The government appears not interested in producing more details about
potential UFOs in our military airspace beyond three Navy videos.
Some UFO enthusiasts suggest that the private sector should get more
directly involved. Well, this may be happening very soon.
Kevin Day, a
former sailor on the USS Princeton during the Nimitz UFO encounters,
has embarked a company that plans to locate and track UFOs if they
are still visiting off the California Coast. The question now is that
if this venture can attract investors.
believes it does, and that’s the reason he founded UAP eXpeditions.
The organization plans to install advanced equipment off the coast of
California for tracking UAPs like those infamous Tic Tacs tracked by
the USS Nimitz.
Day should know
about this as he was stationed on the USS Princeton as an air
intercept controller during the encounter. He believes those UFOs are
still out there.
Day has teamed up
with Dr. Kevin Knuth, an ex-NASA scientist, to find those tic tacs.
While Day knows what these mysterious objects look like, Knuth knows
how to capture their images in the best details as possible and share
them with the public.
The plan involves
using powerful binoculars, drones, cameras in the visual to infrared
wavelengths, and satellite data. Mr. Day is partnering with quantum
physicist Deep Prasad and several other big names. Prasad said that
these investigations could lead to incredible technological advances
if we can reverse engineer what these UFOs are capable of doing.