According to a spokesperson from the US Navy’s Office of Naval
Intelligence, to borrow a line from an old TV show, the truth is
out there — but it will cause “exceptionally grave damage” to our
national security if you ever got to see it.
Back in November 2004, multiple US Navy pilots stationed aboard
the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier observed a craft that Navy
officials took to referring to as an “unidentified aerial
phenomenon” (you’ll never catch them actually call it a UFO) flying
in a weird fashion over the Pacific Ocean — in fact, bobbing and
weaving in a way that seemed to defy physics. The Navy has
already acknowledged the existence of videos of the bizarre
flying craft, but — and here’s the fun part — they’re keeping a
lot of the details close to the vest. Why? Oh, just for the little
reason that Navy officials think it would seriously harm national
security, as we noted above, if we common folk ever learned the
extent of what they know about this.
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The Navy doesn’t want its secret UFO videos to ever see the light
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The Navy doesn’t want its secret UFO videos to ever see the light of day