The 3 declassified videos released by Pentagon, illustrate unexplained aerial wonder, were leaked earlier, with some assuming they show alien unidentified flying objects.
A statement on the Department of Defense website said on Monday that the published footage is to clear up any delusion by the public on whether or not the footage that has been rotating was real or not there is more to the videos.
The statement said after a thorough review, the Department of Defense has resolved that the accredited release of these unclassified videos does not disclose any sensitive capabilities or systems, and does not intrude on any further investigations of military air space foray by unidentified aerial wonder.
The statement on the Department of Defense website adds that the videos had been rotating in the public domain after unclassified releases in 2007 and 2017.
The three officially released videos show what the pilots saw during training flights in 2004 & 2015. 2 of the videos were released by the New York Times in 2017. The other video was published by the To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science group, a media & private science organization.
I’m glad the Pentagon is finally releasing this footage, but it only scratches the surface of research and materials available. The U.S. needs to take a serious, scientific look at this and any potential national security implications. The American people deserve to be informed. https://t.co/1XNduvmP0u
— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) April 27, 2020
According to the New York Times, the 2004 released video shows an event that happened 100 miles out over the Pacific. 2 navy fighter trainee pilots found an unclassified object hovering above the water. It then flew quickly far away within a moment. One of the pilots, Cmdr David Fravor, told the New York Times that it accelerated like nothing I’ve ever seen.
The release of the videos adds to the authority of the videos and will spur more belief that humans have recently communicated with extraterrestrials.
In response to the released video by Pentagon, the former Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, from Nevada, tweeted the 3 videos “only scratches the surface of research & materials available”.