“I would say, you know, this is most likely a threat surveillance program,” Graves told 60 Minutes, and did not rule out that Russian or Chinese technology was behind the clashes.
There were other unexplained incidents as well.
In one collision in 2004, USS Nimitz pilots reported seeing tic-tac-toe. object in the sky…
Back in July 2019, numerous US warships based in San Diego reportedly visited the strange vessels from above.
USS Kidd, using night vision cameras, spotted several mysterious flashing objects in the sky, according to footage the Pentagon showed The Sun.
At the time, Senator Harry Reid told Mystery Wire: “They are approaching in flocks, like bees, like insects, there are so many of them.”
Like Graves, Reed also suspects that a former Cold War adversary may have provoked these strange sightings.
“Always remember that Russia, the Soviet Union is ruled by the person who led the KGB.
“They had 31,000 agents at the same time. So Russia is involved in this, there is no doubt about it. “
Former U.S. Department of Defense official Luis Elizondo, who is said to have done UAP analysis for more than a decade, told 60 Minutes that the unearthly technology in the videos goes beyond the capabilities of the U.S. defense.
“Imagine a technology that can reach 600 to 700 congestion, that can fly at 13,000 miles per hour, that can evade radar, and can fly through air, water, and possibly space, and by the way has no obvious signs. driving force, no wings, no control surfaces, and yet can withstand the natural effects of Earth’s gravity, ”he said in an interview with 60 Minutes.
“This is exactly what we see.”
Steve Bassett, Paradigm Research Group’s chief executive and lobbyist on the issue, says he believes US intelligence is preparing to end what he called a “74-year truth embargo.”
The count appears to have begun as early as 1947, when the Roswell Army Airfield (RAAF) in New Mexico circulated a press release claiming they found the remains of a “flying disc” crashed in the desert.
The next day, the US Army retreated and issued a second statement claiming that the object was actually just a weather balloon.