Official UFO video released by Pentagon

Среда, 29 Апр, 2020

Well, here's to hoping that they keep flying around like we can see in the video or land if they can get rid of the COVID-19 disease. According to Sue Gough, Pentagon spokesperson, the video footage was released to clarify the bubbling misconceptions regarding the reality of the videos and the truth behind them.

The statement added that "the aerial phenomena observed in the videos remain characterised as "unidentified".

The 3 movies, whose veracity was supported from the Pentagon in 2019, reveal what the pilots watched through training flights in 2004-if they struck an item 40 ft long hovering about 50 feet over the water and in 2015.

The videos were released by Tom DeLonge, the co-lead vocalist and guitarist of the rock band Blink-182, to the New York Times in 2017 through DeLonge's UFO research organisation, To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA). "When people claim to observe truly unusual phenomena, sometimes it's worth investigating seriously", Sara Seager said.

The release of the videos further speculates that human beings have experienced something that is officially termed as "unexplained". Two of the videos contain service members reacting in awe at how quickly the objects are moving.

Two of the videos were recorded January 2015, according to the Department of Defence.

It's hilarious listening to the Navy pilots observing these unusual flying objects and talking to their colleagues.

Such unidentified aerial encounters have been investigated by the Pentagon between 2007-2012.

A voice heard in the video, presumably, that of a pilot appears to report seeing more than one phenomenon. "It accelerated like nothing I've ever seen", said one of the pilots. Prior to that, the Pentagon was studying aerial meetings with unknown objects as part of since-shuttered classified program launched at the request of former Senator of Nevada Harry Reid. "The U.S. needs to take a serious, scientific look at this and any potential national security implications". Even as hashtags like #aliensarereal and #ufo2020 dominated social media, many commenters were skeptical as to why the Defense Department had selected this particular moment in history to officially "release" the videos.