The United States Navy has confirmed the sighting of three unidentified objects / phenomena by their aircraft, which took place in December 2017 and in March 2018. The video of the sightings was widely used online and had led to hypotheses of all kinds, including the possibility that these are foreign vehicles. The navy's admission that it can not understand the nature of the objects with certainty may now lead to new theories, even if the military invites them not to use an "unidentified flying object" (UFO) for these sightings
Answering Some Questions on the Website Black Vault Collecting a Large Quantity of Public Documents Received by Institutions, Deputy Speaker Joseph Gradisher, Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare, said, "The Navy defines the objects contained in these videos as unidentified aerial phenomena. " The definition is considered to be the most appropriate for detecting unauthorized flying objects in airspace used for military operations.
Two of the three videos were released in mid-December 201
In one of the two videos a high sensor precision detects the presence of an object on the horizon, making maneuvers relatively fast, before the crew is surprised at high speed.
In March 2018, DeLonge's organization published a third video, revealing a strange object in the sky that was always detected by the sensors of a military aircraft.
Despite the high quality of the sensor, the images of the three videos are not well defined to understand the nature of the items taken back. For this reason, the Navy has finally confirmed that it has treated the three sightings as "unidentified aerial phenomena".
According to experts, the definition chosen by the Navy is of great importance, since it is the first time that the existence is officially recognized these objects in the three videos. The filming should not have been made public, and it is therefore rare for the navy to intervene to confirm its authenticity and to admit that it could not recognize the sighted phenomena.
In an interview with Washington Post Gradisher attempted to clarify some of his statements. He explained that "unidentified aerial phenomenon" is a long-used idiom and that it is usually preferred to the "unidentified flying object", since the latter now has a special connotation used by conspiracy theorists and followers without any concrete evidence of contact with foreign life forms. The pilots themselves do not use "UFOs" in their reports because they fear they will not be taken seriously by their superiors.
Although there are not enough elements to support this with absolute certainty, Gradisher does not exclude that the objects recorded in the videos were drones to make amateur and semi-professional footage: "These raids pose risks to the safety of our pilots and our activities, and that's what the Navy is investigating. "
The term UFO was first used by the United States Air Force in the early 1950s to accurately display unidentified objects after the necessary controls. The term gradually became synonymous with "flying saucers" and extraterrestrial spaceships for public opinion, also due to some conspiracy theories and alleged "alien abductions".
The Earth Is Guarded by Dozens of Satellites in Orbit For the observations and counts of hundreds of telescopes pointed at the heavens, an alien spaceship would probably have been sighted far ahead of military aircraft or amateur observations upon arrival. Most experts and scientists are skeptical and scientific about the phenomenon and remember that in the big "UFO" category over the decades a bit of everything has ended, with phenomena that are also very different, some easy to explain and others for which you are still seeking a convincing explanation.