Videos recorded by U.S 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 The radar seen in the video clip showed as many as 14 objects as they circled the warship.
TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO HEARD ON RADAR CLIP
:01 ‘OOD if you can write a general lat/long of where we’re at.’
:03 ‘We do have some X-band RADAR tracks…’
:05 ‘Yes sir.’
:06 ‘And then… the number of contacts you’ve got. Get the course and speed meters off ’em.’
:10 ‘You know what I mean? In relative position to us. And bearings. Might be helpful too.’
:15 ‘Eyes up.’
:16 ‘Eyes down.’
:18 [intercom] ‘CSM TAO Maintain track, maintain track as best you can.’
:24 ‘Track 781 just sped up to 46 knots. 50 knots. Closing in.’
:33 ‘138 knots. Holy s***. They’re going fast. Oh, it’s turning around.’
:36 ‘That one’s pretty much perfectly zero zero zero relative, right?’
:40 ‘263 at 3 miles. 55 knots, speed.’
Sailors aboard the Omaha observed the objects and measured their speed using two different radar systems.
One of the objects flew as fast as 138 knots – which is more than 158 miles an hour.
‘Holy s***. They’re going fast,’ one of the sailors is heard in the video saying.
He then adds: ‘Oh, it’s turning around.’
Corbell said he obtained the video from anonymous sources.
The military does not know where these flying objects came from or disappeared to.
Corbell told Mystery Wire that the Omaha was one of nine American warships that were warmed by UFOs during that same period in July 2019.
He said that the video of the radar is ‘corroborative, electro optic data the likes of which the world has never seen before.’
The video ‘shows and supports the idea that there were a multitude of unknowns warming our warships,’ according to Corbell.
Corbell said that the footage of the radar was obtained from an individual who works inside the Combat Information Center.
It was filmed by ‘a very special visual intelligence crews that came in’ and recorded the radar screens.
At one point, the radar showed as many as 14 unidentified objects, but Corbell declined to provide that footage.
He said that the release of the radar video was to debunk speculation that the initial footage showing the apparent flying saucer was faked or could be explained as a ‘balloon dropping into the water.’
‘It supports the hypothesis that these are not just a balloon dropping into the water or it’s not something that is easily explained,’ Corbell said.
‘These are true unidentified in mass numbers … where you have radar data that goes with FLIR [forward looking infrared] data.’
In the initial video revealed earlier this month, US Naval personnel are seen having a close encounter with a UFO – this time a spherical object that makes a controlled descent into the ocean.
Two unidentified crew members could be heard exclaiming: ‘Wow, it splashed,’ after the ball made a controlled flight over the ocean, then splashed into the sea and disappeared underwater.
They filmed the object making a controlled flight above the water for an extended period of time before it finally entered the ocean. Corbell shared the footage with Mystery Wire on May 14.
It was released the same day that a US Navy pilot told of how he and his colleagues saw UFOs off the Virginia coast so regularly they grew used to the ultra-capable aircrafts’ presence.
Former Navy Lieutenant Ryan Graves – who refers to UFOs as unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) – called them a threat to national security in an interview with 60 Minutes that aired on May 16.
He and his colleagues spotted the objects hundreds of times in protected air space between 2015 and 2017, and also recorded an encounter off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida, during the same time period.
The 60 Minutes report came as the government is expected to release a report in June on UFO sightings after unclassified videos of them were leaked to The New York Times in 2017.
Sen. Marco Rubio called for the detailed analysis after he viewed classified briefings on UAP while he was the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee and asked the Director of National Intelligence for an unclassified report.
Respected former government officials have conceded that the sightings are credible, and that the UFOs’ origins remains unknown.
John Ratcliffe, the former director of national intelligence, told Fox News that these are not just eyewitness accounts – they’re videos and measurements taken after ‘multiple sensors that are picking up these things.’
‘When we talk about sightings, we are talking about objects that have been seen by Navy or Air Force pilots, or have been picked up by satellite imagery, that frankly engage in actions that are difficult to explain, movements that are hard to replicate, that we don’t have the technology for, or traveling at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom,’ he said.