Bingo, the Tic Tac UFOs are nuclear-powered black projects!
This train left the station a long time ago, and no one can stop it now. https://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/331710/activist-ufos-may-be-ussf-black-projects
Evidently, we’ve been operating nuclear-powered vehicles harnessing super-advanced propulsion systems for many years. I go back to the Hudson Valley and Belgium UFO sightings, 1980s and 1990s. Then the 1997 Phoenix lights event. Then the 2000 rural Illinois sightings, viewed by police officers from several departments.
Also, let’s revisit the sweeping authorization to use nukes in space, as outlined under the George W. Bush administration: https://www.space.com/2884-bush-space-policy-unveiled-stresses-freedom-action.html
Man, the so-called Space Force has existed for years, if not in name, then in substance. It’s absurd to think anyone can stop this trend, especially when you consider growing competition from the other “great powers.”
In fact, it’s ramping up!
Just read this excellent Q&A in New York Magazine
You have to ask yourself, will there be a squadron of Tic Tacs in the new Space Force?
Just saying, they seem like a natural fit.
What would that be, an hour to the moon, several hours to Mars.
According to the War Zone, retired Lt. Gen. Steven L. Kwast has just dropped this bombshell: The Pentagon has a super-advanced technology capable of traveling anywhere in the world within one hour.
The article is here: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/31445/recently-retired-usaf-general-makes-eyebrow-raising-claims-about-advanced-space-technology
The War Zone article also mentions that, taken together with other cryptic comments from military officials recently, we may be on the verge of something.
Is it finally time to unveil the flying saucers?
Fascinating War Zone article about those Navy UFOs:
I think this paragraph nails it:
“For the Navy to point at video evidence and say, that’s “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” represents a rare move by a branch of the American military. For a lot of people, this declaration seems to slam the door on any debate of whether or not the objects in question are highly exotic and classified aerospace technology. However, referring back to The War Zone’s in-depth coverage on Special Access Programs (SAPs), if these aircraft were related to an unacknowledged SAP or waived-unacknowledged SAP, the existence of this technology would be denied to everyone outside of the program. Moreover, if these were highly classified technologies emerging from a SAP being run by another branch of the Department of Defense, the Navy could indeed be unaware of what these objects really are.”