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Navy pilot quoted by The Hill dismisses theory that UFOs were drones or balloons

Interesting opinion piece in The Hill regarding Navy pilots encountering UFOs.

For me, the primary takeaway is that these aviators apparently don’t believe the UFOs they observed and encountered were drones and balloons.

As one aviator explained, many of these encounters are taking place way out to sea, too far for typical drone or balloon traffic, and the UFOs also are performing in ways that defy any mundane classification.

Yeah, I think it’s a fair assumption that Naval aviators can tell the difference between a drone, a balloon, and a bona fide UFO.

At the same time, I still think all of this fits nicely into the terrestrial hypothesis. That is, these objects are operating in U.S. military training areas, they are being observed predominantly by U.S. military pilots, and their foreign counterparts are apparently not having similar encounters. Therefore, as crazy and counterintuitive as it might seem, these objects are likely secret U.S. military platforms that are unknown to the rest of the military.

Does Congress really have a ‘need to know’ about UFOs, especially if said UFOs are not ET?

All this talk of the upcoming Congressional hearing regarding UFOs begs the question: Does Congress, or, for that matter, the public, have a so-called “need to know” when it comes to UFOs? https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/ufo-hearing-house-intelligence-committee-b2075745.html

I say that because I’m working on the assumption that the oval “tic tac” object that seemingly defied the laws of physics and other craft that have exhibited similar anomalous behavior are actually above-top-secret Pentagon programs, NOT space aliens.

So, then, assuming the UFOs are not ET but actually a breakaway, quantum leap technology possessed only by the U.S. military, why then would the Pentagon divulge this information to the public? 

As far as I’m concerned, this secret goes all the way back to the end of World War II, when the United States either acquired the initial breakthrough from the Germans or developed it themselves. Either way, that’s when it all began. So, assuming this has been a platform possessed solely by the U.S. military all this time, by now it would be far more advanced than it was originally.

So, we’re talking about a 75-year conspiracy. Obviously a crazy, unprecedented situation. But it’s either ET or not.

Right, the Navy UFOs probably NOT adversarial tech; they’re probably Pentagon tech

Well, we agree about one thing: The UFOs are probably NOT an adversarial tech. However, he misses the most important, most logical takeaway, that the UFOs are probably a Pentagon technology.

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6303143822001#sp=show-clips

This would mean To The Stars … Academy of Arts & Science and the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) have unwittingly exposed a Pentagon program.

Navy pilot’s first thought was likely correct, the Tic-Tac UFO was part of the training exercise

Ok, this pilot said it out loud. His first thought was likely correct; the encounter with the Tic-Tac UFO was very likely part of the training exercise.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10694159/F-18-pilot-filmed-UFO-gave-secret-evidence-Congress-said-thought-training.html

Navy has ‘briefing slides’ of Tic Tac UFOs, secret video

Hmmm, now this is very interesting, as the late, great Arte Johnson would say.

The Daily Mirror article quotes a U.S. Navy source who says releasing top secret ‘briefing slides’ of those tic tac UFOs would cause ‘grave damage’ to national security.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/us-news/navy-admits-top-secret-video-21257655

First of all, there are briefing slides? This raises several questions, first and foremost, specifically who was briefed on such a granular level? We know the POTUS was briefed at the Pentagon, as well as a very small circle of other officials, a group that possibly included John Bolton. So, were these slides created for that very briefing?

There’s also a secret longer version of the video that’s been released, showing the bizarre craft flying rings around state-of-the-art F-18 aircraft.

The tic tac UFOs are obviously above top secret U.S. aerospace vehicles. But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Dear Pentagon: Please send said briefing slides to e.venere@comcast.net …

Are those Tic Tac UFOs nuclear-powered ‘black’ projects?

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!

War Zone article points out Navy UFOs could be exotic Pentagon tech

Fascinating War Zone article about those Navy UFOs:

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/31151/area-51-veteran-and-cia-electronic-warfare-pioneer-weigh-in-on-navy-ufo-encounters

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.”

Anyone else confused by Navy’s new UFO-reporting guidelines?

This article raises many questions …
https://www.politico.com/story/2019/04/23/us-navy-guidelines-reporting-ufos-1375290
First of all, what do they mean by “cognizant authorities”? Does this mean there are authorities who have knowledge of these UFOs and specifically who is operating them, whether they are above-top-secret U.S. hardware or from other Earthly or alien sources?
Secondly, who in Congress was briefed and what was the nature of this briefing? Was it simply a rehash of the media coverage that began with the New York Times article in December 2017?
This sentence makes it sound like just another routine air-traffic issue: “For safety and security concerns, the Navy and the [U.S. Air Force] takes these reports very seriously and investigates each and every report.”
Huh?! “… safety and security concerns …”
Since, presumably, ET’s arrival would not represent just another safety or security concern, is this the Pentagon basically admitting these things are not operated by space aliens?
Thirdly, WTF is going on?!?!?!?!?!?
If anyone else has concerns or insights, please email me at e.venere@comcast.net