The existence of aliens and extraterrestrials are the most debatable questions of all time. Lots of people seem to ask instances at TV, radios, newspapers and within many scenarios. However, they are provided an unclear reply. The reality will be in which aliens do exist as properly as declaring “yes” for you to this sort of a major question unquestionably demand some heavy explanations that may follow. The statement is true for the U.S. Air Force General Gerald W. “Jerry” Johnson, who reported witnessing a strange object in Los Angeles while hovering an F-84G aircraft in 1952. The video was posted on July 8, 2015, to YouTube by Mutual UFO Network. Johnson had a distinguished career in Air Force having 33 years with active service in the Second World War. According to him, the two extraterrestrial discs approached his plane flying in close formation. As the discs flew, one flew above and the other below. The surprised pilot closely focused his attention on the other direction to witness the discs flying away.
He collaborated with the ground control and asked about another airplane flying in the vicinity, but they answered negatively. Johnson’s testimony is considered remarkable, and this is being shown by the UFO community who created a buzz about it. Statements by professional pilots are highly valued because they have considered the evidence of reliable witnesses. In a declassified intelligence on the sighting being filed by John E. Albert, the intelligence officer Major in 1952, Johnson said the discs had no noticeable means of thrust and no visible exhaust or trail. The details suggest to enthusiasts that a flying machine was merely a product of advanced technology. When you consider the 1952 incident, it is improbable that the U.S. Army was engaged clandestinely in researching and developing a flying disc based on technology as sophisticated as stated in Johnson’s report. Did Johnson encounter an extraterrestrial vessel on that Sunday morning?