Jeremy Corbell.

The clip seems to indicate a spherical object flying above the water for a couple of minutes near San Diego earlier than it vanishes.

“It splashed,” army personnel could be heard saying within the video.

The Defense Department confirmed that the clip was recorded by Navy personnel and mentioned will probably be reviewed by the Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, a panel established final 12 months to “gain insight” into the “nature and origins” of such objects.

The video was printed a couple of days earlier than “60 Minutes” aired an interview with two former Navy pilots who recalled having been dispatched to analyze “multiple anomalous aerial vehicles” that descended 80,000 toes in lower than a second. The incident additionally occurred off San Diego in 2004.

One of the pilots, Cmdr. Dave Fravor, instructed “60 Minutes” that personnel discovered a “little white Tic-Tac-looking object” transferring above the water earlier than it disappeared. Seconds later, his ship — the USS Princeton — mentioned the item reappeared on its radar 60 miles away.

Christopher Mellon, a prime protection official within the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, mentioned in an interview that there was “a lot of continuity” between current studies of unidentified objects and studies courting again a long time.

“What we’re seeing are a number of distinct and different things,” he mentioned. “Sometimes we’re seeing a 50-foot object that can travel at hypersonic speeds and seemingly go into orbit or come down from altitudes of potentially above 100,000 feet.”

Mellon mentioned the stigma related to reporting such phenomena has lengthy stored witnesses quiet — a sentiment echoed by Lt. Cmdr. Alex Dietrich, one of many Navy pilots interviewed by “60 Minutes.”

“Over beers we’ve said, ‘Hey man, if I saw this solo, I don’t know that I would have come back and said anything,'” Dietrich mentioned. “Because it sounds so crazy when I say it.”

A prolonged story in The New Yorker titled “How the Pentagon Started Taking U.F.O.s Seriously” examined the work of journalist Leslie Kean final month. Kean co-wrote an article in The New York Times 4 years in the past reporting that the Pentagon was spending hundreds of thousands of {dollars} on a menace identification program to look at unidentified plane that moved at excessive velocities with no obvious indicators of propulsion.

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