US Navy confirms UFO recordings
The US Navy has confirmed that the 2015 UFO images are authentic. The recordings of the unknown flying objects were made by navy pilots.
The navy cannot or will not say what can be seen in the images. “They are unidentified objects,” spokesman Joe Gradisher told CNN. The clips, released by To The Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences between December 2017 and March 2018, appear to show fast-moving, elongated objects captured by advanced infrared sensors.
The objects shown in the three released clips are so-called “unidentified aerial phenomena,” said Gradisher. Images from 2004 show a pilot sighting a flying object, after which the object accelerates to such an extent that it disappears from view and can no longer be located.
Two videos from 2015 contain audio recordings of two pilots trying to understand what they just saw.
“It’s af **** g drone, dude,” one pilot tells his colleague.
“My God, they are all flying into the wind.”
“Look at that thing, man.”
Gradisher said the Navy’s transparency on unidentified aerial phenomena is largely done to encourage trainees to report “raids” they see at the airport that threaten the safety of pilots.