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U.S. Navy acknowledges that U.F.O. footage is real

The U.S. Navy has revealed that videos that were leaked into the public domain showing pilots encountering what looks like U.F.O. - Unidentified Flying Object are real and valid. An object is classified as an U.F.O. when its appearance can't be explained.

There are three videos taken by Naval pilots hence why them and not the U.S. Air Force is commenting . The videos were taken in 2004 and 2015 and published on the website of the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.

The Academy is an organisation that is hoping to advance the understanding of sciences through academia, industry and pop culture. One of the co-founders of the organisation is Tom DeLonge, a member of the band Blink 182 until 2015.

The picture is not clear but you can make out the oval shaped object in the middle which the pilot is talking about in the video. Clicking on the picture will take you to the video on the You Tube so you can watch the whole video.

It may or may not be extra-terrestrial. The tag U.F.O. is given to anything that can't be explained. Any object that has been investigated and not identified then the tag is applied. It does lend more weight to those proclaiming to have been abducted by aliens.

Some people believe that the U.S. Government has wreckage from an alien spaceship that crashed at Roswell in New Mexico which the Government strenuously denies. In addition to Roswell, people believe that alien technology is held at the secret U.S. Government weapons training ground Area 51, in Nevada.

A much publicised organised event to storm Area 51 on 20th September 2019 failed to material. They Can't Stop Us All. Whilst over 2 million people signed up to the event, only about 150 actually made it to the event. Those that did go were greeted by a show of force by the authorities to prevent any storming.



Screen shot of a video from the U.S. Navy purporting to show U.F.O.


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