Many Navy Pilots are telling stories of multiple UFO sightings as incidents increase. They report feeling stunned, shocked, and spooked but what they have seen. One of the latest are statements made by Lt. Ryan Graves and others about almost daily sightings over East Coast between summer of 2014 and March 2015. The UFOs were observed while in training maneuvers from Virginia to Florida.
Reports went of these UFOs went to Navy superiors, then Congress and the Pentagon, and they are still left unexplained.
Almost Daily UFO Sightings
These UFO sightings are of strange, fast-moving objects with no visible engine or exhaust fumes. They were reaching 30,000 feet on the air.
“These things would be out there all day. Keeping an aircraft in the air requires a significant amount of energy. With the speeds we observed, 12 hours in the air is 11 hours longer than we’d expect,” Graves told The New York Times.
Graves even had a near collision with one of the UFOs in 2014, which was in one of the reports. One of other pilots told him about a similar incident with a “look of shock on his face.”
“I almost hit one of those things,” he was told. This one was near Virginia Beach and looked like a sphere encasing a cube.
There came a theory about all of these objects being a part of a classified, super drone program, but Graves and other pilots are convinced that is not the case.
Graves later appeared in a History channel series “Unidentified: Inside America’s U.F.O. Investigation” to talk about these experiences.
Some incidents were videotaped. There is a 2015 footage of an object over the ocean off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida, and the pilots yelling in disbelief: “Wow, what is that, man? Look at it fly!”
The object is moving against the wind, and is tilting.
The same pilots talked about a whole fleet of them, but no footage or photos of the fleet was released.
Pentagon’s Mysterious Space Program
The Pentagon program that the existing footage and reports went to is a little-known program called Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. The program began in 2007 funded by the Nevada Democrat Harry Reid who always had an interest in space phenomena, but was never acknowledged by the Defense Department. It was shut down in 2012 due to lack of money, according to the official Pentagon statement. (It was spending $22 million a year).
Much of the money went to a program run by Reid’s friend, a billionaire Robert Bigelow who is “absolutely convinced” that aliens exist and UFOs visited Earth.
Reid previously said that he was very proud of creating this space program. Recent reports confirm that the program remains running and is investigating UFOs. The program is classified.
One of the other big UFOs reports it investigated is a 2004 footage of a white Tic Tac shaped flying object off San Diego coast.
When Did UFO Reports Begin?
UFOs were largely investigated between 1947 and 1969 by a different study called Project Blue Book. It looked at 12,000 cases and found Earthly explanations for most, but 701 remained unexplained.
After it took a decade to reignite people’s interest in the subject.
Navy pilots first began noticing UFOs in 1980s when the radars were upgraded to a new, more powerful system. Suddenly it started to pick up many strange objects.
“People have seen strange stuff in military aircraft for decades. We’re doing this very complex mission, to go from 30,000 feet, diving down. It would be a pretty big deal to have something up there,” Graves said.
These objects would accelerate, slow down, and then fly at hypersonic speeds. They also could turn instantly, something that is not possible with a human crew. Sudden stops could kill a human, Graves said.
What is also interesting is that the objects show up on the radar, but a regular helmet camera has not been able to see them.
Bigelow said that many scientists in the U.S. are afraid to study UFOs due to fear of stigma and being ostracized. The U.S. media shares the fears. Yet, countries like China, Russia, Belgium, France, England, and Chile are more open and proactive in discussing this topic.
People like Reid is the U.S. are trying to break the taboo about talking about UFOs in the United States.
Reid said that we simply do not know where many of these UFOs some from but “we have to start somewhere.”