The U.S. Navy Released New Video With Jets Locking Onto UFO

U.S. Navy

U.S. Navy released a new video which they shot back in 2015, the video shows a jet fighter pilot locating and locking on to a UFO. This comes a few months after we get to know that the Pentagon actually pushing $22 million into a UFO research program and there are many people located on this matter.

There’s an organization called To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science, which is currently leading the investigation on recognizing unknown objects in aerospace. That organization is being run by former head of the now-defunct Pentagon program, Luis Elizondo, and it was co-founded by former Blink182 musician Tom DeLonge.

The group said the video below is Defense Department footage taken from an F/A-18 Super Hornet’s video of the “high-speed flight of an unidentified aircraft.” Elizondo talked to CNN, and they say “newly released video provides further evidence of what he said is likely a much larger cache of Pentagon materials about unidentified aerial phenomena and underscored the need for a public conversation around the issue.”

“These are just three videos now that have come out that everybody’s looking at. But there is far more compelling evidence that I was privy to that — you know, I think you’re looking at the tip of the iceberg.”

Elizondo said they obtained the video through “reporting channels,” but didn’t go into any details about the organizations “sources and methods.” He did say that they followed the “proper process” to get the video and that “the Department of Defense approved the release.”

What we are watching in the video, no one explained it so far, but they are very seriously looking into it and trying to find some explanation. Elizondo went on to say:

“It could be anything, so I wouldn’t rule anything out, and that’s why I think we need to look at it. I mean it could be Russian. It could be Chinese. It could be little green men from Mars. We don’t know what the hell it is.”

Check out the video and tell me what you think about it.

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