Former Pentagon Official Reveals Secret UFO Investigation Program

For many years, governments around the world have publicly denied the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence. However, in spite of this, they have spent billions of dollars in expensive, undercover programmes to investigate UFO incidents, which is quite contradictory.

Some believe that they have kept these operations in secret in order to avoid panic, but the truth always comes to light.

According to an article published in December on British online newspaper The Daily Mirror, a former Pentagon official called Luis Elizondo declared that there was “very compelling evidence that we may not be alone”.  

“Luis Elizondo, who headed up the $22 million (£16.5 million) Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program [AATIP], believes ‘we may not be alone’ after having read numerous reports of UFOs”, the article states.

“My personal belief is that there is very compelling evidence that we may not be alone”, Mr Elizondo affirmed.

The Daily Mirror explains that Mr Elizondo decided to quit his job in the Department of Defence due to “excessive secrecy and opposition to the [Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification] programme”.

In a recent interview, the former official asserted that the flying objects he detected while he was in charge of the AATIP were completely unknown for him. “These aircraft - we'll call them aircraft - are displaying characteristics that are not currently within the US inventory or in any foreign inventory that we are aware of”, he said.

“These things don't have any obvious flight services, any obvious forms of propulsion, and manoeuvred in ways that include extreme manoeuvrability beyond, I would submit, the healthy G-forces of a human or anything biological”, he continued.

In reference to this, it is important to mention the famous incident that took place in 2004, when two USAF F-16 fighter jets took off from USS Nimitz to investigate an unidentified object that appeared 70 nautical miles off the coast of Tijuana, Mexico.

One of the pilots, Commander David Fravor, described that the UFO “would drop from above 80K to hover roughly 50 feet off the water in a matter of seconds”.

“[The object] hovered and then zipped away at speeds, turn rates and accelerations faster than any known friendly or threat aircraft”, Mr Fravor expressed.

Draw your own conclusions…

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