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Navy now confirms that pilots have reported encounters with UFOs

Navy now confirms that pilots have reported encounters with UFOs

Navy drafts new guidelines related to “unexplained aerial phenomena” in response to the sightings of unknown, highly advanced aircraft

For years, a basic premise of sci-fi plots was that the presence of extra-terrestrial aliens was being hidden by the U.S. military.

Stargate SG1, for example, featured a highly secure installation that housed Egyptianized-alien devices that allowed a a top-secret team to travel instantly to planets all over the galaxy. I must admit, it tops Star Trek on my watch-list.

Plot-lines may have to be changed as the military is becoming much more open about the Unidentified Flying Objects it observes and records.

An investigation is underway after five Navy pilots have come forward to report strange unidentified flying objects spotted in the sky.

The pilots say they have had multiple mid-air encounters with high-flying, fast-moving objects that defy human capabilities.

The New York Times spoke with the pilots, who say they’ve all encountered UFOs during training missions up and down the east coast and noted the objects were “accelerating to hypersonic speed, making sudden stops and instantaneous turns, something beyond the physical limits of a human crew.”

“Clearly this is nothing that we’re used to seeing out there,” former Navy pilot Ryan Graves said. “So we submitted a safety report, saying that there was an unidentified object in our working space, and we don’t know what to do.”

The encounters reported were quite detailed.

“These things would be out there all day,” said Lt. Ryan Graves, an F/A-18 Super Hornet pilot who has been with the Navy for 10 years, and who reported his sightings to the Pentagon and Congress. “Keeping an aircraft in the air requires a significant amount of energy. With the speeds we observed, 12 hours in the air is 11 hours longer than we’d expect.”

In late 2014, a Super Hornet pilot had a near collision with one of the objects, and an official mishap report was filed. Some of the incidents were videotaped, including one taken by a plane’s camera in early 2015 that shows an object zooming over the ocean waves as pilots question what they are watching.

However, the Navy isn’t rushing to claim that these are extraterrestrial vehicles.

Josh Gradisher, a Navy spokesperson, told the newspaper that the U.S. Navy doesn’t have all the answers for the observations made by Lt. Graves and others.

“There were a number of different reports,” Gradisher said. Some cases could have been commercial drones, he said, but in other cases “we don’t know who’s doing this, we don’t have enough data to track this. So the intent of the message to the fleet is to provide updated guidance on reporting procedures for suspected intrusions into our airspace.”

The Navy has drafted new guidelines related to “unexplained aerial phenomena,” which is in response to the numerous sightings of unknown, highly advanced aircraft intruding on strike groups and other sensitive military formations and facilities.

“As part of this effort,” it added, “the Navy is updating and formalizing the process by which reports of any such suspected incursions can be made to the cognizant authorities. A new message to the fleet that will detail the steps for reporting is in draft.”

To be clear, the Navy isn’t endorsing the idea that its sailors have encountered alien spacecraft. But it is acknowledging there have been enough strange aerial sightings by credible and highly trained military personnel that they need to be recorded in the official record and studied — rather than dismissed as some kooky phenomena from the realm of science-fiction.

Furthermore, the public is not likely to get all the details related to these reports.

For instance, perhaps unclassified parts, broad overviews or statistics about the number of sightings could be released, Luis Elizondo, an intelligence officer who ran [the now defunct AATIP Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP)] before leaving the Pentagon, told The Washington Post.

“If it remains strictly within classified channels, then the ‘right person’ may not actually get the information,” Elizondo said. “The right person doesn’t necessarily mean a military leader. It can be a lawmaker. It can be a whole host of different individuals.”

However, if they come across a Stargate, I would like to be told!


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Jeeezz, only 75 years late to the party. Go Navy!

B-2 Spirit Bomber Drops Two Massive –

Video released two weeks ago supposedly letting Iran understand that their underground missile silos and nuclear manufacturing facilities aren’t as safe as they had hoped.

I was working on a outdoor iron work job site north of Sacramento about 17 years ago (looking up at the work surfaces) and happened to see a aircraft flying super fast – it made what appeared to be brief right angle changes in its flight direction. It happened during the winter and the air clarity was cold, crisp and very clear. I could see glints of light flashing off the fuselage or cockpit glass but it was far enough away that I couldn’t see the shape of the thing other than it appeared to be square. Yeah. Square.

Beale AFB is not 10 miles away from where I was at at the time. They train U-2 pilots and fly lots of U-2 training missions so I figured it was possibly a test flight of a scram jet or something exotic like that – because I’ve never seen an aircraft flying that fast or maneuver in such an odd way. It’s also entirely possible that what looked like right angle changes in course only looked that way from my viewing perspective. I’ve no idea what it was, but it was really strange. Oh PS, I didn’t hear a sonic boom and am old enough to remember what they sound like.

healthguyfsu | June 1, 2019 at 5:46 pm

The sky has become more jammed these days. Certainly, civilian drones have become more common (and these wouldn’t explain the reports) but high aerial drones from other countries may be the culprit. Ever since we crashed a drone (Thanks Obama) over Iran, I think some of our frenemies have taken the anything goes approach.

I would suspect China.

RELAX! it’s just DARPA.

Weather balloons have sure becomes very advanced since the 1947 Roswell incident. They don’t crash anymore which is a good thing. Glad that’s been cleared up.

How many of those sightings were of Nancy Pelosi flying home on her broomstick?

It was obama’s birth certificate, just moving fast.

They are doing a series on History Channel Unidentified in the USA or something like it, where Elizondo interviews these pilots. When you have 2 different pilots on a mission get sent on a radar sighting and see a rectangular craft hovering over the ocean and then accelerate at incredible velocities it gets scary. These are not crazy people and it’s not a drone. Unfortunately we will probably never know what’s going on.

    moonmoth in reply to Jackie. | June 2, 2019 at 8:23 am

    Even in this comments section, people are grasping at straws to dismiss evidence like that which you cited. Almost as though those commenters are responding to highly-disturbing news by regressing to a sort of infantile state. (Witness the stupid little jokes about Hillary.)

I blame Trump, because sensor anomalies!

Not curiously, LE, you make no mention of our current sensor problems.

Once again, hit it Steve:

Light in the Sky

Because Space Varmints!

Not forget, “hit it Miquette.”

And the fact that the anomalies were only picked up by sensors, but not by said pilots’ eyewitness.

Naval aviators also reported that the anomalies diminished as their task forces got further from the USA coast.

You do the math.

I predict that aliens will become a “thing” like artificial intelligence and global warming. The aliens will instruct our “leaders”, and we are suppose to obey without question, since we are intellectually and morally inferior to the aliens.

These things are anomalies. They are things which do not fit any recognizable classification. Until we get more information about them, they are unknowns.

As our technology progresses, radar sightings seem to increase. Our interceptors are faster and more agile and also possess better sensor suites and electronic, which are all recorded. So, it is reasonable to assume that “sightings” would increase.

As to the “objects” sighted, they are relatively small. Any interstellar craft would be expected to be several orders of magnitude larger than the objects sighted. If these are extra-terrestrial, they are most likely short range craft. Yet there is no indication that we have noticed any large extra-atmospheric craft, or anomalies. Also, why would a civilization which can cross interstellar distances worry about Earth technology? Perhaps these are inter-dimensional or temporal craft. Perhaps they are experimental terrestrial craft. Perhaps they are not craft at all. The point is that we simply do not know what these anomalies are. But, we have sufficient evidence to assume that there exist some atmospheric anomalies which we can not identify at this time. Ignoring their existence is probably not a good idea.

DouglasJBender | June 2, 2019 at 1:48 pm

I have recently invented “levitation” (it’s not “exotic, nor is it “anti-gravity” [though it effectively is]). It’s actually relatively very simple. I have started the process to have it patented, and am currently seeking potential investors willing to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement before showing them the idea, in the hope that, once convinced of its legitimacy, they would be willing to fund its development (at least a working prototype, plus perhaps two months’ worth of a salary for me, so I could focus full-time on its development). I would need some relatively simple, but custom, parts and motors. I suppose those would come to, at most, around $5000 or so. And I would need around $5000 per month, to pay my monthly expenses and to begin paying back some bills I have incurred.

Anyway, I am in contact with a Manager of Hobby Lobby’s facility in Oklahoma City, who has said he would be interested in seeing my idea. If I can arrange a meeting with him, and can convince him that my idea is legitimate (and I am confident he would be convinced), then he would have the owner/founder of Hobby Lobby, the billionaire David Green (or perhaps it would be David Green’s billionaire son, Steve Green, who is President of Hobby Lobby…in either case, the Manager knows one or both of them, and regularly speaks with one or both of them) join us and I would explain my idea to him. Assuming he would also be convinced of my idea, then I would almost certainly have an Evangelical Christian billionaire investor to help me develop it.

I am completely serious about all of this, by the way. My theory would allow the development of vehicles (depending upon size and energy requirements) that could:
– Drive down a road
– Drive in the water
– Submerge
– “Levitate” off the ground (drive down a road 12″ up)
– Fly in the air (without need of wings or blades or jets)
– Travel in space.

Serious. I have a simple drawing which “encapsulates” the theory and what would be required to produce thrust/lift. I have carefully thought about it for about two months, and done various calculations (not complicated — just addition and multuplication, with the most basic of Algebra), and I cannot see any reason why it would not work.

And, it would seem that one could create a vehicle roughly the size of a PT Cruiser (but weighing around 4000-4500 pounds, instead of an actual PT Cruiser’s weight of around 3150 pounds) that could drive down the road (either on wheels or slightly above the road, depending on one’s mood) and fly in the air. But to maintain dimensions similar to a PT Cruiser, for now it would need to be a Two-Seater. I’m not sure how fast it could travel, but I would roughly guess at least 50 mph, likely as much as 100 mph (on the road). In the air, I would guess 400 mph or more (perhaps much more).

Pretty exciting, and fun stuff. I believe God has given me this idea for a greater purpose — to provide a worldwide platform to share my discovery of the Gospel in Mathematics (in the Natural Logarithm, specifically); in essence, to provide a worldwide platform to share the Gospel (that Jesus died for our sins and rose from the dead, so that God might justly forgive whoever repents and trusts in Jesus as their Savior, so that they might be spared eternal condemnation and might receive the free gift of eternal life) with the world.

For a second there, I thought you said, “You do the meth.”

So to speak.

“Clearly this is nothing that we’re used to seeing out there,” former Navy pilot Ryan Graves said.

This is a strange statement. Military pilots have been chasing high-speed objects since WW2. They weren’t “flying saucers” yet; the nickname was “foo fighters”, and since everyone was on the lookout for German secret weapons at the time, they tried to keep up with the things and either shoot them down or at least observe some flight data. (Later commercial pilots generally don’t chase them, as they have jobs to do and schedules to keep. But that doesn’t stop them from seeing the things.) After the war the mystery objects were still seen, but the military kept reports quiet, apparently following the rationale that if they were German secret weapons which had been captured by the Soviets, the US wouldn’t want the Russians to know just how much the US thought it knew about it all . . . never a convincing theory, and now about a half-century past its “sell-by” date.

Just so we’re clear here…

I’m suggesting that testing, electronic or elsewise, provides results more significant when the testees are unaware that they’re being tested.

Agghhh! Come on, you lost me at Stargate trumps Star Trek! Seriously, that is not right in any universe nor at any time. Everyone knows that the UFOs are kindly Vulcan folk examining us to determine if we are ready for First Contact. Despite our Stargate/Star Trek differences, I wish you to live long and prosper.