From The Observation Post
The Pentagon has released three videos of encounters between Navy pilots and unidentified flying objects.
“The videos — two were taken in January 2015, while the third dates back to November 2004 — were released “in order to clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real, or whether or not there is more to the videos,” Pentagon spokesperson Sue Gough said.”
All the videos have been circulating online and have been the subject of the always fun UFO sighting crowd for years. Some of the pilots have even become famous.
One of the UFO videos released by the Pentagon.
“Dude, this is a f—king drone, bro,” one pilot says, forever immortalizing himself as a dude-bro.pic.twitter.com/ngVzH31QdF
— Observation Post (@MilitaryTimesOP) April 28, 2020
But of course we are talking the military so they aren’t just releasing these videos to tamp down the flames of the UFO crowd. In 2007 congress approved The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program which operated from 2007 to 2012. It was supposedly ended but who knows if it really was. Ex-Senator Harry Reid (who is rumored to be an alien but in reality is just a money grabbing politician) was one of the senators that pushed the establishment of the AATIP.
“I’m not embarrassed or ashamed or sorry I got this thing going,” Reid told the New York Times in 2017. “I think it’s one of the good things I did in my congressional service. “ It could be argued it was the only “good” thing he did during his many years in congress.
The former military intelligence officer that headed the program has since formed a company with other pentagon officials from the AATIP program that has received contracts from DoD and is pushing for more spending on the program.
“Elizondo (Luis Elizondo), meanwhile, recently appeared in a six-part documentary series titled “Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation™” — the trademark symbol is part of the title — alongside other former Pentagon officials and Blink-182 co-founder Tom DeLonge, who established a research company called To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences as a means to prove the existence of alien life.
DeLonge’s team at TTSA is spearheaded by a number of noteworthy officials who have spent significant time occupying high-ranking DoD positions.
Dr. Hal Puthoff, a NASA quantum physicist and DoD adviser, Jim Semivan, a former senior intelligence member of the CIA, and Chris Mellon, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence in both the Clinton and Bush administrations who was instrumental in creating Special Operations Command, all occupy leadership positions within TTSA.
DeLonge’s To the Stars shot onto everyone’s radar after the company released one of the declassified videos from 2015 that showed an encounter between U.S. Navy pilots and a UFO.
And now, much like the universe, the military’s affiliation with alien-related subject matter appears to be ever-expanding, as the Army inked a contract with DeLonge’s TTSA last October to collaborate in the study of “exotic” metals that both parties hope will lead to the development of advanced technologies.”
Seems the DoD and private companies with ex-military involved are stoking the UFO story to cash in on the Space Force money the Trump administration is spreading around.