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Historical UFO CONVENTION: May 17, 2022

Sorce: The SUN us news

The United States Congress today held a public discussion of UFOs for the first time in half a century, and several "near misses" involving UAPs were cited. Here are some of the key revelations we learned about UFOs and UAPs during the conversation.

The government must take "immediate action" after revealing 11 UFO near misses, an expert has urged.


The revelation that U.S. pilots nearly collided with unidentified aerial phenomena — or UAPs — was made during Tuesday's landmark congressional meeting on the subject .


US Naval Intelligence Deputy Director Scott Bray shows the House Intelligence Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee a declassified video of a UAP. UFO expert Nick Pope has urged the government to take "immediate action" after revealing 11 UFO near misses.


Pentagon officials admitted there have been 400 unexplained sightings.

During the public discussion — the first in half a century — Congress horrified defense officials about the number of sightings and their origins — but many questions remained unanswered.


Nick Pope, an expert on UFOs , said he hoped the admission that there had been a number of near misses would get people to take the issue seriously and warned that "we may not be so lucky next time." to have".

"The hearing wasn't the revelation some people in the UFO lobby were hoping for, but it's a welcome step forward," Pope told The US Sun exclusively.


“It was very clear that many representatives had taken a close look at this and given it some deep thought and really held the Department of Defense (DoD) accountable and aggressively pushed for answers, and rightly so.


"Even though there wasn't a huge amount of new information, I still think it was positive and a step forward. The DoD was clearly very cautious and guarded and didn't want to unpack too much in the unclassified session."


He added: "But there were some interesting nuggets there. I think they rightly focused on near misses between UAP and aircraft - saying there were 11, reinforcing the fact that this is a major safety issue in the air.


“If you have 11 near misses, you'll eventually run out of luck, and the next one won't be a miss, so let's take immediate action before we actually have a collision. "And throughout the briefing, I think it was fully recognized that whatever we're dealing with is a defense and national security issue."


Pope said it was also important that while officials were hiding a lot of information, they didn't rule out the idea that UFOs could be of extraterrestrial origin.

He said, "The key phrase I noticed was 'open to all hypotheses'. And that says to me that they haven't ruled out the alien hypothesis.

“The DoD always hides behind the fact that many of these cases have not been identified, which is fair enough, but they must have what is called a 'best current rating' – so what's the most likely explanation for these UAP sightings?


"I wish one of the reps had brought them to the scene and said, 'What's your best current rating?" He added: "For example, they could have zoomed in on the three best-known UAP videos and asked what their best current rating was. They must have one.


"What about ranking the competing theories in order of probability? So it could be either: either it's our own technology, it's enemy technology, it's alien, it's exotic atmospheric plasma phenomena. Almost like a ranking of possible explanations."


US intelligence chiefs Scott Ronald S Moultrie also presented the information available to the House Subcommittee. Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray points to a video view of a UAP during the hearing.


'LACK OF KNOWLEDGE'

Pope also said he was "disappointed" with what he called a "lack of knowledge" of some of the larger known UFO sightings in US history.

This included the astonishing 1967 Malmstom incident, in which 10 nuclear weapons were disabled and men saw a UFO in the sky at a top-secret military base.

Pope thinks the DoD should look through their own history to see what hidden information they might find.


"I was disappointed, but not surprised, that the DoD lacked knowledge of major cases like Malmstron," Pope said.

"The DoD seemed to have made the decision to reset the clock and start pretending this all started in 2004 with the Nimitz and it doesn't, it comes with a backstory of nearly 80 years, which has been largely ignored or to forget.


LIVE CONGRESS

The United States Congress today held a public discussion of UFOs for the first time in half a century, and several "near misses" involving UAPs were cited.

The public UFO hearing included evidence of what the US military calls unidentified aerial phenomena, or "UAPs, " before moving on to a closed-door session.

It comes after a recent military report citing 11 "near misses" between UAPs and U.S. fighter jets, and those sightings were discussed at the hearing. The report in question makes no mention of aliens.

Tuesday's hearing featured experts showing some video clips of UAP encounters and were expected to address the possible origins of the unidentified objects , which move differently than anything known to science and some people have suggested may be. are top secret planes built by foreign adversaries.

Others believe that their origin is extraterrestrial.

The public hearing began at 9 a.m. ET and ended around 10:30 a.m. The hearing was chaired by Congressman André Carson.


UFO hearing live blog for the latest news and updates

  • 17 MAY 2022, 17:30 When was the hearing? The US Congress held a public discussion about UFOs on Tuesday. Unidentified aerial phenomena, or "UAPs ," were discussed in a public meeting before the investigation was moved to a closed-door session. The public hearing began at 9 a.m. ET and ended around 10:30 a.m.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 17:00 Five unanswered questions: Russian and Chinese UFOs If the United States experiences a wave of UFO sightings, it would make sense that other world powers such as Russia and China would be dealing with the same thing. It's an important question , especially when you consider whether the mysterious phenomena could be hypersonic drones used by those countries. But when the topic came up during the hearing, it was closed by Moultrie and kept for the "closed session" after the public meeting.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 16:30 Five Unanswered Questions: UFO Injuries Another question that remains unanswered, and which was not even raised during the hearing, concerns reports of witnesses injured by UFOs . It has been suggested that some pilots who encountered the mysterious plane suffered radiation burns, and classified documents released from a previous UFO research program revealed several symptoms. Pentagon insider Lue Elizondo told Fox News recently released reports reveal links between alleged sightings and injuries, possibly the result of contact with "advanced technology," but the topic was not discussed at the hearing.


  • MAY 17, 2022, 4:00 PM Five Unanswered Questions: Weapons Blocking Fighter pilot Lieutenant Commander Chad Underwood encountered the infamous "Tic Tac" and has previously claimed that his weapons systems stalled when he tried to join. Radar interference deliberately sends out radio frequency signals that can give the receiver false information. But Moultrie said at the hearing that the United States does not currently know whether the UFOs are actively trying to block US military equipment. He explained that the apparent "interference" could be due to the way the objects are controlled using radio frequencies.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 15:30 Five unanswered questions: UFOs and the sea Some of the most famous UFO images appear to show an object moving seamlessly between the sky and the sea . And there are rumors that US military submarines encounter objects traveling at "unprecedented speeds" while underwater. Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi raised the issue at the hearing on Tuesday , but the topic was soon shut down. Representative Krishnamoorthi asked if the US had designed censorship to detect such underwater objects. Moultrie said it would have been discussed in the secret "closed session" scheduled for after Tuesday morning's public hearing, meaning the public may never know what is being said.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 3:00 PM Five unanswered questions: 'Shut down nukes' Congressman Mike Gallagher asked intelligence chiefs about the infamous 1967 Malmstrom Air Force Base incident, where a UFO was said to have knocked out 10 nuclear missiles. Captain Robert Salas , along with a number of other nuclear weapons personnel, has filed a complaint, alleging that the phenomenon has disrupted America's nuclear arsenal. However, when Representative Gallagher raised this during the hearing, UAP Task Force chief Mr Bray said he "had not seen the official data". "You're the guys investigating it, who else is doing it?" replied the congressman. Moultrie admitted the Pentagon would "take a look" if they received an official request to investigate the matter. Rep Gallagher replied, "I bring it to your attention, this is pretty official."

  • MAY 17, 2022, 2:30 PM Five unanswered questions from UFO hearing Congress held a hearing on UFOs today , but not every question Americans may have was answered . Intelligence officials repeatedly said they had to wait for the classified portion of the briefing or sometimes said they could not answer due to a lack of data. Ronald S Moultrie, Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security, and Scott W Bray, Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence, answered questions from lawmakers on the highly controversial topic.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 14:00 What might aliens look like? There is no definitive way of knowing what aliens might look like and the distant creatures have been portrayed in various ways in the media. On TV and in movies, they're often portrayed as tall, gray creatures with insect eyes and bodies that don't look too much like humans, but there's no way of knowing exactly what they might actually look like.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 13:30 Can we connect with aliens, continued Harvard University professor Paul Horowitz has suggested that messages to alien life forms should be in the form of math. He said, "Perhaps the most fundamental way to​​ message with math." "A lot of things are sure to be understood by everyone, no matter what slime they're made of, because it's so simple." However, Seth Shostak, a senior astronomer at the SETI Institute, stated that in instead had to send Google servers to try:

  • make contact with aliens.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 13:05 Can we make contact with aliens? Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) created a branch called Communication With Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CETI) in hopes of contacting possible aliens. In 1974, astronomer Frank Drake compiled the Arecibo message. The interstellar message was to show how human technology has evolved, and not necessarily to communicate with other life forms such as aliens.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 12:30 Communications Not Attempted One of the clips shown at today's hearing showed green triangles appearing to fly over an American warship. Another similar photo from a separate incident was also shown. Scott Bray, deputy director of Naval Intelligence, said the objects are now believed to be unidentified drones from a "swarm" that flew near the ship. He also said there have been reports of at least 11 near misses involving unidentified objects, but there have been no reports of collisions. Bray added that the US has not attempted to communicate with or fire weapons at the objects and the task force currently has no "unexplained wreckage".

  • MAY 17, 2022, 11:59 AM 'Committed' to determine provenance Ronald S Moultrie, the Defense Secretary for Intelligence and Security, said at the hearing, "We know our military has encountered unidentified aerial phenomena , and because UAP has potential flight safety and general security risks, we are committed to a targeted effort to determine their origin." "We have very volatile data on these objects," Moultrie told the House Intelligence Subcommittee on Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence and Counterproliferation.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 11:30 AM Some sightings cannot be explained Scott Bray, deputy director of Naval Intelligence, acknowledged that there have been some sightings that US officials "cannot explain." “There are a handful of cases where we have more data that our analysis simply failed to find a​​ get a full picture of what happened," he said. He said these incidents were accompanied by unexpected "flight characteristics" or "signature management."

  • MAY 17, 2022, 10:59 AM New office established Ronald Moultrie, the Pentagon's top intelligence officer, and Scott Bray, deputy director of Naval Intelligence, spoke at the hearing today. Within Moultrie's office, a new office was established to investigate UAP - the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG) -.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 10:42 Public hearing closed The public part of the hearing has been closed. The committee went to a closed-door session about 10:30 a.m.


  • MAY 17, 2022, 10:40 UAP of clip remains unexplained A clip shown at the hearing taken from the cockpit of a US Navy fighter jet shows a "spherical" silver object flying through the air in an entire short piece of footage. The clip's filename is seen as Video 1 2021 Flyby.mov, and Scott W Bray, the deputy director of Naval Intelligence, confirmed it remains unexplained.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 10:30 am 'Highly volatile data' "We have very volatile data on these objects," said Ronald S Moultrie, the Defense Secretary for Intelligence and Security, of the video clips shown during the hearing today. The short clips were shown as intelligence officials attempted to demonstrate the difficulty in reporting and identifying the vessel. One of the clips - with green triangles appearing to fly over a US warship - and another similar photo from a separate incident were shown.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 10:20 UFO program existed before The United States previously confirmed its existence​​ of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) — a $12 million Pentagon program set up to study UFOs before disbanding in 2012. It was finally replaced by the UAP task force in June 2020 after a vote by the United States Senate Intelligence Committee.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 10:10 AM Burchett has spoken to UFO witnesses Representative Burchett has personally spoken to US pilots who have encountered UFOs/UAPs. "The only reason we're talking about this now is the leaked videos of the US Navy and the pilots who saw them," he told The Sun. "I've also talked to other pilots [who've seen things] - and these people are some of the best in the world and very patriotic." He added: "These are people in their 20s who are very confident in their abilities – a lot of them just laughed at it because they just couldn't control it." "It's wild stuff. The [objects] spin on a dime and accelerate at an incredible speed with no heat trace. It's miraculous."

  • MAY 17, 2022, 10:00 'The American people need to know' "I don't care if they abuse me, I think the American people should know - I even put a t-shirt on my website that reads " more people believe in UFOs than in Congress," and that's the truth," Rep Burchett added during a conversation with The Sun. However, Burchett added that he believes the stigma surrounding discussing UFOs is beginning to diminish. And he called for a general amnesty for officials currently restricted by nondisclosure agreements from talking about UFOs.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 09:55 Burchett's Cover-Up Claims, Continued Rep. Burchett also dismissed recent "fake" Pentagon reports about UFOs as "Swiss cheese" due to the amount of redactions. Burchett told The Sun when it comes to UFOs, " We need full disclosure . This is what we know and this is what we don't know." He added: "We can and should do better."

  • MAY 17, 2022, 09:48 'All we do is cover' " All we do is cover up, let's just be transparent - what's wrong with telling the world and saying, 'We got this, we are going to share it and we can figure it out together'?", Rep Burchett continued. “I don't think much will come out of the hearings. It brings in the people who caused the problem to fix the problem."

  • MAY 17, 2022, 09:38 Representative thinks info will be obscured When Representative Tim Burchett spoke to The Sun, he warned that he has no confidence in Congressional hearing, believing everything the US knows about UAPs will be obscured by institutions in Washington. He said full disclosure revealing evidence of alien life visiting Earth could change the world, adding that he believes it would help people put Earth differences to bed. "It would put an end to the 'bogeyman from abroad'," he told The Sun Online.

  • MAY 17, 2022, 09:35 UFO videos played before Congress UFO videos were played to congressmen today as part of the hearing. Two videos were played for officials as the historic committee meeting — the first of its kind in 50 years — began today in Washington D.C.


THE United States Congress just held a public discussion about UFOs. Here are some of the key revelations we learned about UFOs and UAPs during the conversation.

The UFO Congress hearing revealed spherical and triangular objects that experts can't explainCredit: EPA


An 'unidentified aerial phenomenon' was shown on a TV monitor today during a House Intelligence Committee at the US Capitol in Washington.


400 observations

A Navy intelligence official revealed that there are now more than 400 sightings of UAPs, which are an unidentified aerial phenomenon.

Some experts prefer the phrase UAP because they think UFO has a stigma and is taken less seriously.


There are video images

One showed a fast-moving spherical object and one showed what looked like a perfect triangular shape glowing green in the sky.

Experts have no explanation for these objects or the way they move.

No attempt to communicate:

The panel of experts was asked whether attempts were made to communicate with the strange aerial objects. It was revealed that no signals had been sent or any other attempt to communicate with the UAPs.


The way they move makes no sense

It was revealed that the UAPs were capable of moving very quickly "without discernible means of propulsion".

Experts are not aware of man-made objects that can move in the same way.


A secret hearing is coming!


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What does UAP mean and how is it different from a UFO?

  • Charlotte Edwards, digital technology and science reporter

  • 2:14 PM ET, June 14, 2021

  • Updated: 2:31 PM ET, June 14, 2021


There's been a lot of talk about UFOs lately, but you may have seen the term "UAP" come up a lot as well. UAP is actually a new term for UFO that should have less stigma attached to it. Some people think UAP is a more professional term than UFO What does UAP mean? UAP stands for 'Unidentified Aerial Phenomena'. UFO stands for 'Unidentified Flying Object' Many experts in the field found that UFO was ridiculed and reports were not taken seriously.


It is believed that UAP is a more professional term and is becoming more common as the US begins to seriously discuss UFO/UAP sightings. UAP stands for Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. The United States Office of Naval Intelligence now has an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) program. It collects reported sightings of mysterious flying objects. UAP doesn't necessarily refer to a suspected sighting of an "alien craft." Some people think that using the term UAP will make sightings more serious. More than 90% of UFO sightings are believed to have a reasonable explanation. However, recent images released by the pentagon of strange flying objects are still baffling to experts. Fermi Paradox - what is it? Here's what you need to know...

  • The Fermi Paradox is not strict evidence for extraterrestrial life, but more of a thought experiment

  • It is a famous contradiction of physicist Enrico Fermi

  • Fermi suggested that the sheer size of the universe — and the billions of sun-like stars in the galaxy and their planets — make it very likely that intelligent life exists.

  • Some of these civilizations may have developed interstellar travel

  • But Fermi also noted that there is a significant lack of evidence for life on other planets

  • There is a good chance that aliens can reach us, but there is no evidence that aliens have ever done so

  • This paradox has baffled scientists for decades

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/tech-old/3080985/what-does-uap-mean-ufo

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MAN IN BLACK

I've Been Investigating UFOs For The Pentagon - The US Is Finally Facing The Inconvenient Truth After Decades Of Silence

  • Henry Holloway

  • 8:27 AM ET, May 16, 2022

  • Updated: 2:21 PM ET, May 16, 2022

Lue Elizondo

AN EX-PENTAGON official who researched UFOs for the US government as part of a shadowy program has said the world is finally facing the inconvenient truth about the phenomena. Lue Elizondo - a former US military intelligence officer - has become one of the leading figures calling for more disclosure after he first went public in 2017.


Lue Elizondo worked for the Pentagon to investigate UFOs Credit: Alamy3 Videos have been revealed showing US military encounters with UFOs - such as this incident known as 'Gimbal' at the head of the secret Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), Elizondo researched UFOs and spoke with U.S. military personnel who had witnessed the unexplained encounters — some of which were captured on video, such as the infamous Tic Tac. The unidentified objects exhibited extraordinary speed and moved in ways that seemed far beyond known human technology. And now the discussion of the phenomenon is at the center of Washington .


UFOs — now more commonly referred to as UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) in official circles — will be discussed tomorrow for the first time in decades in an official hearing on Capitol Hill — something Mr. Elizondo labeled as "historic."


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I guarded nuclear weapons and saw yellow orb-like UFOs fly over the top-secret base . US congressmen will have the chance to question defense and intelligence officials about what's happening in the sky - with objects reportedly flying close to nuclear bases and US warships . "I'm not a UFO guy, I'm not a UFO lie, I never have been and never will be," Mr Elizondo told The Sun Online.


“My job was to hunt terrorists and spies—then use those same skills to hunt UFOs. It's the same thing.” I didn't care if it was supernatural technology, the bottom line is that there was something beyond the controlled US airspace is performing in ways we can't — we need to figure it out." Mr Elizondo told The Sun Online that the highly anticipated hearing "will take a long time" —


But he said it's "just the beginning" and urged urging viewers to temper their expectations, he urged Washington DC to offer "amnesty and protection" to those locked into strict non-disclosure agreements so they can feel comfortable coming forward to discuss the topic. Elizondo accused some within the Pentagon of discrediting and defaming him, and he said others who would come forward to shed light on UFOs, this reaction might deter you from doing so. "If they're being prosecuted and accused of being fabrications, it doesn't help," he said. The truth can be scary - but in the end the truth is the truth


Luis Elizondo He described a culture within certain wings of the US government as falling on deaf ears to "uncomfortable" discussions about UFOs. "We find it difficult to make this clear to our leaders," Elizondo said. He would get questions like, "Well, then Lue, what is it?" - and all he could answer was "We don't know". “We spend billions of dollars to know everything in our air, and you're going to tell them we have no idea what they are?” There are institutions in our government that are used to having answers, they are paid to have answers and solving problems, so presenting them with a problem for which there is no solution is an uncomfortable conversation."


Lue Elizondo was a former United States military intelligence officer who helped track down terrorists after 9/11. Mr. Elizondo revealed also in his work he was often driven back by people who saw probes to UFOs as a potential "challenge" to their religion. Recognizing that he is a "man of faith", some people he met tried to reconcile the facts with their worldview instead of adjusting their worldview to the facts.


And the government's veil of secrecy surrounding the subject helped put the UFO topic on the periphery of conspiracy eories - something that is only now being broken down after decades. He compared the growing urge to reveal what the US knows about the mysterious craft to when humanity first came out of caves to gaze at the stars, or when humans started fires. The former intelligence official said the world will see a "paradigm shift" in our thinking — much like when the astronomer Galileo determined that Earth was not the center of the solar system.


"They tried to prosecute him, to put him to death, but in the end [the disclosure] didn't disrupt society and benefit the species," Mr Elizondo told The Sun Online. “In the end, the truth can be scary, but in the end the truth is the truth.” This is a topic that belongs to everyone — it doesn't belong to any particular government or organization.


“There's nothing secret about the fact that there's something in there our air is what we don't know what it is, we don't know where it comes from and we don't know how it works. But that's okay." "The only way we'll learn is if we ask the question — and if in the last 70 years we've been told not to ask the question and made us believe it's foolish or stupid, then that's a problem." ." He added: “It will take time and patience for the full truth to emerge – something that both Congress and the American people deserve.”


This is a global problem, not just an American one – people deserve the truth, what the truth may be. "Sunlight is the best antiseptic. It is important that transparency prevails and this is no exception." What's going on with UFOs in the US?


UFOs have moved from fringe conspiracy theories to a genuine national security debate in the US.


Pentagon officials took the unprecedented step to​​ three notable videos showing US encounters with UFOs. The debate over what the filmed phenomena were is still open, but it made it clear to everyone that something is in the air. Perhaps most notable was a video known as the "Tic Tac" - in which an unidentified object was chased by fighter planes.


The US also confirmed the existence​​ of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) — a $12 million Pentagon program set up to study UFOs before disbanding in 2012. It was eventually replaced by the UAP Task Force in June 2020 after a vote by the United States Senate Intelligence Committee. Defense chiefs have since confirmed a number of leaked UFO videos and photos submitted to the Task Force for investigation. Why this sudden urge for transparency?


No one outside the secret wings of the US government knows for sure at the moment.

And as an added addendum to a 5,500-page Covid relief bill passed in December, the director of national intelligence was ordered to prepare a report on UFOs within 180 days. The UAP report fell as expected on June 25, and while it doesn't give much away, it doesn't rule out anything either, as much of it remains classified.


The US appears to have recognized that UFOs - whatever they are - are real and pose a potential threat to national security, as they appear to be allowed to enter restricted airspace with impunity. Barack Obama and Bill Clinton have both discussed the topic and seemed to acknowledge that something is afoot - a huge reversal from previous utter denial that the government had anything to do with UFOs.


Are they aliens? Officially, the US stance is simply "we don't know yet" as further disclosure is expected in the coming months and years.

Elizondo told The Sun Online, “You can't put the cat back in the bag or the genie back in the bottle.” Even slow progress is progress. "There's a difference between doing things right and doing things now. We only get one chance to get this right." He joked as some people may be watching Tuesday expecting to hear revelations about "aliens hidden under Area 51" - he added that "will not happen".


Tomorrow at 10 a.m., the House Intelligence Subcommittee on Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation will hold its historic public hearing on UFOs.

Ronald S. Moultrie, Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security, and Scott W. Bray, Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence, will both answer questions about this highly controversial topic.


U.S. Congresswoman Andre Carson, the committee chair, said: "The American people expect and deserve that their government leaders and intelligence agencies seriously evaluate and address all potential national security risks — especially those we don't fully understand." And US Congressman Adam Schiff added: "There is still much to learn about UAP and the potential risks they could pose to our national security."


He described the issue as "one of the greatest mysteries of our time" and said he " hopes to break the cycle of excessive secrecy and speculation with truth and transparency".

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UFO-WOW!

Leaked Pentagon UFO Reports Reveal Shocking Photo of Mysterious 'Silver Cube' Over Atlantic Ocean and Fear of 'Aliens' Beneath Seas

  • Nicole Darrah , news reporter

  • New York

  • 2:52, December 4, 2020

  • Updated : 10:32, December 4, 2020


A leaked Pentagon photo of a mysterious "silver cube" hovering over the Atlantic Ocean has sparked fears of possible aliens living in the ocean. The Department of Defense's Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force has issued two classified intelligence "position reports," one in 2018 and one last summer," The Debrief reported Wednesday. A 2018 cockpit photo apparently shows an "unidentified aerial phenomenon." A cockpit photo was apparently included in 2018 showing an " unidentified aerial phenomenon " or UAP.


Thursday's Debrief shared the photo with Defense and reported that it was taken "from the cockpit of an F/A-18 fighter jet with a personal cell phone of a pilot" on the East Coast of the U.S. Three U.S. officials who saw the photo said the mysterious object was "cubic" and silver. The object looked like it was "floating" or motionless when the military pilots saw it. photo was leaked Thursday and published by The Debrief The three officials told The Debrief that based on the photo, the mysterious "cube" on Appeared to be flying 30,000 to 35,000 feet and was about 300 feet from the fighter jet.


"In decades with the [Intelligence Community], I've never seen anything like it," an intelligence officer told the news channel. According to an official, the report went through "normal, non-public information-sharing channels" and other protected communication sources, such as the official NSA intranet.


Earlier this year, the Pentagon established a task force to see if such aerial objects pose a threat. The Debrief reported that the unidentified object seen by pilots resembles a GPS drop probe, an atmospheric profiling device. But the Defense photo doesn't appear to have the GPS receiver tracking under the dropsonde's parachute. Former US Navy pilot David Fravor said earlier this year that he had spotted a bizarre Tic Tac-like shaped object off the coast of California.


The 2018 Pentagon report, as reported by the news outlet, apparently admitted that military officials were unable to determine where much of the UAP came from. The 2018 report is said to have provided a general overview of the UAP topic, detailing past military encounters, as well as a candid admission that the origins of many UAPs could not be determined. Sources told The Debrief that a "list" of possible explanations had been provided. The report apparently said the possibility that the UAP was "alien" or "non-human" is a legitimate consideration. A second report from this summer "went viral" among the intel community, an official said. The most shocking part of that report would be an "extremely clear" image of an "unidentifiable triangular aircraft". The strange object was spotted off the coast of California in November 2004.


US Department of Defense The photo, also taken from the cockpit of a military jet fighter, showed "an apparent spacecraft described as a large equilateral triangle." It looked like it had rounded or "blunt" edges and large, bulbous white "lights" in the corners. Former US Navy pilot David Fravor said earlier this year that he saw a Tic Tac-shaped object off the coast of California performing complex movements not natural to any man-made technology.


He insisted on the authenticity of what he saw on November 10, 2004, saying: "This is not the way we saw it and it was gone or I saw lights in the sky and it's gone - we looked at this thing on a crystal clear day with four trained observers." “We see this little white Tic Tac because we're about 6 feet above it and it's going north, south, north, south, and it's abrupt.


“It's aware of us and it's going to bloop and start coming, so it know we're there This is about five minutes The Department of Defense has released images of the bizarre unknown object Credit: US Department of Defense "I'm going to meet it and I'm probably half a mile away and it's coming over my nose and it accelerates and disappears at about 12,000 feet in less than half a second and it's gone," he said.


He said that when the flying object was over the sea, the water looked white, but when he and other fighter jets went there to inspect, it had turned blue again. When he landed, Fravor recounted his encounter to a colleague, Chad Underwood, who was able to locate the object and managed to get a video on his radar. Fravor claims that the radar then jammed due to the plane. After the release of a video of what happened, President Donald Trump called it "an amazing video" and questioned if it was real. Play Video Pentagon publishes naval videos showing 'unidentified aerial phenomena', including the infamous 'Tic Tac' clip


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