US Navy releases new videos of alien UFOs

Washington: – The US navy has declassified a total of 8 videos and the related information of alien Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO). This is the second incidence of the US defence forces, releasing UFO videos, in the last three weeks. At the end of the last month, Pentagon released 3 videos. With the United States officially starting to accept the presence of the UFOs, on an official level, discussions are rife on the social media regarding UFOs. 

It is said that the website Drive and CNN news channel have received this information under the Freedom of Information Act. The Navy Safety Centre of the United States has confessed to experiences of 8 naval pilots of encounters with UFOs, during the years 2013 and 2014. All the incidents occurred near the marine regions, of the states of Virginia and North Carolina.

In 2014, the description of the object, in one of the incidents was claimed to be like a silver coloured metal suitcase. In some other incidents, the pilots have described objects like drones or missiles. The navy informed that all these objects have been recorded by the infrared cameras installed on the jets.

This is the second time, the United States has released videos of the UFOs in just two weeks. The videos released last month were recorded in the years 2004 and 2005. Senior US Senator Harry Reid made a caustic comment, while reacting on the matter that this released information is just like scratching the surface.

Last year, in September, the US navy, for the first time, accepted that the videos of UFOs were genuine. Tom Delonge, ‘To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science’ and the New York Times had collectively published the concerned videos in 2017 and 2018. Thereafter, Senator Harry Reid had demanded an inquiry into the matter. It was exposed that the Pentagon had started an independent inquiry into the matter. It had also been reported that a few selected members, of the Congressional committee, had received information regarding the issue, from the US defence department.

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