The video showing UFOs over US Navy warship is authentic, a Pentagon spokeswoman confirmed.
Last month we informed you about a series of incidents that took place in the Northern California Archipelago in July 2019, when a series of unidentified flying objects stalked several US Navy ships for several nights. At the time, we didn’t have the video evidence available, but it has now been leaked to researchers.
The shocking images were given to a documentarian named Jeremy Corbell, and show UFOs swarming over one of the vessels. And most surprising of all, they were confirmed as true by the Pentagon: “I can confirm that the photos and videos referred to were taken by Navy personnel,” Defense Department spokeswoman Sue told the Futurism portal.
Here’s Corbell’s video:
The short clip, apparently filmed with some kind of night vision equipment, appears to show objects that are triangular or pyramidal in shape floating above the deck of a Navy destroyer.
“This was taken at the USS Russell deployment,” Corbell told Mystery Wire earlier this week. “Show what they described as vehicles. And they made a great distinction. They made sure in this classified briefing to make a big distinction, clarifying that this is not about anything from the US, not a black project or something from a foreign army, that these objects are behaving in ways that we did not expect. Furthermore, they have a non-aerodynamic shape…. Like pyramids! They are flying pyramids! “
Corbell details that the video was effectively captured in July 2019 and corresponds to the incidents that, as we clarified at the beginning of this news.
UAPTF (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force) Investigated The Video Showing UFOs Over US Navy Warship
The video, as well as several photos also obtained by Corbell, were collected by the UAPTF, a group that the Defense Department has previously confirmed is investigating encounters between the US military and unidentified flying objects.
Gough, the Defense Department spokeswoman, said the new video is in fact part of this task force’s investigation.
“The UAPTF has included these incidents in its ongoing examinations,” She said by email. “As we said before, to maintain the safety of operations and avoid revealing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, the DoD does not publicly discuss the details of observations or examinations of reported raids in our training grounds or airspace designated, including those incursions initially designated as UAP ”.
Needless to say, the incident could have been a hoax, an optical illusion, or it could have any number of other disappointing explanations. But, according to the Pentagon, Corbell’s eerie video shows a true close encounter.
Source: Futurism .