US Navy confirm leaked UFO footage is real

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Three videos purporting to be military footage of mystery objects flying through the sky are genuine, according to the US Navy.

The clips were published over the last two years by the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science – a group dedicated to researching Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).

The group was co-founded by Blink 182 singer Tom DeLonge, who claimed the clips went through a declassification review process and were approved for release.

One of the videos was from 2004, while the other two were recorded in 2015 and featured audio from US fighter pilots expressing disbelief at what they were seeing.

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This week the US navy confirmed the footage was authentic and said the objects have been classified as unidentified aerial phenomena.

Spokesman Joseph Gradisher told NBC News: The three videos show incursions into our military training ranges by unidentified aerial phenomena. The Navy has characterised the observed phenomena as unidentified.

Navy Pilots Were Seeing UFOs on an Almost Daily Basis in 2014 and 2015. Infrared cockpit-camera footage taken on a later sortie by the same U.S. Navy squadron reveals another immensely fastflying object, this one spinning in mid-air and moving against a 120-knot wind, again accompanied by commentary from totally baffled airmen. Although the footage shows only one of these objects, a pilot is heard to say: ?There?s a whole fleet? showing up on his monitors. And as the one in the film turns slowly in the air, a shocked voice chimes in: ?Look at that thing! It?s rotating!? Between the summer of 2014 and March 2015, it?s now emerged, these unexplained objects were spotted almost every day over the skies off the U.S. East Coast.
Navy Pilots Were Seeing UFOs on an Almost Daily Basis in 2014 and 2015. (Picture: U.S. Department of Defense)
Navy Pilots Were Seeing UFOs on an Almost Daily Basis in 2014 and 2015. Infrared cockpit-camera footage taken on a later sortie by the same U.S. Navy squadron reveals another immensely fastflying object, this one spinning in mid-air and moving against a 120-knot wind, again accompanied by commentary from totally baffled airmen. Although the footage shows only one of these objects, a pilot is heard to say: ?There?s a whole fleet? showing up on his monitors. And as the one in the film turns slowly in the air, a shocked voice chimes in: ?Look at that thing! It?s rotating!? Between the summer of 2014 and March 2015, it?s now emerged, these unexplained objects were spotted almost every day over the skies off the U.S. East Coast.
Infrared cockpit-camera footage taken by the U.S. Navy squadron exposes mystery flying objects (Picture: U.S. Department of Defense)

Mr Gradisher has disputed DeLounge claims that the clips had been declassified and said the Navy has no information on how they ended up in the public domain.

He confirmed the footage was captured by cameras in US navy planes but said the objects had not been identified.

He said that sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena were on the rise – and added that all of them were thoroughly investigated.

The Navy is reluctant to describe them as UFOs because of their association with extra terrestrial activity in pop culture.

Mr Gradisher said: Any incursion into our training ranges by any aircraft or phenomena, identified or not identified, is problematic from both a safety and security concern.

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