Does recently declassified Navy video show a UFO?

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While the Department of Defense has yet to comment on the release of this alien UFO sighting, the fact that it comes from a generally reliable source gives credence to the fact that I may in fact be a legitimate sighting.

Now, DeLonge's 'To The Stars' Academy, which was founded as a "consortium of scientists, aerospace engineers and creatives" who work together to explore exotic science and technologies, have revealed a new video showcasing live UFO footage. Most people won't take such "barely visible" videos seriously but it's a different thing altogether if the U.S. military actually encounters mystery aircraft that travel at incredibly high speed.

"Look at that thing!" one pilot can be heard saying.

"Oh my gosh dude! Look at that flying!" said another.

A year ago in a report by the New York Times, Pentagon acknowledged they shelved a program in 2012 that was devoted to identifying unknown space objects claiming there "were other, higher priority issues" that deserved funding.

Chris Mellon, TTSA adviser and former deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence under presidents Clinton and George W. Bush, criticized the national security agencies for not researching what is behind the unusual objects in the sky, ABC News reported.

The objects, which the pilots initially suspected as being drones of some sort, appear to hover briefly before zipping away at speeds that elicit gasps from the pilots, the Washington Post reported.

"Is it possible that ... they might be evidence of some civilisation?"

"Unfortunately, we have no idea, because we aren't even seeking answers". The pilot exclaims, "Whoa!"

"Nobody wants to be ridiculed or sidelined for drawing attention to the issue". "This is true up and down the chain of command, and it is a serious and recurring impediment to progress".

As a result, Mr Mellon claims the military does virtually nothing with the numerous reports of UFOs that soldiers make. "There is no Pentagon process for synthesizing all the observations the military is making", he wrote. "The current approach is equivalent to having the army conduct a submarine search without the navy", Mr Mellon said.

CNN Safety Analyst David Soucie, who has worked in civilian aviation agencies, said he was taken aback in particular by the lack of heat indicated in the video by the object and bemoaned the project's reported ending.

"The DoD takes seriously all threats and potential threats to our people, our assets and our mission, and takes action whenever credible information is developed", the Pentagon said.

Included in this report, the New York Times obtained video from the USA government from a 2004 event in which a "whitish oval object" was chased by two F/A-18F fighter jets off the coast of San Diego.

Just as with this most recent video, the pilots were flying F/A-18F Super Hornets and described seeing an oval-shaped object hovering over the sea that could have potentially been an alien UFO.

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