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Videos recorded by US Navy personnel have added a new layer of evidence to the current national debate about UFOs.

For the first time, radar images recorded inside a navy ship have confirmed the presence of several unknown objects that swarmed around the ship for hours.

Over the past three years or so, the public has been able to see several astounding images of what certainly qualify as UFOs, during encounters with the US Navy.

There’s no question that the pentagon has sensor data to go along with the photos and videos. But none of that information has been leaked or otherwise released, that is until today.

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For two long hours on the night of July 15 2019, the crew of the USS Omaha detected on multiple sensor systems unknown objects that surrounded the ship as it moved through ocean waters west of San Diego.

One of the objects, a self-illuminated sphere at least six feet in diameter, flew alongside the Omaha for an extended period, and was observed through a thermal sensor in the ship’s combat center.

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Filmmaker Jeremy Corbell released the navy video weeks ago, and says similar events were reported by eight other navy ships in the same area over three days.

Jeremy Corbell, Filmmaker: “It was numerous warships that are having similar, it appears to be coordinated interaction. And this and this whole series was within a circumference of a hundred miles (161 km) and there was up to 50 to 100 contacts.”

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In the last three years the Pentagon has reluctantly confirmed the legitimacy of UFO images captured by navy ships and air crews, including these photos taken off the coast of Virginia, and the better known videos the so-called tic-tac incident and the gimbal.

But other than the images themselves, there’s been no release of sensor data to buttress these cases.

There is now.

Over a period of hours, crew members on the USS Omaha, which is located in the center of this radar screen, monitored the approach of the unknown objects as many as 14 at one point.

All around the ship two different radar systems watched the objects and estimated their speed.

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Corbell obtained the images from sources he declines to identify.

The Pentagon’s UAP task force considers the Omaha spheres to be true unknowns.

The ships that were under observation by the unknowns were unable to track where they came from or where they disappeared to. The Omaha sphere appears to have vanished into the ocean.

At that point it also vanished from all sensors: in one video snippet, nine of the objects were seen around the Omaha — but two of them dropped off, somehow invisible to two radar systems.

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Jeremy Corbell, Filmmaker: “And it supports the hypothesis that these are not just a balloon dropping into the water, or it’s not something that is easily explained. These are true unidentifieds in mass number. And we’ll talk more about that.

But that’s what we’re showing people where you have radar data that goes with fleet data — what everybody has been bellyaching for.

So here you go.”

If these are foreign-made high-tech drones how do they fly with no wings, rotors or detectable exhaust? Do they possess some sort of cloaking ability?

The sensor data combined with the video images raises difficult questions.

Jeremy Corbell, Filmmaker: “These are unidentified — we don’t know what they are. Everybody tries to corner me in saying, ‘they’re aliens’ or something like this.

I have no idea!”

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The video of the radar screens consists of four clips that were spliced together to show that this went on over a period of time.

Today less than four hours after that video was made public by us, a pentagon spokesperson confirmed it is legit, that it was recorded by navy personnel and is in the hands of the UAP Task Force, that’s the unit created to prepare a report for congress that is due next month.

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Radio. Only photo images have been taken of UFOs. Is this right or wrong?

Radar. Has the US Navy, military or government always been completely open and transparent to the public about information about UFOs? Does the US military or government always tell people about UFO sightings?

Sonar. Did sailors on a US warship only see objects in the sky? Describe the objects.

Monitor. Only one ship saw one object fly once in one area. Is this true or false?

Screen. Has the US Military (the Pentagon) release all pictures and data to the public or only a few pieces of information?

Antenna. Do the ships know exactly where the objects came from, what they were and where they went? Can the ships’ radars track the objects at all time, everywhere?

Signal. The UFO expert knows absolutely everything about UFOs. Is this correct or incorrect?
Frequency. My friends and I have seen a UFO. Yes or no?

Waves. Have you heard of UFO sighting or reports? Have many people claimed to have seen a UFO? Have many people said they saw a UFO?

Switch. Is there much interest and fascination of UFOs? Are people interested and fascinated by UFOs?

Panel. Are UFOs real? Do you think UFOs are real or fake? What do you think they might be?

Dial. What might happen in the future?

Gauge. Should people and governments do anything? What should people and governments do regarding UFOs?

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