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The Pentagon is discussing its famous UFO videos publicly. Learn about what the Pentagon is saying about three UFO videos.

Believe what you see when you watch these Pentagon videos of UFOs

Ah, the infamous Pentagon UFO videos. These videos, which were leaked in 2019, shows instances where the US military had run-ins with UFOs. Now whether or not these things are aliens or high-tech, well, we can’t say. But they are odd. While the idea of flying saucers have been around since the 40s, the idea of government cover-ups involving UFOs are older.

UFO sightings are some that have been around for years. With the Pentagon finally talking about the leaked videos, we can stop with the endless speculation. In 2020, the U.S. Department of Defense officially released three declassified videos from the years 2004 & 2015, referring to the contents as “unexplained aerial phenomena”. Many people believe these are real UFOs.

Now, however, they’re finally talking about them.

What is the Pentagon saying about the UFO videos? 

Pentagon spokeswoman Sue Gough said in a statement to CNN about the videos, “As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace, including those incursions initially designated as UAP.”

She also added that the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAP) created in August 2020 has “included these incidents in their ongoing examinations.” What are the incidents in question? Here’s a refresher about three famous videos from the Pentagon leak in 2019.

USS Nimitz Encounter

This was one of the UFO videos that The Pentagon released a while back. On Nov. 14, 2004, the USS Princeton, part of the USS Nimitz carrier strike group, noted an unknown craft on their radar. So, naturally, they decided to send two FA-18F fighter jets to go and check it out. This is when things get . . . odd to say the least. The jets saw a shadowed oval underneath the surface of the churning water. 

A few moments later, a white Tic-Tac shape object appears above the water. There are no visible markings or anything to signal that this is a plane. An attempt to intercept the craft was made, but it disappeared. It reappears 60 miles away, three times the speed of sound and twice the speed of the fighter jets. The video is definitely one of the oddest things that we’ve seen.

It’s honestly one of the most compelling UFO videos to come out of the Pentagon back in 2019

“What is that, man?!”

Another video from 2015 shows a couple of Navy pilots freaking out overseeing a UFO while on a flight. Proof that even the most unflappable people will have a very human reaction “can you believe this” when faced with the unexplainable. It looks like the dot that they are zeroed in on turns colors from black to white. 

The pilots, of course, lose their freaking minds in this Pentagon UFO video. One saying that he can’t believe what he’s seeing while laughing. In the face of something unexplained, it’s a very valid reaction in our opinion. Extremely valid. It’s the most, most valid. 

Honestly, it makes the video also kind of funny as well. You know in between the dread & existential terror at guessing your place in the universe. 


East Coast GO FAST Video

This Pentagon UFO video emerged in 2017, showing an encounter in 2015 that remains unexplained. An F/A-18 Super Hornet encountered an unidentified craft, which was estimated to be 45-feet-long without wings or exhaust. It looked similar to the Nimitz Encounter craft. The pilots tracked the object over the Atlantic Ocean before it rotated on its axis and disappeared. 

What was it? No one has any idea. This is also one of the videos that the Pentagon will be investigating with its UFO task force. Could it be a drone or could aliens be behind it? 

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