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So, those Navy videos showing UFOs? I’m not saying it’s not aliens, but it’s not aliens.

1 May 2020, 13:00 UTC
So, those Navy videos showing UFOs? I’m not saying it’s not aliens, but it’s not aliens.
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On 27 April 2020, the U.S. Department of Defense officially released three unclassified videos, footage taken on Navy fighter jets. These videos, leaked to the public in 2007 and 2017, appear to show three unidentified flying objects moving in weird and unexpected ways. The Navy had already acknowledged the videos were real, but pointedly did not say what they show.

Do these videos show alien spaceships? If you do a lazy search on Google for them, the results might give you the idea they do. A lot of electrons have been spilled claiming these show alien vehicles making impossible maneuvers, are surrounded by a glow indicating some sort of advanced tech like a “warp drive,” and are clearly beyond our own miserable human technology.

But is any of this actually true?

Yeah, no. I mean, sure, the objects in the footage are unidentified, but something being a UFO doesn’t make it, y’know, a UFO.

The three released videos are short, and can all by found on the Navy FOIA page. They’re called FLIR.mp4 (taken in 2004), GOFAST.wmv, and GIMBAL.wmv (both from January 2015). All three were taken from Navy F/A 18 Hornet fighter jets, using a type of camera generically ...

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