The US Navy
confirmed in September that three videos possibly showing UFOs were of an
unidentified and unauthorised nature. This has eventually sparked a new wave of
revelations from Navy officers who were involved in the subject.
officer Ryan Weigelt was on board the USS Princeton when fighter pilots
encountered a Tic Tac-shaped UFO close to the coast of San Diego in 2004. He
has opened up about a group of officials boarding the ship to retrieve some
secret details following the incident.
pilots of the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group encountered a UFO on November 14,
2004, that was recorded on video and released to the public in 2017 under the
title FLIR1, alongside two other videos titled Gimbal and GoFast, which were
caught in January 2015.
Pentagon official Luis Elizondo acquired all three videos, and Blink-182
singer-lead research organisation To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science
Officer Weigelt revealed that a group of military personnel from the US Air
force landed on his ship without assignment shortly after the fighter jets
spotted the strange object.
then allegedly went straight to the Admiral’s Quarter and retrieved some
details from USS Princeton helicopters. Weigelt said that he could not tell
what it was they had retrieved, but it was something needed to fly their
officer explained that the group had taken off something from their aircraft,
and there was no way they could safely fly their aircraft in a battle group
without it. He then revealed that the group of mysterious officials ordered the
USS Princeton to harbour at a nearby marina while leaving the missile cruiser
by a rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RIB).
petty officer said that it was the first time in his several military cruises
that they pulled in during a work-up to a harbour for any reason whatsoever.
naval officer then concluded that these guys were looking for data on the UFOs.