On October 25, an unidentified flying object (UFO) was detected on radar, which turned into a series of eyewitness accounts made by commercial airline pilots over the skies of Northern California and Oregon. Even the U.S. Air Force scrambled...Show More Summary
Welcome to another edition of “Celebrity UFO Spotting,” where contestants try to figure out if a famous person’s unidentified flying object or ET sighting report is real or a desperate attempt to garner publicity for a new movie, book or album. Today’s celebrity is Kim Wilde. If you said “Who?” or “I didn’t know she... Read more »
If you've been online recently, you've probably seen this. This is one of two clips released by the Department of Defense. Both videos show a thermal image of an unidentified flying object. The videos have been widely shared and scrutinized. Show More Summary
By Jon Wyatt - In 1829 the British press reported an unidentified flying object was shot down at Wandsworth, England. Wandsworth is a suburb of London, about 4 miles (6 kms) SW of Big Ben; however, in those days it was still a traditional cloth-making village with many French emigres. Show More Summary
David Axe Security, There's no shortage of secret prototypes. From 2007 to 2012, a small team of military investigators looked into sightings of unidentified flying objects—yes, UFOs—from an office deep inside the Pentagon. The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, championed by former U.S. Show More Summary
Tom DeLonge has spoiled UFOs for his peers. It’s no longer enough for celebrities to see unidentified flying objects – not hey have to see something that’s better that anything Tom and his friends in the government and at the To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science have released on video. Need proof? Film... Read more »
Earlier this month, news broke that the Pentagon had secretly run a $US22 million program to investigate unidentified flying objects - and obtained evidence including footage of Navy F/A-18 pilots chasing a strange craft off the coast...Show More Summary
New video of a 2004 encounter between the U.S. Air Force and an unidentified flying object has the internet asking about aliens. Yes, UFOs exist. But they're probably not what you think. New video of a 2004 encounter between the U.S....Show More Summary
The people of Los Angeles can be forgiven if they were a little quick to jump to Extra-Terrestrial conclusions. The government did, after all, just admit that it had spent $22 million to investigate unidentified flying objects. And after 70 years of keeping the government installation known as Area 51 under wraps, Uncle Sam conceded […]
Neil deGrasse Tyson, the wonderful astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium went onto the CNN morning program New Day to talk about the 2004 video of an unidentified flying object that was released by the Department of Defense and offered his uniquely humorous, scientific and logical view of the situation. When asked if he...
The Department of Defense reportedly funded a program to investigate unidentified flying objects (UFOs), according to The New York Times and Politico. One of the program's contractors said he is "absolutely convinced" that aliens frequently...Show More Summary
Washington, DC via the Washington Post. Hold on to your tinfoil hats. The New York Times reported this weekend that the Pentagon houses a program devoted to the study of unidentified flying objects. The Defense Department claims the 10-year-old initiative...
Hold on to your tinfoil hats. The New York Times reported this weekend that the Pentagon houses a program devoted to the study of unidentified flying objects. The Defense Department claims the 10-year-old initiative has been shut down, but others say the funding ended and the work went on — between officials’ other duties, in […]
We may not be alone… Countless people have told stories of spotting Unidentified Flying Objects in the sky, many even sharing photos and video footage to back up their claims. But how seriously does the U.S. Department of Defense look into these matters? As it turns out, they’ve spent millions of dollars trying to protect […]
A former military intelligence official who ran a Pentagon program analyzing unidentified flying objects (UFOs) said Monday that there is “compelling evidence” that “we may not be alone” in the universe. “I can’t s… Read The post ‘We May Not Be Alone’: Former Pentagon UFO Official appeared first on Towleroad.
Previously classified footage has recently emerged showing U.S. fighter jet pilots sighting an unidentified flying object (UFO) alongside news of the Pentagon's $22 million program dedicated to investigating aerial phenomena. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
David Fravor's UFO story emerged days after the Pentagon publicly acknowledged the existence of a recent program dedicated to studying unidentified flying objects.
The United States spends about $600B a year on the Defense Department. With such a large sum of money, it’s not surprising that $22M could be regularly unaccounted for. Which
Newly released video captured by U.S. Navy pilots offers an inside look at a secretive government program that investigated unidentified flying objects. The Defense Department says it ended the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program in 2012 over funding issues. Tony Dokoupil shows us two UFO encounters captured on camera.
The Pentagon has admitted it ran a secret programme tasked with investigating sightings of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs. Although the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Programme ended five years ago, when US defence officials...Show More Summary