Trump has vaguely touted a new ‘super-duper missile’ that’s 17 times faster than anything now available. #Trump #POTUS #Pentagon #UFOs
Is the president alluding to hypersonic missiles that have long been under development, things like scramjets, or is he talking about a completely new type of propulsion system, a completely new type of weapon?
Trump also said the new missile has “just gotten the go-ahead.”
His comments are particularly interesting when you consider the Navy’s run-ins with UFOs far faster than top-of-the-line fighter jets. The objects were operating with an entirely different type of propulsion system capable of instantaneous acceleration.
Were these UFOs a harbinger of things to come?
You know what this reminds me of? Ronald Reagan’s claim in 1985 that we had the ability to put 300 people in space: https://www.reaganfoundation.org/ronald-reagan/white-house-diaries/diary-entry-06111985/
Of course, officially, we didn’t.
The War Zone just published a new entry in its excellent ongoing coverage of a series of UFO encounters involving U.S. Navy pilots. #WarZone #UFOs #UAPs #NavyUFOs
Also, I greatly anticipate the upcoming article teased at the end!
The report alludes to the fact that these encounters are not isolated. Rather, there have been many similar interactions between pilots and UFOs over the years. Of course, I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!
Anyway, here is the penultimate paragraph from the War Zone article, which I think is especially relevant.
“As to what the aircrews who did file the reports posted above actually saw and why those things were where they were, we believe there is an explanation, or at least explanations, of a very terrestrial nature. We have detailed some of this both directly and indirectly in the past, but suffice it to say, the electronic intelligence that an adversary could gather in the training ranges frequented by pretty much all of America’s tactical fighter aircraft and other high-end sensor aircraft, as well as surface combatants, would be extremely valuable, especially considering they would be operating unimpeded, largely using their full sensor, electronic warfare, and communications suites. Doing so would also sow a level of confusion while presenting little risk, too. This sounds like a page ripped from an increasingly familiar playbook.”