[WATCH] Video Shows A US Navy Run-in With A UFO

A video, uploaded by the UFO investigative group To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences, was secured by a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the U.S. Government. In the video, a United States Navy pilot reportedly sees a UFO and catches it on the plane’s camera.

The video was nicknamed GO FAST by To The Stars, starts by explaining the various numbers and symbols that appear in the footage, things like the aircraft’s altitude (25,000 feet) and the fact that the ATFLIR was pointed ahead and to the left of the Super Hornet. The readout also explains that the aircraft was traveling at 252 knots or .61 Mach, and in a five-degree turn. The object was approximately 4.4 nautical miles away.

“What the —- is that thing?” the pilot asks. The WSO (Weapons Systems Officer) later says, “Oh my gosh, dude” to which the pilot says, “Wow, what is that, man?”

There are several unusual things about this sighting. For one, the UFO does not have a hot exhaust trail, which is typical of that emitted by any sort of conventional turbine engine. In fact, the UFO appears “cold” to the ATFLIR sensor, emitting no heat at all. Popular Mechanics also pointed out a second odd thing about the UFO. It doesn’t have any visible wings or fins. Even cruise missiles such as the American Tomahawk or Russian Kalibr have small winglets that should be visible, and other missiles such as the Maverick anti-tank missile have stubby fins. The UFO appears oval-like and does not appear to fly nose first in the direction of travel.

This is the second video released by To The Stars. Another video, also recorded with an Super Hornet ATFLIR pod, was taken off the coast of California in 2004 by pilots flying from the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and seems to capture a similar-shaped UFO in flight. An interview with one of the pilots involved in that incident, VF-41 squadron commander Commander David Fravnor, is here.

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