Navy Pilot Says Fleet of UFOs Followed US Aircraft

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During training missions between 2014 and 2015, seasoned pilots of the U.S. Navy experienced several encounters with UFOs. Impossible flying objects moving at hypersonic speeds at altitudes up to 30,000 feet were recorded on their aircraft cameras and radar. Pilots reported that these unidentified flying objects had no visible means of propulsion.

Six pilots reported seeing UFOs from the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt between 2014 and 2015 during flights along Virginia to Florida.

Two of the involved pilots share their stories in a documentary series of History Channel featuring two aerial encounters. They show clips of one little white speck and one giant, dark blob. These unusual objects are later known as Go Fast and Gimbal, respectively.

According to Lt Danny Accoin, these UFOs had no distinct wing, tail, and exhaust plume and somewhat aware of their presence as these mysterious objects would actively move around them.

The lieutenant said that it was possible to say that it was just a false alarm when an unusual reading showed up on the radar for the first time, but it was another story as they got multiple sensors reading the exact the same thing.

Accoin stated that he encountered UFOs twice and his tracking equipment, radar and infrared cameras on aircraft detected UFOs both times but did not manage to capture them on his helmet camera.

F-18 pilot Lt. Ryan Graves claimed that a squadron of UFOs followed his Navy strike group for months in the eastern coast of the U.S. Graves said the UFOs reappeared in March 2015, after Roosevelt was deployed to the Arabian Gulf.

The lieutenant said that they had issues with the UFOs when they went out to the Middle East.

Following this spate of UFO sightings, the U.S. Navy issued official guidelines in 2015 for personnel to report and investigate UFOs. Earlier this year, those Navy protocols were updated, mandating that all data will be classified information and won’t be available to the general public.

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