A leaked US Navy UFO sighting video shows a mysterious object disappearing into the water. The US defense departments have confirmed that military personnel recorded the video.
Documentary filmmaker and UFO enthusiasts Jeremy Corbell released the footage that shows an unidentified flying object (UFO) vanishing into the water off California in the US. ACCORDING TO CORBELL, the US Navy captured the footage off the coast of San Diego in July 2019.
The video shows a black spherical object captured in an infrared camera. The UFO is seen flying over the ocean and then disappearing into the water.
“It splashed,” a military person can be heard saying as the object vanishes. Corbell released the leaked footage on May 15.
The US Department of Defense has confirmed military personnel recorded the video.
Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, established in 2020 to look into the nature and origins of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, will review and analyse the video.
Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough confirmed that Navy personnel recorded the video and that the UAPTF included it in their ongoing examinations.
The leaked UFO video has garnered more than 9 lakh views on Twitter and has been widely shared on other social media.
Jeremy Corbell said that the UFO looked like a transmedium, capable of traveling through air and water.
Don’t forget to install our Android App for the latest UFO news & videos!Link: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.latestufosightings.app
Jeremy Corbell mentioned that it is noted in intelligence reports that the UFO could not be found after it entered the water. A submarine was utilized in the search, but they recovered nothing.
According to Corbell, a member of the Navy aboard the USS Omaha recorded the footage on July 15, 2019.
In 2019, the Navy reported several Unidentified Aerial Phenomena sightings, the Pentagon’s term for UFO sightings. The USS Omaha was one of the vessels that observed the UFO close to the coast of California.
In 2020, the Pentagon officially released three UFO clips recorded by Navy pilots in 2004 and 2005.