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Navy Pilot Claims UFO Committed Act of War

Anyone following UFO news lately has no doubt heard of the “Tic Tac” UFO footage. The incredible footage was first leaked by Tom DeLonge (lead singer/guitaristof Blink-182) and his investigative group back in 2017, and just this year, the videos were confirmed as authentic by the Pentagon. In short, United States Navy pilots filmed an unidentified flying object that was shaped like an oval Tic Tac candy back in 2004. The object was tracked, but then flew away at incredible speeds. The pilots didn’t see anything that would indicate this was a conventional aircraft such as wings or engines. Just an oval shaped craft that seemed to defy the laws of physics.

Now one of the pilots, Retired Cmdr. David Fravor, is speaking out about what he saw, and claims that the UFO may have committed an act of war.

Tic Tac UFO Committed Act of War
Tic Tac UFO, filmed in 2004 by the US Navy.

Fravor states that he, his copilot, and another fighter with two pilots, were ordered to investigate some radar anomalies, and that’s when he spotted the Tic Tac-shaped object, a craft that he claims was able to turn on a dime and evade radar detection. He said it was “like nothing I’ve ever seen” and that 3 other pilots witnessed the object and its maneuvers, all on a clear day in broad daylight. Fravor added than when he tried to position his plane closer to the object, it sped off at incredible (and impossible to us) speeds and was completely gone in half a second.

The “act of war” part comes into play when Fravor claims he aimed his radar at the object to get a better idea of what they were chasing – and the object seemingly jammed their radar signal. This, according Fravor, is technically an act of war. Now, that’s not to say this object, whatever it may have been, was being aggressive. If this was in fact an extraterrestrial craft, it may not have realized it was jamming the radar, or may not have known that jamming radar would be seen as an act of aggression. If this was some other phenomenon, perhaps electromagnetic in nature, it could just be a side effect of the phenomenon occurring. Either way, stories like this are fascinating, because it’s verified proof that trained fighter pilots saw something – unidentified aerial phenomenon, if you will – that they couldn’t explain, and that it behaved in ways that we cannot duplicate with current technology.

In a related story, Japan has just informed its Self-Defense Forces what to do in the event that they encounter a UAP (unidentified aerial phenomenon) or UFO. In essence, they are to do exactly what these US Navy pilots did – record the phenomenon as much as possible for further analysis. And in early August, the U.S. Department of Defense announced the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, a unit specializing in investigating UFOs and UAPs. This announcement came shortly after the Pentagon publicly declassified three Navy videos of alleged UFOs filmed by fighter pilots, including Fravor’s “Tic Tac” footage.

To UFO enthusiasts, this is all exciting news. While it’s not exactly the government coming out and declaring that aliens exist and are visiting us, it’s at least an admission on their part that something unusual is going on, and even they can’t (or won’t) fully explain it at this time. Interesting times are ahead, I think…