In all seriousness this is pretty cool. The US Navy is admitting that declassified video/audio CLEARLY shows pilots trying to follow/engage/identify things that don’t look like what they are used to seeing and/or seem to fly in ways that defy physics. Cool for naval aviators to feel encouraged to report flying objects in a timely manner for…TA DA! Figuring out what these things are rather than stigmatize pilots as nuts and discouraging reporting them. Nice work, Navy!
Here are Youtube links to the three US military videos of unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP) released by To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science a couple of years ago, which have now been acknowledged by the US Navy:
In the real world, we’ve had a space command for decades. Not sure if that qualifies as the space force that Trump wanted to deploy.
Edited to add, that organization includes “Combined Force Space Component Command (CFSCC), and Joint Task Force Space Defense (JTF-SD)”, both of which have the words force and space in their names. So I think Donald Trump got his wish.
Exactly, these videos look incredibly underwhelming. Old photos of rods looked more believable. The F-18 is tracking this “object” and it stays exactly centered in the display, plus remains consistent against the background? This doesn’t seem right.
If this is example of what the Navy considered “UFOs” they need to do a little remedial education on observation skills and working the sensors.