On a hunt for the most legitimate recent UFO sightings with video evidence, I found this. Remember when Robert Bigelow said on 60 minutes that the evidence aliens are on earth is right under our noses? Bigelow was involved in a $22M secret Pentagon-led UFO program and video recently released apparently shows a superfast high-altitude craft of an unusual shape.
Earlier this month, the New York Times released an elaborate report detailing a secret Pentagon-led program that focused on unidentified flying objects. Videos from the program released along with the report show official images of what seem to be UFOs. The clips were captured by Raytheon’s infrared sensors, the company said.
The Times report detailed a 2004 incident near the coast of San Diego in which three F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter jets encountered a UFO. The video, released by the group To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science, shows the American pilots astonished of what they were seeing.
Here is video captured by a US navy F/A-18 Super Hornet off the coast of San Diego in 2004:
… The Pentagon UFO program, called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, analyzed UAP imagery and data, including images from Raytheon’s ATFLIR.
“We might be the system that caught the first evidence of E.T. out there,” Aaron Maestas, the director of engineering and chief engineer for Surveillance and Targeting Systems at the company’s Space and Airborne Systems business, said in a statement this month. “But I’m not surprised we were able to see it. ATFLIR is designed to operate on targets that are traveling in excess of Mach 1. It’s a very agile optical system with a sensitive detector that can distinguish between the cold sky and the hot moving target quite easily.”
Raytheon describes the ATFLIR as a “single pod pod that combines mid-wave infrared targeting and navigation FLIRs, an electro-optical, or visual light, sensor, a laser rangefinder and target designator, and a laser spot-tracker.” ATFLIR can spot and designate targets during the day or at night. It can locate targets at ranges surpassing 40 nautical miles and altitudes past 50,000 feet.
From 2007 to 2012 the $22 million Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program investigated UFO reports and run under military intelligence official Luis Elizondo inside the Pentagon. … The secret program was primarily funded at the request of former Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., the report said. The Democrat, who retired last December, was reportedly a space fan. Most of the funds went to an aerospace research company run by billionaire entrepreneur Robert Bigelow, a friend of Reid’s. …
The Pentagon program gathered video and audio recordings of reported incidents involving UFOs. Some footage was collected from a Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet and “showed the aircraft surrounded by some kind of glowing aura traveling at high speed and rotating as it moves,” according to the Times. In the video, the pilots were confused about what they were looking at, while one pilot yelled: “There’s a whole fleet of them.”