Editor’s Note: This article has been adjusted so that different cases outlined in separate reports are more clearly delineated.
The mysterious triangular aircraft seen by Navy pilots in 2019 is reportedly still an unidentified flying object.
Tim McMillion of The Debrief gave an exclusive look at the Pentagon’s ongoing research of what the government calls “unidentified aerial phenomena” in a report published Wednesday.
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In the 2020 report from the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF), there is allegedly a photo of a triangle-shaped UFO taken in 2019 by an F/A-18 fighter pilot. The photo is reportedly “extremely clear,” according to sources who spoke with McMillion.
The triangle-shaped UFO reportedly came out of the ocean near a Navy ship and ascended upwards at a 90-degree angle, the Washington Examiner reported. Sources would give no further details on the incident.
In a 2018 report from the UAPTF, an unidentified flying object shown in photos taken by naval aviators in 2015 was not ruled out as being “alien,” McMillion reported.
At the time, the report “expressly stated that the potential for UAP to be ‘alien’ or ‘non-human’ technology was of legitimate consideration,” McMillion’s report said. (RELATED: ‘There’s Something Out There’: Former Navy Pilot Who Alleges He Saw UFO, Speculates On ‘Off-World Vehicles’ Report)
This seems very similar to the infamous 2004 incident with another UFO. Two Navy commanders were participating in a training mission when a similar scenario happened to them, according to the New York Times.
Basically, it’s been 16 years and we still don’t know exactly what these UFOs are. They seem to be able to go underwater and fly in the air at the same time and the UAPTF has not ruled it out as being “alien” or “non-human.” 2020 really couldn’t get weirder.
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