“It went down with a swoosh!” U.S. Navy explodes spherical UFO hovering into the sea

The newly revealed film shows that the U.S. Navy witnessed unidentified spherical bodies hovering overhead in July 2019 before suddenly diving into the sea, pictured in the schematic image.

Newly exposed spherical ufo (UFO) film

Newly exposed film shows that U.S. Navy personnel had a close encounter with a ufo (UFO), seeing the round object in a burst of hovering before diving into the sea from the air.

According to the Daily Mail (Daily Mail) 15, the film was taken by the coastal combat ship USS Omaha (LCS-12) off San Diego in July 2019. After the spherical body flew above the surface and hovered before finally diving into the Pacific Ocean and disappearing, the film only heard two crew members exclaim, “Wow! It went down with a swoosh.”

Investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell shared the footage on Mystery Wire on Friday, the same day that a U.S. Navy pilot said he and his fellow officers are accustomed to seeing UFOs off Virginia on a regular basis.

Ryan Graves, a 10-year F/A-18 pilot in the U.S. Navy, said the “unidentified aerial phenomena” (UAP) are a threat to national security. In an interview with “60 Minutes” scheduled to air Sunday, he said he and his fellow pilots saw these objects hundreds of times in controlled airspace between 2015-2017, almost every day. In addition, they had also recorded UFOs off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida, during the same period.

After another declassified UFO film was revealed by The New York Times in 2017, the Trump administration limited last December that the Pentagon and U.S. intelligence agencies must release details of the intelligence by June 1. And as the day of declassification approaches, there is growing concern.