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Navy Stays To Track UFOS As Area 51 Raid Still Emerges

Navy Stays To Track UFOS As Area 51 Raid Still Emerges :- Last week, the U.S. Navy acknowledged that it has been tracking “unidentified aerial phenomena” from the footage which has been captured by its own pilots from more than the last 15 years.

Navy Stays To Track UFOS As Area 51 Raid Still Emerges

This acknowledgement comes days after Area 51 Raid memes for this weekend emerges and about two million people pledged to attend it.

On Tuesday, a report in the San Diego Union-Tribune also stated video recorded by Navy pilots in both the years 2004 as well as 2015 is being studied for objects that are real, however still anonymous. There are about total of three videos that are being studied, out of which the two are: Year 2004 clip off the coast of San Diego and another in the year 2015 over the Atlantic Ocean.

These videos were attained by The Black Vault, which the one who first published the derestricted government documents. A Navy spokesperson on this subject also said they have “no descriptions, hypothesis of conclusions” about the videos that have been captured by its pilots. The videos also show some small aircraft zooming by and maneuvering at high speeds.

All of the three videos have been also released on YouTube and are called: “FLIR1,” “Gimbal” and “Go Fast.” On behalf of his organization, Former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge published these derestricted videos, To the Stars Academy Arts and Science, which discovers phenomena that assumed to be alien in nature.

Also, this first video was seemingly taken aboard a Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet that captured infrared footage of an anonymous flying object, as well as the pilots can be heard with an eagerness of seeing somewhat whirring by them so fast.

Talking about the second video, it is from the USS Nimitz taken in the year 2004 and was later released. It shows the study parameters in the video, as well as the light captured in the frame zoom speedily to the left and out of frame.

Coming to the third video, it shows a flying object that has been captured on video. In that video you can observe the pilots talking to each other about how the object just rotates, as well as that there were a fleet of them.

An event called Alienstock that San Diego newspaper has been reported was originally scheduled to happen this Friday on September 20, at Area 51 in Nevada. It all started few months back as a Facebook joke but soon it quickly swelled to more than two million followers.

The fun which was started as a joke, named “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” has stormed the internet and got so much popular that around 2 million people have been clicked on “Going” and additional 1.2 million have indicating they’re “Interested” on the event page.

Area 51 is a classified defence site, as per to the U.S. Air Force, and the event has apparently been annulled. But that hasn’t stopped the government from banning all flights above the area, as per to Popular Mechanics.

On the other hand, from September 18 to 23,or Wednesday through Monday, the Federal Aviation Administration has banned all aircraft from flying above areas west and south of Rachel, Nevada.