US Navy vid shows UFO whizzing through sky before dropping into ocean as ex-pilot says 'military sees them all the time'

A UFO is believed to have been caught on film cruising by a US littoral combat shop before vanishing in a Pacific Ocean splash.

The orbed-shaped sky and sea object was caught buzzing the Navy ship USS Omaha as personnel tracked it with a targeting camera. 

“Whoa he’s getting close,” one person can be heard off-camera. 

Then seconds later, the shape goes into the ocean and disappears from view. 

“Splash! Splash! Mark bearing range” the same voice is heard exclaiming.

The images and footage were published by investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell on Mystery Wire, and noting that the incident took place on the evening of July 15, 2019, off the coast of San Diego.

Corbell also boasts that the provenance of the still photos and video “all were captured directly from a visual system aboard the USS Omaha.”

Indeed, a Pentagon spokesperson confirmed last month that one of the freeze-frame images Corbell published was recorded by US Navy personnel, according to NBC News 4.

Former Navy Lieutenant Ryan Graves recalled seeing bizarre objects just like the one that soared around the Omaha.

In fact, he said he and his fellow pilots saw them zipping through the skies above restricted Virginia Beach, Virginia airspace on a daily basis. 

“Everyday, everyday for at least a couple of years,” he told CBS 60 Minutes.

Graves is speaking out because he's concerned the flying objects pose a serious security threat. 

The federal government appears to be working to show more of what they know.

A June deadline was set to compile a seminal report after the Senate Intelligence Committee nudged the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense to declassify some of the intel on what is categorized as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs).

"I would say, you know, the highest probability is it's a threat observation program," Graves told 60 Minutes, and wouldn’t rule out the possibility of Russian or Chinese tech behind the encounters.

There have been other unexplained incidents. 

In one encounter from 2004, USS Nimitz pilots reported seeing tic-tac like object in the sky.

Back in July 2019, numerous San Diego-based US warships reportedly were visited by strange vessels above. 

The USS Kidd, a Navy destroyer, was using night vision cameras and spotted several mysterious flashing objects in the skies, according to footage the Pentagon revealed to The Sun Online.

At the time, Sen. Reid told Mystery Wire: "They are coming in swarms, like bees, like insects, so many of them."

Like Graves, Reid too suspects a former Cold War foe might be orchestrating these bizarre sightings.

"Always remember Russia, the Soviet Union, is run by a man who ran the KGB.

"They had as many as 31,000 agents at one time. So Russia is involved in this, no question about it."

Former DOD official Luis Elizondo who said to have analyzed UAPs for over a decade, told 60 Minutes that the out-of-this-world technology in the videos is beyond the capabilities of USS defense.  

"Imagine a technology that can do 600 to 700 G-forces, that can fly 13,000 miles an hour, that, that can evade radar and can fly through air and water and possibly space, and oh, by the way, has no obvious signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces and yet still can defy the natural effects of Earth's gravity,” he said in the 60 Minutes interview.  

“That's precisely what we're seeing."  

Steve Bassett, the executive director of Paradigm Research Group and a lobbyist on this issue, says he believes US intelligence preparing to end what he called a "74-year truth embargo." 

The count apparently started back in 1947 when the Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) in New Mexico distributed a press release claiming they had recovered the remains of a “flying disc” that had crashed in the desert.

The next day, the US Army backtracked and released a second statement claiming the recovered object was actually just a weather balloon.

But if the information comes forward, Bassett believes it will be "most profound" moment in the history of mankind.

"What is going down right now is extraordinary,” he told the Sun Online. “This is really a big deal. We may be in the last days of the truth embargo. 

"We might be finally about to get the confirmation of the ET presence we have been waiting [almost] 75 years for.

"This would be the most profound event in human history."

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