Navy confirms, but can't explain unusual 'aerial' objects in 3 videos

Cheryl Sanders
September 20, 2019

"There's a whole fleet of them, look on the ASA", the other pilot says. The UFO videos his organization published in recent years are finally starting to get recognition as The Black Vault, the civilian archive of declassified documents by the government, announced that the U.S. Navy pinpointed the dates of three events which are "officially acknowledged" as civilian encounters with unidentified flying objects (UFOs).

The object was first sighted in 2004. Shockingly, the navy official who made these remarks made it clear that these footages were not authorized to be released in the first place.

Conspiracy theorists all across the globe have always been claiming that the existence of aliens is a real deal and the increased UFO sightings in the skies, sometimes in broad daylight, is authentic proof of extraterrestrial presence.

"The most powerful military doesn't know what these objects are", Greenewald said. While they may not be legitimate alien spacecraft, there is an element of fun to guessing what they could be. "But ... admitting that they see things in the sky and they can't identify them, that to me is the most fantastic part of this". However, he further points out that "The Navy has not publicly released characterizations or descriptions, nor released any hypothesis or conclusions, in regard to the objects contained in the referenced videos". Gradisher said one possible explanation could be the rise of unmanned aerial systems (or UAS, if you can handle another abbreviation) such as quadrocopters, a kind of drone easily available to the public. Gardisher further stated, "This is all about frequent incursions into our training ranges by UAPs".

"For many years, our aviators didn't report these incursions because of the stigma attached to previous terminology and theories about what may or may not be in those videos", he added.

The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, a group that examines unidentified objects and alien life, contends the videos were made public through a declassification review process.

That the eerie footage had emerged along with revelations about a secret and since-shelved Pentagon division known as the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program did not exactly staunch speculation that a less-earthly culprit was to blame for these "incursions".

The second video known as "Gimbal" was recorded on January 21, 2015, with the date being revealed through a request filed by The Black Vault.

The truth is still out there, and for Greenewald, there was only one way to find it: "We just have to keep asking those questions".

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