A Newly leaked Navy video A clip obtained by a documentary filmmaker and shared with NBC News appears to show an unidentified flying object disappearing into the waters off the California coast.
The video was captured by a US Navy aircraft in July 2019 and recorded at the USS Omaha Combat Information Center. According to the filmmaker Jeremy Corbel.
The clip appears to show a spherical object flying over the surface of the water for a few minutes near San Diego before it suddenly disappears.
I heard a soldier say in the video, “I bounced.”
The Pentagon has confirmed that the clip has been recorded by Navy personnel and reviewed by the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force of the Department, a panel established last year. “Get insight” To the “property and origin” of such objects.
The video was released a few days before “60 minutes” Broadcast the interview With two former US Navy pilots who remembered being dispatched to investigate “multiple anomalous aircraft” that descended 80,000 feet in less than a second. The incident also occurred off San Diego in 2004.
One of the pilots, Cmdr. Dave Fravor told “60 Minutes” that he found a “small white Tic-Tac-like object” moving over the surface of the water before it disappeared. A few seconds later, their ship — USS Princeton — said the object had reappeared on radar 60 miles away.
In an interview with Christopher Mellon, a former Supreme Defense Official of the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, there was “a lot of continuity” between recent reports of unidentified flying objects and reports decades ago. Said that.
“What we see is a few different things,” he said. “You may see 50-foot objects that move at hypersonic speeds and can get into orbit or descend from altitudes that can exceed 100,000 feet.”
Melon added that the stigma associated with reporting such a phenomenon has long quieted witnesses — emotions echoed by one of the US Navy pilots interviewed by “60 Minutes.”
“As for the beer we said,’Hey, when I see this solo, I don’t know what I said when I came back,’ said Major Alex Dietrich.” When I say it, it’s so crazy. Because I can hear it. “
The report will come in a few weeks After a long story in the New Yorker What is called “the way the Pentagon started taking UFOs seriously” looked at the work of journalist Leslie Kean.
Reported four years ago at Keen’s New York Times Co-authored a scoop About the Pentagon spending millions of dollars on a threat-identifying program investigating fast-moving unidentified aircraft with no obvious signs of propulsion.