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U.S. Navy Confirms UFO Videos Posted by Blink 182’s Tom DeLonge Are Real

Everyone made fun of former Blink 182 rocker Tom DeLonge when he started the To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2015 to pursue his belief that aliens were real, but guess who’s laughing now.
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Two years after he set up TTSA, DeLonge posted 3 videos he obtained through a freedom of information act, showing trainee pilots’ encounter with UFOs. Now, UFOs do not mean green alien-manned ships, even if that’s the impression you might get from the stuff you can find online.

UFO stands for unidentified flying object or, as the U.S. Navy likes to call them now, unidentified aerial phenomena or UAP. In a statement to CNN, Navy spokesperson Joe Gradisher confirms that the declassified videos made public do indeed show UAPs and says that they, the videos, should have never been made public.

He would not comment further on that, so let’s parse his statement a bit. Though some might choose to interpret it as “aliens do exist and the U.S. Navy just confirmed it,” what Grandisher is actually saying is that those things the pilots saw remain unidentified. In other words, he confirms that a bunch of unidentified flying objects are unidentified flying objects.

Grandisher also said words about how the Navy encourages pilots to report sightings of UAPs for safety reasons and how they were initially reluctant to do so because of the association of UFOs with green aliens.

“This is all about frequent incursions into our training ranges by UAPs. Those incursions present a safety hazard to the safe flight of our aviators and the security of our operations,” he says. “For many years, our aviators didn't report these incursions because of the stigma attached to previous terminology and theories about what may or may not be in those videos.”

That said, one UAP shown in the video below seems to have the capacity to move at extreme speeds. It was spotted by the pilot of a U.S. navy F/A-18 Super Hornet flying off the coast of San Diego, with TTSA noting that the plane was equipped with “one of the most advanced sensor tracking devices in use.” Still, the UAP was able to move at such a great speed that sensors were unable to track it and lock on it again.

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