We’ve posted videos and written about these US Navy UFO/UAP videos over the past few years (see relevant links below). This week, the Navy has finally admitted that the videos are real. The objects captured by Navy pilots are unidentified and inexplicable. Navy spokesman Joseph Gradisher told reporters:
“The Navy designates the objects contained in these videos as unidentified aerial phenomena.”
The videos show UAPs with audio of confused pilots discussing the sightings. The Navy states that the videos have never been cleared for public release hinting that the original leaks several years ago, along with news that the Navy was continuing to run a top-secret UAP investigative program (the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program), were purposefully released by Navy personnel who felt the public should know about the sightings.
The videos, referred to variously as the “FLIR1,” “Gimbal” and “GoFast” videos, are now designated as credible evidence. It’s important to note that the sightings occurred around the same time as the leak of the Chilean Navy video, the NORAD-tracked object over Oregon. and the deluge of UAP sightings over Connecticut.