A filmmaker has released an unclassified Navy video of radar showing a swarm of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) swarming the USS Omaha in July 2019.
Filmmaker Jeremy Corbell tweeted Thursday:
"2019 US Navy warships were swarmed by UFOs; here's the RADAR footage that shows that. Filmed in the Combat Information Center of the USS Omaha / July 15th 2019 / this is corroborative electro-optic data demonstrating a significant UFO event series in a warning area off San Diego."
The reveal is the latest in a series of reports of UAPs being spotted by the U.S. Navy, showing quick-moving objects flying at speeds approaching 160 mph, coming from unknown origins, and at times disappearing into the ocean.
"Holy s**t they're going fast," a Navy sailor says on the video. "Oh, it's turning around."
As impressive as the speed and maneuverability were, a USS Omaha crewman was quotes by Corbell marveling at their ability to stay up for over an hour.
"The most impressive evidence we witnessed was their endurance. The event lasted over an hour with all contacts just disappearing. We were never able to discern where they departed to."
Corbell claims 14 UFOs showed up on the Navy radar – "tied into some of the most sophisticated weapon systems known to humankind."
"It supports the hypothesis that these are not just a balloon that is dropping into the water," Corbell wrote. "it's not something that is easily explained. These are true unidentifieds in mass number."
"Some of the unknown targets drop off RADAR in this footage," Corbell added. "This happened numerous times throughout the UFO encounter series. At the height of the contacts – there were at least 14 unknowns observed at one time. The event series reached a crescendo with one of the unknown targets entering the water at 11 p.m. No wreckage found. None of the unidentified craft were recovered."
The video comes just before a government report from the Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Defense is set to be delivered to Congress in June, detailing governmental investigations of UAPs.
"Collectively, this data drop represents a small section within a large mosaic of UAP awareness by our DoD," Corbell wrote of his latest video. "It is my hope that these materials will be representative of a unique moment in modern history; a possible turning point toward the rational and transparent approach of investigating and exploring the mystery of the UFO Phenomenon.
"So here is an opportunity for anyone – and everyone – to go ahead and seek out the information for yourselves. We do not know what, if anything, the Navy or Pentagon might be willing to say about the USS Omaha incident (and related UAP encounters), but we are confident the incident is a legitimate mystery – and look forward to whatever information might be forthcoming."
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