Existence of UFOs ‘proved beyond reasonable doubt’, says former Pentagon X-Files chief

 

 

Left: Luis Elizondo, who led the Pentagon effort to investigate UFOs until October. Right: Image taken from a video released by the Defense Department’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program Credit: New York Times

via The Telegraph – Earth may well have been visited by UFOs from outer space, the former head of a secret US government programme has told The Telegraph.

Luis Elizondo said the existence of supremely advanced unidentified aircraft, using technology that did not belong to any nation, had been “proved beyond reasonable doubt”.

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Navy pilot describes 2004 encounter with UAP [UFO] off San Diego coast

By Abby Hamblin   Contact Reporter

via San Diego Union Tribune – A Navy pilot says he encountered a mysterious aircraft off the coast of San Diego in 2004 and video from the Department of Defense has kicked talk of UFOs and the possibility of alien life into overdrive.

The New York Times shared an interview with now retired Cmdr. David Fravor on Saturday amid newsthat, for the first time, a spokesperson confirmed that a program to research UFOs existed at the Pentagon. Fravor’s encounter was one the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program was investigating, according to reports by The New York Times and The Washington Post.

This is what Fravor says happened. He and another pilot were with the USS Nimitz training in F/A-18F Super Hornets about 100 miles out in the Pacific Ocean when someone on the Navy cruiser USS Princeton contacted them by radio about mysterious aircraft.

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No ‘Space Corps’ as Air Force gets sole authority to boost America’s galactic might

No ‘Space Corps’ as Air Force gets sole authority to boost America’s galactic might
via RT – Plans for a US military “Space Corps” have been scrapped, after the proposal was left out of the final version of the $700 billion National Defense Authorization Act.

Congress planned to create a new military branch dedicated to space, like the Marine Corps, but the Air Force had fought against the proposed space corps as it would have taken over the military’s space operations.

Instead, the NDAA gives Air Force Space Command’s sole authority to organize, train and equip all space forces.

Chief backers of the initial proposal remain positive, however, seeing the bill as a good start to prevent a “space Pearl Harbour.”

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