Details On UFO Sighting Revealed In A Military Report

There are dozens of UFO sightings these days, and they have been for a while. In December, however, the New York Times released investigation results on US military’s monitoring of UFO claims that came up something entirely wild. It was a Pentagon video showing US Navy pilots tracking the activity of an unexplainable aircraft. Now, a Las Vegas news team has received a military reports offering even more details on the sighting. The story is somewhat becoming even stranger than before.
The report explains every detail how a US Navy aircraft carrier is strangely playing hide and seek with multiple Anomalous Aerial Vehicles (AAVs), which demonstrate advanced flight characteristics that should be impossible to do.
The sightings started on November 20, 2004, and went on for several days. The object would appear on radar systems of the carrier for short periods, seeming to hover, and then fly off at high speeds.
The crew started to investigate this phenomenon because of the confusion on what was happening. When the object re-appeared a few days later, a pair of F/A-18Fs was sent out to investigate the mysterious signals. The result is the now the popular video that shows the “Tic Tac-shaped” UFO moving along at incredibly high speeds and demonstrating fast changes in altitude.
According to the new report, the object is described as without edges, smooth, solid white and being uniformly coloured without wings, pylons, or nacelles. It says the object was around 46 feet long. As a comparison, the F/A fighters trailing it measure approximately 56 feet long. It is speculated that the strange object could hold one or more human-sized individuals.
The pilot said that they never felt a threat on the object, but the report notes that it seemingly reacted to the presence of the jets, showing an incredible acceleration, aerodynamic and propulsion capability.
The Navy says it may have a cloaking ability or can disappear to the human eye after several days of seeing it come and go. The officials also think it could operate underwater because of its quick descent from 60,000 feet to just 50 feet before vanishing, possibly moving from the air to the sea at will effortlessly.

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