In a released video, a ‘spherical’ UFO splashes into the ocean in front of US Naval forces.


In a released video, a ‘spherical’ UFO splashes into the ocean in front of US Naval forces.

A new UFO sighting has been reported by US Navy personnel, ahead of the Pentagon’s report on “unidentified aerial phenomena” due out next month.

While deployed off the coast of San Diego, crew members from the USS Omaha obtained film of a “spherical” object falling into the water. The video was leaked to investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, who has published prior Navy contacts. It was taken on July 15, 2019.

A camera aboard the USS Omaha captured footage of the UFO.

The object filmed performing a controlled drop into the ocean was also spotted by two crew members.

After it vanished into the sea off San Diego, one of the two shouted, “Wow, it splashed.”

According to the video, the UFO lingered above for a long time.

Mr. Corbell previously leaked video of three pyramid-shaped UFOs flying off the California coast.

The footage was the greatest he had “ever seen,” he said.

The Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) purportedly gathered the video, which was then given to the filmmaker.

Three faint orbs may be seen hovering above the USS Russell in this brief video shot by crew members aboard the destroyer.

Susan Gough, a Pentagon spokeswoman, told The Sun that “the referenced images and videos were captured by Navy personnel,” but she wouldn’t say what the footage revealed.

Former Navy Lieutenant Ryan Graves recently termed UFOs and “unidentified aerial phenomena” a national security concern.

Between 2015 and 2017, the former officials said he and his colleagues detected the items hundreds of times in protected air space, according to an interview with 60 Minutes that aired today.

It also comes ahead of the Pentagon’s UFO report, which is expected to be released in June.

Former President Donald Trump issued an order for the Department of Defense to publicize all footage of “unidentified aerial phenomena” in his last coronavirus relief package.


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