Pentagon Declassifies Three Navy Videos of UFOs
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Pentagon Declassifies Three Navy Videos of UFOs

During times like this, when most of the nation’s attention is focused on news of the pandemic and people are wondering when the nation will go back to “normal,” it’s always fascinating to watch out for the smaller stories that pop up, and what information may be released under the radar, so to speak. Two years ago, some intriguing videos were leaked online, allegedly showing Navy pilots filming unidentified aircraft they had encountered in the skies. The videos aren’t new, and are in fact fairly well-known in the UFO community. But the Pentagon has finally officially declassified three of these videos taken by Navy pilots that allegedly show UFOs.

They’re putting the truth out there.

The Defense Department has declassified three well-known UFO videos, acknowledging that the footage was shot by US Navy pilots, according to news reports.

The videos, one taken in 2004 and two in 2015, were released after federal officials determined the footage “does not reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems,” and “does not impinge on any subsequent investigations,” the department said in a statement Monday.

“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,” the statement said. “The aerial phenomena observed in the videos remain characterized as ‘unidentified.’”

The videos were initially published in 2017 and 2018 by the To The Stars Academy, a UFO research group founded by former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge, and in the New York Times, Vice reported Monday.

One of the clips, identified as FLIR.mp4, shows a dark circular object flying far in front of a jet.

A second, identified as GOFAST.wmv, shows a small object racing over land at astonishing speed. The third, GIMBAL.wmv, shows a circular object first speeding, then seeming to slow and come closer to the pilot’s camera. All of the videos are well-known to UFO buffs.

The videos provide “tantalizing evidence” that US airmen have spotted and filmed the UFOs, Vice said. The Pentagon has in the past been inconsistent in its acknowledgment of the existence of the videos, the outlet said.

While it’s nice that the Pentagon is finally acknowledging that the videos are authentic (in that yes, these were indeed taken by US Navy pilots), that is still a far cry from the government admitting that these are extraterrestrial craft. I’m not sure we will ever get that admission from them, and honestly, they may be just as in the dark about what these objects are as we are. But…babysteps.