US military intelligence report on UFOs is inconclusive
Despite a spike in reports of UFO sightings an intelligence report investigating over 120 incidents recorded over the last 20-years, concluded there’s no evidence that any of the unidentified flying objects (“UFOs”) sighted by military pilots were of alien origin. They could not however, rule out the existence of aliens.
The footage however tells a different story and could easily be the most captivating and exciting news to be witnessed as we air on the verge of a paradigm shift unlike anything in the world’s history of mankind.
Watch Gadi Schwartz’s full interview on NBC with Retired Navy Commander David Fravor on the unidentified object he saw flying in the sky during a training mission in 2004:
The report commissioned by The Pentagon in December last year required the Director of National Intelligence to report on the U.S. government’s knowledge of unidentified aerial phenomena “UAPs”, more commonly known as UFOs.
The report is to be submitted to US Congress by end of this month and the unclassified part will be made public. The classified parts of the report however will remain secret.
Enthusiasts and lawmakers have been trying to encourage more public disclosure.
John Radcliffe, Trump’s former Intelligence Director said that “Military pilots and satellites recorded lots more sightings of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, than have been made public”
“Some of those have been declassified. And when we talk about sightings, we are talking about objects that have been seen by navy or air force pilots, or have been picked up by satellite imagery”
“Actions that are difficult to explain, movements that are hard to replicate, that we don’t have the technology for, or traveling at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom”
U.S. government could not rationalise the aerial displays, nor some of the footage recorded by US Navy pilots.
According to the New York Times, the report determined that all the worldwide military sightings were not connected with unknown or secret military or government technology.
The report however, provided no explanation for what US pilots saw when objects were reported “spinning”, traveling faster than the speed of sound and then mysteriously disappearing.
Sue Gough, a Pentagon spokesperson declined on Friday to comment on recent news stories around the intelligence report, stating that they are “actively working with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on the report”.
The report presents more questions than answers, leaving the question unanswered, are we alone in this Universe and does life exist elsewhere?
Watch the short interview (14 minutes) with 60 Minutes on CBS News below containing amazing footage released by the U.S Navy and eyewitness accounts by the military officers who encountered the sightings:
Until 1992 it wasn’t clear whether there were even other planets outside of ours. Now, we have discovered over 3855 and thousands more many light years away. Do they support life that we have just not discovered? The answers may be near.