UFOs over a US Navy combat ship travel at speeds of more than 160mph

It’s a big world out there, and the US Navy sends its ships all over the place, monitoring and defending the U.S. coastline.  The ships in question are called “Littoral Combat Ships” and they are designed to be smaller than the average ship, in order to avoid detection by enemy submarines and aircraft.

On November 25, 2002, while the US Navy’s USS Cole attacked the Islamic terrorist organization al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula’s (AQAP) base in the Yemeni port-city of al-Majalah, a bright white UFO flew over the ship. The oscillating object was more than 1,000 feet wide, and the Navy reported that the UFO travelled at speeds over 160 mph.

The issue of unidentified flying objects (commonly referred to as UFOs) continues to attract the attention of authorities. There are countless reports of such sightings, and opinions differ. Some believe they are connected to spy networks of rival countries. Others think it’s part of a highly classified military mission. Others believe it is an attempt by aliens from other planets to make contact with earthlings. In today’s highly competitive world, every country is trying to outsmart its competitors, and advanced surveillance techniques are still possible. These UFOs could be such devices. The Daily Mail UK reports a video from two years ago showing a UFO falling into the Pacific Ocean near San Diego. This is confirmed by military radar. It shows more than a dozen of these UFOs flying at high speed over a U.S. Navy warship. In August, the Pentagon began an investigation into UFO sightings by U.S. military aircraft.

UFO images in July 2019

In July 2019, U.S. Navy sailors aboard the USS Omaha saw a UFO floating in the ocean. It had a spherical shape. Investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell released the footage. He posted another video showing sailors on the Omaha looking at military radar. There seemed to be more than a dozen objects around the warship. The Daily Mail UK writes that the sailors were trying to measure their speed, which turned out to be very high. Corbell did not disclose the source of the videos and said they came from anonymous sources. The military apparently knows nothing about the origin of UFOs or their purpose. A news report from December 2017 raises the question of whether UFOs visit us from time to time.

UFO sightings by members of the US Navy

There have been several instances of UFOs being seen by US Navy personnel. One of them involves a U.S. Navy pilot who, along with his colleagues, has seen these objects fairly regularly off the coast of Virginia. A former Navy lieutenant says UFOs, or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs), are a threat to national security. The Daily Mail UK reports that he made the comments in an interview with the media at 16. May said. He says there were similar sightings in protected airspace between 2015 and 2017. The officer is still talking about a meeting at the same time. It happened off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida. In January, former President Donald Trump called for a comprehensive UFO investigation within 180 days. The government may release a report on these incidents in June. The origin of UFOs remains shrouded in mystery. As the former director of national intelligence explains, these observations are made by Navy or Air Force pilots, or by satellite imagery. So, authentic. Moreover, it is not easy to reproduce their movements and speed.

Some UFOs can travel in water

According to the New York Post, Las Vegas-based investigative journalist George Knapp knows a lot about UFOs. He admits that the origin of these objects is mysterious. In the case of those from other countries, they have demonstrated superior skills. They could go into the ocean and move around on the water as easily as in the air. The Pentagon has confirmed an 18-second video showing three UFOs hovering over the USS Russell in July 2019. Defense officials will submit a detailed report to Congress next month on everything the government knows about UFOs. We need to be clear on this. This will help to dispel misconceptions, as sightings of unmanned aerial vehicles or UFOs are a worldwide phenomenon. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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