Here's The Declassified Video of US Navy Pilots Encountering a UFO

Here's The Declassified Video of US Navy Pilots Encountering a UFO

The footage was posted online by To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, a private scientific research group that aims to "help push science, technology, and ultimately humanity forward". They say things like "Oh, my gosh dude", and "Wow!"

The release of the 2015 video comes several months after video was made public of an incident off the San Diego coast that shows Navy pilots encountering a mysterious object in the sky. Most people won't take such "barely visible" videos seriously but it's a different thing altogether if the U.S. military actually encounters mystery aircraft that travel at incredibly high speed. "Look at that flying!" another exclaims.

CNN Safety Analyst David Soucie, who has worked in civilian aviation agencies, said he was taken aback in particular by the lack of heat indicated in the video by the object and bemoaned the project's reported ending. He said they followed the "proper process" to get the video and that "the Department of Defense approved the release".

News of the mystery program and the first two declassified videos of the odd objects introduced the possibility of extraterrestrial aircraft for the first time since the Air Force's Project Blue Book, records cataloguing more than 12,000 UFO sightings between 1947 and 1969, when the program was shut down. After a couple failed attempts, the operator was able to auto-track the object using the Weapons Systems Operator. The fighter jets however found nothing.

The video, released on March 9, purportedly shows US Air Force aircraft monitoring a UFO off the United States east coast at an altitude of 7,500 metres in 2015.

Meanwhile, reports from different services and agencies remain largely ignored and unevaluated inside their respective bureaucratic stovepipes.

"We have no idea what's behind these weird incidents because we're not investigating", Mellon wrote.

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Included in this report, the New York Times obtained video from the us government from a 2004 event in which a "whitish oval object" was chased by two F/A-18F fighter jets off the coast of San Diego.

One of the problems hampering development was the stigma associated with conducting research in this field, Mellon observed. It is time to set aside taboos regarding "UFOs" and instead listen to our pilots and radar operators.

Thomas Crosson, a spokesperson with the Pentagon, told the Times at the time in an email that the program ended due to "higher priority" issues that needed additional funding.

"Nobody wants to be ridiculed or sidelined for drawing attention to the issue", Mellon writes.

Mellon asked in his op-ed if the U.S. has been "technologically leap-frogged by Russian Federation or China?" "This is true up and down the chain of command, and it is a serious and recurring impediment to progress", he said.

In December members of To The Stars were featured in an expansive New York Times piece.

Unfortunately, we have no idea, because we aren't even seeking answers.

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