U.S. Navy flying saucer video leaked former pilot: see flying saucers every day

U.S. documentary filmmaker Jeremy Corbell released video of a spherical flying saucer into the water taken by a camera aboard the U.S. cruiser Omaha in 2019 on Friday, May 14, the latest video of a flying saucer leaked by the U.S. Navy. Lt. Ryan Graves, a former Navy pilot, said in a recent media interview that they see flying saucers every day and are used to them, but they pose a serious threat to their flight safety.

According to Mystery Wire, still footage of the leaked Navy video was released in April of this year. And the Pentagon also admitted in April this year that the videos and images were taken by a group of U.S. Navy personnel.

In July 2019, the USS Omaha encountered spherical flying saucers for three consecutive days in the Pacific Ocean off San Diego, with a maximum of 14 flying saucers appearing around the ship. The saucers flew in and out around the cruiser, but the Omaha’s advanced sensors were unable to consistently lock onto and track the saucers.

Released by Kobel on May 13 is a six-foot diameter spherical flying saucer flying around the cruiser captured by an infrared camera on the Omaha cruiser’s command center on the night of July 15, 2019. It was dark all around and the saucer flew around the Omaha ship for nearly an hour before crashing into the water at 11 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) that night.

The video shows that when Navy personnel on board the Omaha saw the saucer, they tried to use the ship’s high-tech equipment to find out where it came from. However, although the saucer was flying around their ship, their high-tech equipment could not consistently pinpoint the saucer. The UFO is seen trailing the Omaha ship, hovering around it for some time before crashing into the water, and the video captures the sailors on the warship cheering as they see the UFO enter the water.

When the saucer disappeared underwater, it disappeared from the Omaha’s radar display, but the remains of the saucer could not be found. Kobel said, “The ship’s personnel never figured out where these flying saucers came from and where they were going.”

Former Navy F/A-18 pilot: We saw flying saucers almost every day

In a May 13 interview on “60 Minutes,” former U.S. Navy pilot Lt. Graves, who flew F/A-18 Hornets, said he and his squadron mates had seen and photographed spherical flying saucers in restricted airspace in Virginia every day during 2015 and 2017. scenes at the time. He talked about how they were used to seeing flying saucers and seeing them every day, but that they were a threat to their flight safety.

He said, “Honestly, I was very worried because if this was warplanes from other countries hovering there, it would be a big problem. But since these planes look very different from our human ones. We prefer to just pretend they don’t exist, even though they’re watching us every day.”

He also said he and his partners harbored suspicions that the planes could be secret U.S. weapons or could be spy planes from Russia or the Chinese Communist Party.

U.S. FA-18E Hornet combat attack aircraft (Photo credit: U.S. Navy photo)

But Luis Elizondo, a former U.S. Department of Defense official, said on the same program that these flying saucers are far more sophisticated than the most advanced U.S. warplanes available today.

Let’s imagine a vehicle that can fly at 13,000 miles per hour and can avoid radar and fly freely through the air and water,” Elizondo said. Such a vehicle has no visible signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces, but can defy Earth’s gravity, and that’s what we see.”

Several respected former U.S. government officials have acknowledged that the videos of flying saucers are credible, but it is now unclear where they came from. John Ratcliffe, the former U.S. director of national intelligence, has said in an interview with FoxNews.com that there are now not just eyewitness testimonies about these flying saucer sightings, but also many sensors and infrared cameras recording the appearance of these flying saucers.

When we talk about sightings, we’re talking about flying objects seen by Navy personnel or Air Force pilots, or captured by satellite imagery,” he said. These flying objects were engaged in difficult maneuvers that are difficult to explain and difficult to replicate. And such flying objects can fly at speeds close to or above the speed of sound, but do not produce produce the sound barrier (Sound Barrier), and therefore do not therefore give birth to sonic booms (Sonic boom), which are not the technology we humans have.”

The report said the U.S. Department of Defense’s “UFO Task Force” will release its first investigative report on flying saucers to the U.S. Congress in June.