Since the alleged crash of an alien craft in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 people have looked to the United States military for evidence of extraterrestrial life. Hundreds, possibly thousands have since claimed to witness UFOs and many have even claimed to have been abducted by aliens.
The United States military have denied many claims over the years saying that what civilians and pilots have seen are not of extraterrestrial origin nor are they unidentified, rather, they have claimed, that the objects are either weather balloons or some sort of top secret military aircraft being test flown.
Recently, hundreds of civilians have attempted to access the famed top secret US military base in Nevada to see if they are harboring alien life or alien spacecrafts and technology. It seem their curiosity is not entirely unfounded.
Just this year, To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences, a UFO research organization headed by Blink 182’s Tom DeLonge, has shared video footage of what appears to be UFOs filmed by the US Navy.
The footage was captured in 2014 and 2015. The video is taken from US Navy aircrafts and seems to show them chasing “unidentified aerial phenomena” off the east coast of the United States.
Navy pilots aboard the aircrafts reported spotting the objects flying around 30,000 feet in the air at hypersonic speeds showing no visible engines or infrared exhaust plumes typical of any known flying crafts currently on Earth. These unidentified flying objects were reported to have been seen almost daily during training exercises from 2014 to 2015.
As was the case with the Roswell crash and other alleged UFO encounters throughout recent decades, the Navy denied such claims until now. The Black Vault, an archive of declassified government documents, has evidence that the Navy acknowledges the videos and what they claim to show.
Since the Navy reports these objects as “unidentified aerial phenomena”, they are validating the claims that the US military has sighted UFOs even though they use a different term.
John Greewald, author of The Black Vault, when speaking to Motherboard, said he fully expected the US military to refer to these objects as drones or balloons in keeping with language initially used in their reports. Surprisingly, he confirms that they referred to the objects as unidentified phenomena, which, Greewald claims, has caused him to become further intrigued and motivated to seek what he calls the truth.
Also, as reported by Greenwald, while the US Navy had declassified the videos they never intended to release the footage to the general public according to Navy spokesperson Gradisher.
The three declassified videos captured by the Navy have been dubbed “FLIR1”, “Gimbal” and “Go Fast”. They show Navy pilots tracking the unidentified aerial phenomena as well as one incident where a Navy pilot nearly collided with one of the crafts near the state of Virginia. Perhaps we can look forward to a real life X-Files and finally meet some little green men in the near future.
*These videos were initially released in 2018, but were not officially recognized and published by the pentagon until this week.