In recent years, a number of American pilots, as well as the common people, have reported seeing UFOs, unidentified flying objects, crossing the American airspace.
One of the alleged witnesses is Lt. Ryan Graves who claimed to have been seeing UFOs up to 30,000 feet high on a regular basis.
As the man explained in an interview with The New York Times, the mysterious aircraft was accelerating at unbelievable rates and reached hypersonic speeds despite not showing any evidence of engine exhaust.
“These things would be out there all day. With the speeds we observed, 12 hours in the air is 11 hours longer than we’d expect,” Graves admitted.
Furthermore, the pilot shared his surprise upon the fact that the aircraft was able to come to a total stop in an instant and turn around before accelerating to great speeds.
“Speed doesn’t kill you. Stopping does. Or acceleration,” he added.
Besides Graves, another pilot reported nearly crashing in a UFO back in 2014. The Super Hornet fighter jet pilot claimed the aircraft looked like a “sphere encasing a cube.”
Another pilot claimed to have seen a UFO on his radar, infrared camera, and missile system. He, however, couldn’t see the aircraft in his helmet.
“I knew I had it, I knew it was not a false hit,” Lt. Danny Accoin said. “But I could not pick it up visually.”
The alleged UFOs sightings came to light after a Department of Defense spokesperson admitted Pentagon’s interest in what they refer to as “unidentified aerial phenomena.”
According to The New York Post’s report on the matter, the representative confirmed the initiative called Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program served as the base of Pentagon’s investigations into unexplained and mysterious aircraft.
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