Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Footage shows encounter between U.S. navy jet and unknown aircraft

Footage shows an encounter between a U.S. fighter jet and “anomalous aerial vehicles.” On Dec. 16, the Pentagon confirmed the existence of a program that collects and analyzes reported UFO sightings.

Here is the best bit about this whole episode if you like? A guy from "THE MAN'S OFFICE" is asking for a section of the Government be set up just like the classic TV show The X Files!
A former deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence said the Pentagon needs a real-life Fox Mulder.

The military keeps encountering UFOs. Why doesn’t the Pentagon care? We have no idea what’s behind these weird incidents because we’re not investigating.

Still from the video:
Top Secret UFO video released.
Real UFO from another planet!

Writing in The Washington Post, Christopher Mellon argued that the military is shrugging off its duty to investigate weird UFO encounters reported by members of the U.S. Navy and Air Force. In December, the Defense Department released two declassified videos showing pilots exclaiming over strange aircraft that seemed to accelerate rapidly with no obvious means of propulsion. The unidentified flying objects, which look like dark and light blobs on the videos, were about 40 feet (12 meters) long and could supposedly dive thousands of feet in a flash.

It's not rocket science to know that something strange and very, very life changing is going on within the highest degrees of the military, the government and the deep, deep state corporations and companies that are in tandem or cahoots with the likes of NASA, JPL, Caltech, Skunk works, Lockheed Martin Skunk Works did I say NASA, Pentagon, CIA, DOD, MI5, MI6, AATIP, SETI and every other single company or corporation that's public or private or otherwise that has ever worked on secret or Alien technology with the powers that be and their approval!

So yeah, something big is going on. It's been going on for a while, because they keep getting technology which gives them the edge in everything from spying to big, big and very BIG MONEY!
Mainly though it's about power and being able to keep the high ground.


Mellon, now retired from government after a career in both the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush presidential administrations, is an advisor to the private firm To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science, a research company that aims to "bring transformative science and engineering out of the shadows." The company just released a declassified video taken from a Naval F/A-18 aircraft that appears to show a swiftly moving "anomalous aerial vehicle" off the U.S. East Coast. In the audio, the pilots express awe at the speed of the object.

Flying Saucers to Mind Control: 22 Declassified Military & CIA Secrets
One asks what the object is, using an expletive.
The New York Times also reported in December that the Defense Department spent $22 million between 2007 and 2012 to investigate UFOs. The contractor paid to do the work, Bigelow Aerospace, stored metal alloys from unidentified aerial objects in a warehouse in Las Vegas, the Times reported. Luis Elizondo, who ran the program, called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, now directs global security and special programs at To the Stars.

In the wake of the December New York Times story and the release of the bizarre videos, reactions were mixed. Some, like Robert Sheaffer, a writer and UFO skeptic, argued that the whole Pentagon program was the pet project of a few true believers who came up with little to show for all their efforts and that the owner of Bigelow Aerospace was a major donor to former Sen.

Harry Reid, who spearheaded the establishment of the program. Others pointed out that the chain of custody of the videos was unclear, making it possible that they'd been altered at some point. Mellon, however, wrote that strange sightings are well-known within defense and intelligence circles but that nobody wants to be ridiculed for drawing attention to the unexplained phenomena.

The craft do not have to be alien to be worthy of investigation, he wrote. They might be examples of advanced technology from foreign militaries, which would be alarming in its own right. "A truly serious effort would involve, among other things, analysts able to review infrared satellite data, NORAD radar databases, and signals and human intelligence reporting," Mellon wrote in The Washington Post, referring to the radar databases of the North American Aerospace Defense Command. The $50 billion annual intelligence budget could cover these efforts, Mellon said.
"What we lack above all," he wrote, N"is recognition that this issue warrants a serious collection and analysis effort."
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