The naval base first said that there was no firing happened when contacted by the media. However, their statements changed saying that the firing was only a navy drill between 8 and 9 in the evening. The action in the video was seemingly shot between 9 and 10 PM on the same night of the scheduled Navy drill.
The change of statement by the naval base poses questions as to why the naval base initially denied any news of firing only to retract it later. According to the analysis by experts, the naval base does not have the capability to conduct such drills. Furthermore, residents said that there were no other recorded drills run during night time on the entire history of the naval base. There were reported sightings over the same area of an orange fireball on the night prior to the firing incident. Are they related?
At first the video seems to show ordinary lights but after it was analysed, one can see aggressive firing in the night sky. Furthermore, it seems that the firing was not from the naval base but from an apparent triangle-shape object shooting at another big UFO. The action can be likened to a box office movie “Star Wars.”
Both objects are believed to have stealth capability because they can’t be seen by only using the naked eye. The objects can only be seen using night vision professional camcorder. According to analytical results, something were firing at something about four miles in length.
The Counter Intelligence Agency of South Africa confirms that they are currently analysing the original video. The agency said that the video is real and not tampered by any means. They said that the one who shot the video is a credible law enforcement personnel. They added that the incident is very alarming considering the possibility that foreign entities could fly in a protected facility without being detected.