It may be time to drop the conspiracy labels and stop the giggling when discussing UFOs: The Pentagon has authenticated new footage of a transmedium vehicle (one that can travel through water and air). On May 14, documentary filmmaker Jeremy Corbell released a video that had been filmed on the USS Omaha by its Combat Information Center on July 15, 2019. Shortly after Corbell posted, Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough confirmed that the leaked footage is authentic, was shot by Navy personnel, and the UAP Task Force is examining it. And this past April, the Pentagon authenticated and declassified three videos of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) observed by the U.S. Navy in 2019. The American people can expect to learn more information regarding UAPs/UFOs when the Pentagon and other intelligence agencies are slated to release a report in late June.
In December 2020, President Donald Trump signed a $2.3 trillion COVID-19 relief bill that provided funding for more than the virus. The bill mandated the Pentagon and corresponding intelligence agencies report their findings and intel on UAPs. National security and intelligence officials have historically been reluctant to disclose information to the public, but they are now obligated to be transparent on what they know.
Luis Elizondo, former director of the no-longer secretive Pentagon Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), has shared his excitement and knowledge on the subject despite his lifelong non-disclosure agreement with the Pentagon. He claims there is an undeniable link between nuclear technology and UAP activity, citing as evidence that UAPs have, in the past, disabled U.S. nuclear activities. If true, such evidence could be included in the June report.
Details So Far
UFOs witnessed by military officials make abrupt turns, travel about 10,000 miles per hour, and defy the laws of physics and scientific understanding. Some travel from between 50 to 80,000 feet above land and others have been seen moving underwater. These transmedium vehicles can withstand gravitational forces that would tear apart military aircraft 100 times over. With no wings, propellers, or other physical elements needed to support an aircraft, the UAPs’ ability to move and fly is perplexing.
In a 60 Minutes interview with Bill Whitaker on May 16, Elizondo, along with other former military personnel, shared their knowledge. Former Navy Lieutenant Ryan Graves said that members of his F/A-18 fighter squadron experienced frequent, almost daily sightings in restricted airspace over Virginia Beach from 2015 to 2017. The June report may include detailed information on UAPs that have been spotted in the Virginia Beach area. Graves is “worried” about threats to national security, because if aircraft from Russia, China, Iran, or another foreign nation were flying in U.S. restricted airspace, the military and federal government would be seriously concerned.
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), also featured in the 60 Minutes episode, shared Graves’ fears. Categorizing anything unauthorized in the restricted area as a threat, Rubio believes the government should analyze the information collected to find out with what we are dealing. Rubio is frustrated with the “stigma” on Capitol Hill regarding UFOs because it restricts the serious conversation. Following the Pentagon’s release of information in June, that stigma could fade out and concern take its place.
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