Pentagon Released UFO videos taken by US Navy
The Pentagon on Monday released three declassified videos that show us Navy pilots encountering what appears to be unidentified flying objects.
The videos, which the Pentagon says “unexplained aerial phenomena,” were previously released, with some believing they show unidentified flying objects.
The Pentagon said it released the footage to clear up any misconceptions by the general public on whether the viral footage was real or whether there’s more to the videos, Department of Defense website said.
“After a radical review, the department has declared that the authorized release of these secret videos doesn’t reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems, and doesn’t strike any subsequent investigations of military air space incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena,” the statement said.
The videos had been “circulating within the ownership after unauthorized releases in recent years,” the statement said, “the aerial phenomena observed within the videos remain characterized as unidentified” statement added.
The three videos show what the US navy saw during training flights in 2004 and 2015. The NY Times released two of the videos back in 2017. The other video was published to the celebs Academy of Arts and Science group, a media and science organization.
The release of the videos by the Pentagon adds to the legitimacy of the videos and may spur more speculation that humans have recently interacted with extra-terrestrials.
The Navy has guidelines for reporting UFO sightings. In response, the previous Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, from Nevada, tweeted the three videos “only scratches the surface of research and materials available.”