A New York Times article published over the weekend exposed the existence of a Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, a dark money funded program within the Department of Defense that studied alleged UFO reports, reportedly from 2007-2012.
In addition to the revelation that there was (and probably still is) a government funded alien hunting program, several videos obtained during the program showing U.S. Naval jets encountering what appear to be UFO’s have been released. Objectively, it may be the most compelling evidence released to the public proving the existence of alien spacecraft visiting Earth.
The first video shows radar and audio from two Navy F/A-18F fighter jets off the San Diego coast in 2004. The pilots can be overheard trying to figure out what the hell they’re looking at, and comment that there are an entire fleet of similar craft in the area. The radar video shows the UFO doing aerial maneuvers and rotating at full speed. This is nuts.
Another video released shows an encounter between U.S. Navy pilot, Cmdr. David Fravor and an unidentified craft off the California coast in 2004. There isn’t any audio, but after tracking the UFO on radar for a period of time, the craft completely disappears from the screen at the end. When asked to describe what he saw that day, Fravor said, “Something not from the Earth.”
These videos are remarkable. These aren’t tinfoil hat wearing hippies taking camcorder videos while high on Peyote in the Utah desert, they’re highly trained Naval pilots. This is legitimate documentary evidence. It can also be confirmed that these are not the same Navy pilots that recently drew a dong in the sky recently.
Both of the UFO’s were filmed off the California coast, so maybe they’re just scoping out the prime real estate to grab after the coming invasion.