Navy Confirms UFO Videos Are Real And Should Have Never Been Released
A Navy spokesperson has confirmed that videos of UFO's released by former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge's organization are real and should have never been released to the public.
The videos were posted to the site To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science, an organization founded by DeLonge in 2015 to research UFOs and "extraterrestrial life."
“The Navy considers the phenomena contained/depicted in these videos as unidentified,” an official spokesperson for Naval Operations for Information Warfare reportedly told the Black Vault.
In one of the videos from 2015, two pilots are tracking a UFO off the East Coast. One of the pilots is heard saying to the other, "Wow! What is that, man? Look at that flying!”
In another video from 2004, an object that looks like a "Tic Tac" is seen lowering from 60,000 feet to 50 feet in a matter of seconds off the coast of California.
In yet another video, a Navy pilot almost hits a UFO while on a mission.
Former military intelligence official Luis Elizondo reportedly told CNN in 2017, "My personal belief is that there is very compelling evidence that we may not be alone."
And here's one of the videos: