In 2019, the U.S. Navy acknowledged that the three recordings were real, but had not officially released them until now.
The United States Department of Defense published on Monday the recordings of three sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) by their pilots, one of them collected in 2004 and the other two in 2015.
The Pentagon explains that it publishes these videos to “clarify any misunderstandings” by the public about whether the recordings that have been circulating are real or not, and if there is more content in the videos. “The aerial phenomenon seen in the videos remains classified as unidentified,” they explained from the Department of Defense about these images, which had been leaked and have been circulating on the network since 2007 and 2017.
The first video, that of 2004, was shared by one of the crews who witnessed the scene in 2007; It was later published alongside the other two by the organization The The Stars Academy (TTSA) and The New York Times in December 2017 and March 2018. In 2019, the US Navy recognized that the three recordings were real, but until now it had not been officially released.
That first recording, known to experts as “FLIR1,” shows an oblong-shaped object, accelerating out of sight of the sensors. In the video called “Gimbal,” a crew member is heard saying “look at that thing,” referring to a flying object that they said appeared to be upwind in 2015.
Finally, in the recording known as “Go Fast”, also from 2015, a flying object that appears to be on the surface of the water is seen and military teams are heard asking “What the hell is that?” and “What is that, man?” The Black Vault website, dedicated to declassified government documents, was the first to reveal that the US Navy considered that the phenomena sighted were considered UFOs by teams of specialists.
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