The US Navy has collected sonar data showing mysterious objects moving rapidly underwater that cannot be explained by experts or current technology. Tom Rogan of the Washington Examiner said the US Navy “has the data” to prove the bizarre encounters. Some of these meetings could be included in the US government task force that is preparing to brief Congress on its UFO findings next month.
It comes amid a flurry of footage showing bizarre encounters between American pilots and naval officers and inexplicable objects.
Last week, a new video showed a dark spherical object moving across the sky near a US Navy stealth ship, before suddenly veering into the water and vanishing.
Documentary director Jeremy Corbell shared the footage of the mysterious flying object on Instagram.
The Pentagon later confirmed that the video, believed to be from 2019, was taken by US Navy personnel.
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Mr Corbell said no wreckage had been recovered from the sighting and the craft was still not identified.
Speaking to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson about the new footage, Mr Rogan said: “One area we will learn more about is the interplay between US Navy submarines – nuclear submarines ballistic and attack submarines – picking up contact with objects through sonar, moving at hundreds of knots underwater.
“There is an underwater dimension to this, in addition to what pilots see above the water.”
Mr Carlson replied, “Hundreds of knots underwater? I don’t think people can even digest that.”
Even former US President Barack Obama has confirmed that “images and recordings” of unidentified objects exist.
He told CBS last week: “What’s true, and I’m really serious here, is that there are pictures and recordings of objects in the sky, that we don’t know exactly what. ‘they are, we cannot explain how they moved, their trajectory.
“They didn’t have an easily explainable pattern. And so, you know, I think people still take attempts to investigate and figure out what it is seriously.”
Also on CBS’s 60 Minutes show, a former Navy pilot said he had seen unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) “every day for at least a few years.”
In March, John Ratcliffe, Donald Trump’s former intelligence director, said the disclosure would reveal that there have been “a lot more” UFO sightings than has been made public.
Lue Elizondo, former director of the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, said some of the NAPs that have been seen challenge physics as we know it.
He said, “Imagine a technology that can make 6 to 700 g-forces, that can fly at 13,000 miles per hour, that can evade radar and that can fly in air and water and can fly. -be in space.
“And oh, by the way, has no obvious signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces and yet can still defy the natural effects of Earth’s gravity. This is precisely what we are seeing.”