Despite the frequency of the encounters and the severity of the hazard, it took the Navy five years to adopt a formal UFO reporting structure at the Pentagon.
For the past 13 years, we here at NTEB have labored diligently to bring you to truth about UFOs, now called UAPs or Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon, by the United States Pentagon. We showed you how, back in 2019 just days before the Pandemic, the Pentagon with no word of explanation declared UFOs to be real, after a half century of denying it. Since that time, it’s been “off to the races” with endless amounts of video, audio and testimony on the UFOs. Only one problem, Navy pilots are baffled as to why the Pentagon has so little interest in finding out who is flying those crafts.
“And as it was in the days of Noe, so shall it be also in the days of the Son of man.” Luke 17:26 (KJB)
Y’all know me, I’m a Bible believer, and because of that I don’t struggle even for a New York minute over the identity of the pilots of these UFOs, these Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon, I know exactly who’s flying those crafts. I believe that 99% of all UFO encounters are encounters with fallen angels out for a “Sunday drive”. Sure, some of them might be drones, but precious few. But let me ask you this, let’s just imagine for a moment that all of the UFOs are drones, why is our government allowing foreign nations to do that to us? That would be a massive breach of our national security if they were drones. In the meantime, I highly recommend you purchase yourself a copy of Empire Beneath the Ice and the Genesis 6 Giants from the Bookstore, both those books will give you excellent food for thought.
Stunned by UFOs, ‘exasperated’ fighter pilots get little help from Pentagon
FROM THE HILL: In April 2014, four naval aviators narrowly escaped disaster. Just as they entered highly controlled airspace for a training exercise, their two F/A-18F fighter jets nearly collided with an unidentified flying object (UFO). To the frustration of dozens of their fellow aviators, such a near-catastrophe was inevitable. For months before and after the incident, aircrews flying in “exclusive use” training areas off the U.S. East Coast frequently observed unknown objects exhibiting highly anomalous flight characteristics. Despite the collision hazard posed by the UFOs, aviators lacked a formal mechanism to report the mysterious objects.
With aviation safety alerts as their only recourse, frustrated aviators and their commanders noted that the UFOs pose “a severe threat to Naval Aviation” and a “critical risk” to flight safety. Just days before the April 2014 incident, the squadron’s exasperated commander wrote that “it is only a matter of time before this results in a midair [collision].” A few weeks earlier, the skipper of another East Coast squadron warned, “I feel it may only be a matter of time before one of our F/A-18 aircraft has a mid-air collision.”
Despite the frequency of the encounters and the severity of the hazard, it took the Navy five years to adopt a formal UFO reporting structure. The first batch of these reports, heavily redacted and spanning only a few months in 2019, makes clear that the U.S. government faces a significant challenge.
In one UFO incident, an aviator reported that he had “never seen anything like this before.” In another encounter, an aviator “noticed an object with flight characteristics unlike anything I had seen in my [redacted] years of [redacted]” — implying a particularly anomalous encounter.
Yet another pilot’s report states that “she had never seen [redacted] like it… [the UFO] did not change position like an aircraft would and was too high to be a ship.”
For fighter pilots armed with an array of advanced sensors, the confusion and bewilderment reflected in the reports is striking. One aviator “had a difficult time explaining the [redacted].” In another incident, a pilot could only describe a UFO “in a puzzled voice” over the radio. Yet another aviator described a UFO that “appeared, as odd as it sounds, to be [redacted].”
Former Navy fighter pilot Ryan Graves served with the aviators involved in the 2014 near-collision. In an interview, I asked Graves — now a vocal advocate for aviation safety via sober, scientific investigation of UFOs — about the recently released reports.
“I see frustration. I see confusion about what [the aviators are] seeing,” Graves told me. “That’s not normal language [in the UFO reports]. That’s not how we operate.”
Graves, it should be noted, is not your run-of-the-mill former fighter pilot. The only member of his Officer Candidate School class selected to fly fighter jets, Graves advanced rapidly, flying his first combat mission less than two weeks after completing training. Paired with a weapon systems officer, Graves was among only two or three aircrews in a Navy fighter squadron selected as airborne forward air controllers. Soon thereafter, he was among only two aircrews in his entire air wing selected to control ultra-sensitive missions rescuing friendly personnel from hostile territory. To top it off, Graves became his squadron’s head landing signal officer and, following rigorous hands-on training, served as an aviation safety officer.
Unsurprisingly, Graves takes the Pentagon’s foot-dragging on UFOs seriously — and personally. “I lost about a friend a year on average while I was in the Navy. … This is a dangerous business. To think that we’re adding more danger for no reason is outlandish,” Graves told me. For Graves, eight years of relative government inaction since his squadron’s 2014 near-collision “is unacceptable. It’s a demonstration of ignoring the needs of their operators. That’s the bottom line.”
Referring to a recent congressional hearing on UFOs, Graves drove this point home, telling me, “In the last hearing, it was presented as: ‘We don’t know what these [objects] are, but everything’s under control.’ … ‘Hey, look at this video; it kind of looks like a balloon.’”
“That, I felt, was disingenuous. Especially when we consider the language the aviators are using in the [declassified UFO reports],” Graves said. READ MORE
Navy pilots describe encounters with UFOs
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