Navy Pilot Describes UFO He Encountered As ‘A Sphere Encasing A Cube’ In New York Times Article
There was quite a stir in the disclosure community earlier this month following the U.S. Navy’s revelation that it was issuing new guidance on how UFO’s were reported by it’s pilots.
The new rules were purportedly triggered following concerns raised among Navy personnel that their encounters with unknown physical objects in restricted U.S. airspace deserved stricter attention and less scorn.
Since the announcement, there has been a flurry of reporting on the subject by various mainstream news outlets, including the New York Times, who ran an article Sunday detailing some of the reports being conveyed by pilots to the Defense Department’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.
If you’ve never heard of the program before it’s because it had been operating mostly under the radar until 2017 when Luis Elizondo, the program’s former director, made an appearance on CNN and spilled the beans on it’s existence.
Lt. Ryan Graves, a 10-year veteran of the Navy who went on the record for the New York Times article told reporters that himself and others encountered strange objects during flight missions that resembled ‘spinning tops’.
He describes the objects as being able to hover at altitudes over 30,000 feet for long periods of time. “These things would be out there all day”, he is quoted as saying.
The craft of unknown origin could fly against the wind and had no visible engine or infrared exhaust plumes, according to pilots. Navy personnel reported encountering these objects on an almost daily basis from the summer of 2014 to March 2015 in the skies above the East Coast, according to the article.
In a separate account to reporters, Lt. Graves recalls being approached one day by a ‘visibly shook up’ squadron mate just returning from a flight mission who described a near-miss encounter he had just had with a UFO that resembled ‘a sphere encasing a cube.’
Does the recent flurry of reporting by mainstream news outlets who have historically shied away from the topic of ‘extraterrestrials’ mean things are about to get weird? I hope so. It’s about time isn’t it?