Three UFO videos declassified by the Pentagon — they only 'scratch the surface' of what people know nothing about

Three UFO videos declassified by the Pentagon — they only 'scratch the surface' of what people know nothing about
Three UFO videos have been declassified by Pentagon, but even they don’t know what they’re looking atDepartment of Defence

  • Three videos of the American Navy spotting unidentified flying objects (UFOs) during training flights were declassified by the Pentagon.
  • Even though the videos have ‘officially’ been released, even the Department of Defence has been unable to identify the flying objects.
  • The videos had originally surfaced in 2017 and date back to 2004.
Three videos of the American Navy interacting with unidentified flying objects (UFOs) were declassified and shared online by the Pentagon — headquarters for the US Department of Defence (DoD).

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? It’s definitely not Superman. In fact, even the brightest minds of the US military can’t hone in on what these objects might be. The debate around the unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and aliens is decades old, spanning back to the creation of the pyramids.

Some suggest ancient relics — like the Egyptian pyramids, the Nasca lines, the Stonehenge and the Incan Teotihuacan — seem to defy the technological capabilities of the time, indicating that they could have either been built by aliens, or by following a manual given by them.

In modern times, endless ‘expert testimony’ from pilots, astronauts and others have all claimed to have seen odd aircraft in the skies. And, there’s no denying that they definitely saw ‘something’ but whether or not it’s of alien origin is another story.

No one has been able to conclusively prove that there’s anything extraterrestrial going on so far.


These videos have already been around on the Internet for a while, but this is the first time that the DoD has publicly acknowledged their existence. The clips — FLIR, GOFAST and GIMBAL — show mysterious-looking aircraft moving at hypersonic speeds, miles above the surface of the Earth with no discernible wings, engine or any kind of propulsion mechanism.

“DoD is releasing the videos in order to clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real, or whether or not there is more to the videos,” it said in a statement.

The three videos show what pilots saw during training flights in 2004 and 2015. The videos were originally made public by the New York Times and the founder of To The Stars Academy, former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge.

Last year, the US Navy confirmed the veracity of the videos but this is the first time that the DoD formally released the footage.

These videos only ‘scratch the surface’
To be clear, nobody is implying that these aircraft have anything to do with alien visitors or outer space— just that their existence can’t be explained or identified. And, there may be a lot more out there.

Senator Harry Reid believes that it only “scratches the surface” of the data that is available. Reid is no stranger to UFOs. In 2007, he helped steer funding of nearly $22 million towards a mission to investigate the strange sightings.

US President Trump, on the other hand, has always refuted the hype around UFos. “People are saying they’re seeing UFOs. Do I believe it? Not particularly,” he said in an interview with ABC.

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