The Pentagon officially released three unclassified videos on April 27 taken by Navy pilots. US Navy prefers to call these mysterious findings “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena”.
“The U.S. Navy previously acknowledged that these videos circulating in the public domain were indeed Navy videos,” the Pentagon’s statement declaims.
There’re three videos of interactions with UFOs, previously these were released without official permission by a UFO research group, but released and shared online officially on April 27 by the U.S. Navy.
Over the years many of the most bizarre theories have been deflated. But in 2017, the Pentagon did finally disclose that it had a secret programme, now ended, investigating alleged UFOs. We can call it – a right step towards government transparency about unidentified flying objects.
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Three videos — “FLIR,” “GOFAST” and “GIMBAL”, one of which was taken in 2004 and the succeeding two were taken in 2015. These videos appeared for the first time on the Naval Air Systems Command website, open to download through the Freedom of Information Act.
“It accelerated like nothing I’ve ever seen,” one of the pilots told the New York Times. Down the centuries people have watched the sky and tried to explain mysterious lights and objects but many of us doubted them, but finally we are getting official statements about interactions of these objects.
In its statement the Pentagon said it wanted to “clear up any misunderstandings by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real or whether or not there is more to the videos.”
In a tweet about the release, DeLonge thanked shareholders in his organization, To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences, and said he was hoping to fund more research into these objects.
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