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US Navy Confirms Leaked UFO Videos To Be Real

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We all that the Area 51 thing was the climax in terms of the search for what the US government has been hiding. But we thought wrong as this hunger has gone on for years and is not likely to end anytime soon. But something else really weird happened. The US Navy did confirm that leaked videos showing a strange aircraft to be real.

The three UFO videos had been leaking to the public over the past two years. This is something that the US Navy has openly stated as a regret. The spokesperson for the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare released a statement saying, “The Navy designates the objects contained in these videos as unidentified aerial phenomena.

Ironically, this was to Black Vault, a website dedicated to exposing secrets and revealing declassified government documents. With the military’s tendency to use UAP in place of UFO, the Navy described the footages as “unclassified”. However, the clips have not been formally cleared for release to the public. Which is funny considering everyone has already seen it.

The footage did obviously cause a sensation everywhere once released by different media sites like The Washington Post and The New York Times. In one of the videos, two Navy pilots tracked an unidentified object flying off the East Coast in 2015. One of the pilots is heard exclaiming, “Wow! What is that, man? Look at that flying!”

In a similar instance, a foreign object shaped like candy was seen descending from 60,000 feet to 50 feet in a matter of seconds off the coast of California in 2004. One pilot described a disturbance up to the size of a football field in the water at the same time.

Moreover, a U.S. Navy Super Hornet pilot almost collided with an unidentified flying object during a mission in 2014. Now all this may sound like pure speculation. This is considering the debate surrounding the existence of alien beings will likely never ever end.

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But with such a confirmation from the US Navy, the argument is likely to get more heated than ever.

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