A repeated occurrence of unknown flying objects is no longer a Defense secret and is opened to the general public. This is another 2020 unusual for you. I’m taking my series ‘Mysteries of 2020’ to another level with Pentagon releasing 3 old “UFO” videos that have been kept confidential for many years.
It was in April 2020. The US Department of Defense released a statement that the videos circulating in public about the spotting of mysterious flying objects by U.S.Navy pilots do not indicate any connection to UFOs. The unrecognized objects were discovered by navy pilots in 2004 and 2015 respectively. As seen in the videos, the pilots were shocked to see the objects that have not been recognised to this date.
Note that this is not a science-fiction.
The infrared video recordings show the unusual occurrence of flying objects in the Earth’s atmosphere along with the audible conversation between the pilots. They seemed to be shocked and in awe of the unusual incident.
Here’s the conversation between two pilots:
“There’s a whole fleet of them. Look on the ASA.”
“My gosh, they are all going against the wind, the wind is 120 knots to the west!”
“Look at that thing dude!”
The videos were recorded by attendants of training flights in 2004 and again in 2015. The recordings were leaked to The New York Times in 2017. There has been confusion in the public about the origin of those unidentified objects since then.
The US Navy had declared in September last year that they are officially releasing the videos, “in order to clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real, or whether or not there is more to the videos,” according to the Pentagon spokesperson Sue Gough.
The Navy does not think that aliens have been flying in US airspace, one Navy official told CNN. But there have been “a number of reports of unauthorized and/or unidentified aircraft entering various military-controlled ranges and designated air space in recent years,” according to the statement released by the US Navy.
Another first is the introduction of guidelines for pilots to report UFO sightings.
The questions in my mind
* Can alien invasion be ruled out?
* If not an alien-spacecraft, is there a possibility that some countries are using high-tech aerial bodies to invade rival nations?
Whoa, country like the US is not able to detect the source, most of the others are far behind.
The probability of the occurrence of both of these can’t be denied. There has been an attack on the security of the US, or maybe the Earth, repeatedly, and we are not prepared to find the source.
Secondly, it could be happening in many more countries; the resources might not be good to target them.