Several u.s. Pilots report ufos – what's the story??

Several u.s. Pilots report ufos - what's the story??

As Hillary Clinton 2016 declared that if it were to enter the White House of the evergreen American yearning "extraterrestrials" would accept, got into trouble Ufologists in rapture. The Democrat questioned the release of the files on the restricted military area Area 51 in the Nevada desert in prospect.

Ufologist Latin wants to know that the remains of extraterrestrials would be kept there, which are supposed to have landed in 1947 in Roswell (US state of New Mexico) in a futuristic space shuttle. Clinton famously lost the election.

And the winner, Donald Trump, has it so not at all with extraterrestrial activities. In a TV interview that took aim at reports that spectacular encounters by Navy fighter pilots With unidentified flying objects Trump brought the earthly skeptic to the fore on Sunday. He knew about it, the president said amusedly, but gave it "no particular credence".

Aliens seen: US fighter pilots report

For Ryan Graves and Danny Accoin, Trump's words must have been like kicks in the shins. The two fighter pilots, along with three colleagues, let themselves be taken from the "New York Times" hear. They described incidents like those that have occurred again and again for 70 years in what is considered to be aliens co. very receptive USA come to the surface.

So Accoin claims to have spotted a flying object in the skies above the state of Virginia in 2014. When he approached to within 300 meters with his "Super Hornet", his radar showed the "thing" without a doubt.

Alone, the pilot's helmet camera found nothing to record. Ryan Graves said the alien missile reached the speed of sound, so to speak, from a standing start. And had been capable of rabid stops and turns. Both, the pilot said, would exceed the physical endurance limits of humans.

Another pilot reported a near miss with the object, whose propulsion was puzzling because it produced no exhaust gases.

Aliens? Navy finds other explanations

The navy reacted as it so often does: not a word was said the existence of extraterrestrial flying objects confirmed, while unofficially referring to possible secular reasons. This is how reflections of the sun and moon could have caused optical illusions.

Weather balloons or tests of new types of drones are conceivable as triggers. Contrast that with the Navy's refinement of reporting rules for dealing with "suspect intrusions into our airspace" in early 2019.

The fact is that in 2017, the "New York Times" found out that the U.S. Department of Defense had a black-box funded Secret program for the study of UFO phenomena
had operated. The mastermind was former Democratic senator Harry Reid (Nevada). He made about $22 million in the Pentagon budget starting in 2008.

The trigger was what is said to have happened off the coast of San Diego in 2004: Two pilots in F/A-18F fighter jets had tracked and filmed a flying object the size of a commercial airliner that reportedly looked like a white tic-tac candy. When the pilots got too close to the thing, it tiled away at a speed "like I've never seen before," one of the fighter pilots later testified.

Ufologists develop TV series about aliens

Much of the money Reid freed up went to a research firm run by his friend Robert Bigelow. The hotel tycoon is an enthusiastic ufologist. In 2012, the so-called Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program was discontinued by the Pentagon. To the displeasure of its leader Luis Elizondo. The hired by a company called "To The Stars Academy of Arts Science" to.

Founder is the former lead singer of the punk rock band Blink-182, Tom DeLonge, who now works with top ufologists on TV channel History Channel a series with the title "Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation" (Unknown: Internals from America's UFO investigation) has developed.

Also in other countries alleged Ufos are sighted again and again. In November 2018, several pilots had an encounter with an unidentified flying object over the UK.