Pentagon says UFO video is real, as UFO hearing looms

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Washington is starting to open up about footage of UFOs taken by U.S. military personnel over the last few years.

1. Navy personnel on ship, scanning w binoculars, strange light moves over sea
2. Ship’s surveillance monitors and operators, zoom to monitor showing UFO footage
3. Surveillance monitor shows object being tracked, object disappears into water
4. Two F-18s take off from Oceana AFB, climb into sky
5. Camera follows F-18 as it encounters UFO, starts turning with UFO
6. F-18 banks sharply to follow UFO, which stays in tight turn as it rotates freakishly

VOICEOVER (in English):
CBS News reports that the Pentagon has confirmed that strange footage taken aboard the USS Omaha in 2019 is being investigated by its UAP Task Force, after Navy personnel recorded video of UAPs, or Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon, exhibiting characteristics that defy our current understanding of physics.

After decades of public denial regarding UFOs, the Pentagon now admits that there’s something out there, and the U.S. Senate has ordered the military to deliver a report on the mysterious sightings by June 2021.

Luis Elizondo, who ran the Pentagon’s top-secret UFO program, has warned the report could reveal the greatest US intelligence failings since 9/11.

“Imagine a technology that can do 6-to-700 G-forces, that can fly at 13,000 miles an hour, that can evade radar and that can fly through air and water, and possibly space,” he told CBS News.

“And oh, by the way, has no obvious signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces and yet still can defy the natural effects of Earth’s gravity. That’s precisely what we’re seeing.”

SOURCES: CBS News, ABC News, The Guardian, CNN, Carolina Coastline



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