Videos of Unidentified Flying Objects seen on two separate occasions in the US have been released. It can be heard in these videos how surprised the pilots are. However, the Ministry of Defense has not stated the need to investigate them.
Many stories of having seen a Washington
flying saucer or UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) have been heard, but their truth remains limited to stories. Something similar happened in America about 15 years ago and then 5 years ago, when the senses of the pilots who saw these objects had flown at that time. However, by releasing the video, it has been tried to make it clear that on both occasions nothing has been seen that can be investigated.
"Look at that thing!"
— ABC News (@ABC) April 27, 2020
No need to investigate
Three videos taken on separate occasions have been issued by the Naval Air Systems Command. Two videos were taken in January 2015 and one in November 2004. They have also been very popular online for many years because they can be heard with astonishing sounds of pilots. Pentagon spokesman Suu Gog has clearly said about them that these videos have been released to make it clear among the people whether the videos are true or not and whether there is anything else behind them. The Department of Defense has said that after investigation it is clear that there is nothing for which any unknown air incident in military air space should be investigated.
the incident occurred in 2004 in the Pacific, a distance of 60 miles in one minute . A Navy cruiser pilot told the New York Times, “He was at a speed I never saw.” According to the crew, an object about 40 feet long first hovering over the water and then quickly left. After this, the pilots started going to the ship about 60 miles away, they were told by the ship that ‘UFO’ has been seen there too. According to one pilot, this object covered 60 miles in one minute.
Rule will remain
In the 2015 video, a pilot described this ‘UFO’ as a bunch of high-speed objects. They even rotate. To investigate such incidents, the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program has been run between 2007 and 2012, but was then discontinued due to lack of funds. According to its head Louie Elizondo, such data should be analyzed. Did you know after five years that these were highly advanced Russian aircraft.
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