When someone catches an UFO on their iPhone and claims it’s an alien, the credibility just isn’t there and is usually laughable, but when a $15 billion air craft carrier, equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technology, captures a UFO on radar and dispatches a fighter pilot who films it, the game changes.
This case is probably the most crucial evidence to date that supports the theory that we may not be alone.
The USS Nimitz aircraft carrier was stationed off the coast of San Diego in California when a collection (about 10) unidentified flying objects came into radar coverage. The radar operator dispatched a fighter jet to try and intercept.
The fighter jet took off, piloted by Commander David Fravor, to engage the strange object in the sky, capturing footage of the incident on its onboard infrared camera.
What’s important to note is that it was the middle of the day where visible was excellent and the pilot not online recorded the event, but saw it whilst reporting back to carrier control team. Before we share the video, here’s what happened.
Upon engaging the unidentified flying object, it was clear that it was no longer a UFO and became an UNAC (unidentified aerial craft).
The unidentified craft did a barrel roll in mid-air at 28,000 feet, dropped down to the ocean below and submerged itself. The fighter pilot followed it down, but as soon as he got to the surface, the unidentified craft shot out the ocean and took off back up to 28,000 feet in seconds.
Anything traveling that fast would create sonic booms, but the most incredible part is that the unidentified aerial craft didn’t make a single sound during the entire event. There is not a single piece of technology in human inventory that can perform anything close to the maneuver the UNAC pulled off, especially at 28,000 feet.
The craft was approximately 40-feet in size and had no wings, no propulsion system and no exhaust port. To give you some context on just how advanced this aerial vehicle was;
Under Newtonian physics, the human body can withstand about 8gs of force. Astronauts are launched in rockets to space and will experience a maximum of about 3gs of force. The UNAC was also pulling 1,350gs of force which would literally turned a human into paste. This puts the craft’s travel speed at 29,700 miles per hour.