These UFO Videos Released by the Navy Are out of This World

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Don’t believe in UFOs? Well, the U.S. Navy does.

Recently, the military branch published three videos that show UFOs are indeed real. Of course, the video clips may not be foreign to amate*r internet sleuths. A few years ago, the videos leaked out and brought about another wave of UFO truthers.

In 2019, the Navy officially confirmed that the videos showed “unexplained aerial phenomena.” However, it turns out the Navy didn’t exactly think the public should have even seen the videos, which were filmed by actual military pilots.

But for those who love investigating aliens, outer space and those pesky flying saucers, the clips can now be viewed on the Navy’s Freedom of Information Act page. Through the FOIA, the public can have access (though not always fully), to documents released by the U.S. government.

These viral video clips of UFOs first became public in 2017 and 2018 by The New York Times. In addition, a UFO research group created by Tom Delonge, a member of famous punk rock band blink-182, also has been involved in this space.

The first video entitled “FLIR1” represented a big breakthrough for those who believe in UFOs.

Sue Gough, a Pentagon spokesperson, said in a statement,

“The Department of Defense [DOD] has authorized the release of three unclassified Navy videos, one taken in November 2004 and the other two in January 2015, which have been circulating in the public domain after unauthorized releases in 2007 and 2017.”

Seriously, what moves like this?!

Gough explained the rationale behind the official release of the famous UFO videos. She stated that the unclassified videos did not reveal any “sensitive capabilities or systems.”

However, there may be more to this outer space story. According to a Popular Mechanics story, one witness to a UFO sighting claimed that he saw a video that was much longer and clearer. Who knows if we’ll ever find out the whole story, but the Navy releasing the UFO videos will only drive further speculation about life beyond Earth.

Have you ever witnessed a UFO? Do you believe the videos are legitimate? Weigh in with your thoughts in the comments below!