Navy Admits To ‘Multiple’ UFO Sightings Over Top Secret Military Bases (#GotBitcoin?)
UFOs have been spotted hovering over top-secret military bases and flying near aircraft, according to the US Navy. Navy Admits To ‘Multiple’ UFO Sightings Over Top Secret Military Bases (#GotBitcoin?)
The US Navy is changing how pilots report UFOs after recent sightings.
The institution is now drafting new guidelines for pilots and other naval employees so it’s easier for them to report any mysterious objects they spot in the sky.
The decision to make these new guidelines for UFO sightings has been made in response to recent reports of unidentified flying objects.
In a statement given to US news outlet Politico, the US Navy said: “There have been a number of reports of unauthorised and/or unidentified aircraft entering various military-controlled ranges and designated air space in recent years.
“For safety and security concerns, the Navy and the [U.S. Air Force] takes these reports very seriously and investigates each and every report.
“As part of this effort, the Navy is updating and formalising the process by which reports of any such suspected incursions can be made to the cognisant authorities. A new message to the fleet that will detail the steps for reporting is in draft.”
A few years ago, a leaked report from the Pentagon revealed that a supersonic UFO shaped like a Tic Tac sweet had stalked a US Aircraft carrier for days before vanishing into thin air.
Some of the pilots said that the aircraft could make itself invisible as it travelled next to them.
The craft was described by one of the pilots mentioned in the report as “solid white, smooth, with no edges… uniformly coloured with no nacelles, pylons or wings”, and looked like “an elongated egg or Tic Tac”.
The incident happened over a couple of days in November 2004 but the video footage of the flying object was not revealed to the public until December 2017.
Pilots who witnessed the incident reported that they picked up the presence of 8 to 10 objects in their radar equipment on November 10, 2004.
Sceptics think that the sighting could be explained by equipment malfunction or human error.
Retired Pentagon official Luis Elizondo once ran a secret Pentagon program for investigating UFOs until it was reportedly shut down in 2012.
He told Politico that government personnel were often encouraged not to report sightings, making this new admission from the US Navy even more groundbreaking.
Nick Pope, who investigated UFOs for the Ministry of Defence, told us: “This bold new initiative on the part of the US Navy is clearly aimed at de-stigmatising the UFO issue.
“I know from my own experience of having run the MoD’s UFO project that fear of being ridiculed or disbelieved, and worries about adverse career consequences means many pilots – military and civil alike – simply don’t report these things.
“This new move gives official sanction for pilots, radar operators and other military witnesses to come forward and report what they see. I strongly support this policy change and hope we can do the same thing in the UK.”
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