The Pentagon Officially Publishes Three Videos By The United States Navy Chasing UFOs (VIDEOS)

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The Navy has released the entire “FLIR”, “GOFAST” and “GIMBAL”, or what is the same, has made three videos about unidentified flying objects official ” in order to clarify any erroneous idea of ​​the public about whether the images that have been circulating were true or not, or if there is more in the videos.” Nothing that was not already known.

The truth is that these three clips do not really bring anything new to what we have already seen in the past. In fact, they are the same. Subsequent to the publication of the videos, a press release was released explaining the following:

The Department of Defense has authorized the publication of three unrated videos from the Navy, one taken in November 2004 and the other two in January 2015, which have been circulating in the public domain after being published unauthorized in 2007 and 2017. The US Navy. USA previously recognized that these videos circulating were in fact videos of the Navy. After a thorough review, the department has determined that the authoritative posting of these unrated videos does not reveal sensitive capabilities or systems, and does not affect subsequent investigations of incursions into military airspace by unidentified flying objects. DOD is releasing the videos to clear up any misconceptions from the public as to whether or not the footage they’ve been circulating was real, or if there is more to the videos. The aerial phenomena observed in the videos remain characterized as “unidentified”. The posted videos can be found in the FOIA Command reading room at Naval Air Systems Command. ”

Bottom line: The Navy released the videos previously released by the New York Times and former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge’s UFO research group, To the Stars Academy, in 2017. Why re-post them if we already knew they were real ? The Navy says that to avoid misunderstandings, but the truth is that there were none.

As we said at the time, these clips show, beyond conspiracies and the like, that the Pentagon has seriously devoted its resources to UFO investigation, in at least these three cases. Additionally, according to Popular Mechanics , the Navy has a classified version of the FLIR video, shot in 2004 off the California coast. ” The people who witnessed the UFOs said they had seen a higher definition version of the video, ” the outlet reported. [ Popular Mechanics, Jalopnik ]

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