2019 the US Navy filmed “SPHERICAL” shaped UFOs going into the water
Location of ship:
Time of event (Submersion)
11pm PST (6am GMT – indicated a day ahead on display)
It is noted in intelligence reports that the “spherical” craft appeared to be transmedium capable, and were observed descending into the water without destruction.
It is noted in intelligence reports that the “spherical” craft could not be found upon entry to the water – that a submarine was used in the search – and recovered nothing.
:05 “Took off, bookin’ it.”
:21 “Break, OMAHA, PINCKNEY, KIDD, RAFAEL PERALTA possibility to launch helo ASAP”.
:28 “If it splashes you get a bearing and range.”
:30 “Yes sir.”
:32 “… keep going bro [inaudible]”
:36 “… it’s windy as fuck out there.”
:42 “… got a lotta white water out there. Six foot swells.”
:43 “Whoa, it’s getting close.”
:50 “We have, uh, 31 knots sustained wind topside, gust of 40 [knots].”
:56 “Whoa, it splashed!”
:58 “Mark bearing and range.”
“In the end I’m 50/50 that it is man made tech from somewhere. Either way it’s world changing. Because of the incredible energy capacity of the crafts.” – Crewman, USS Omaha.
What’s presented here is genuine UFO / UAP footage – evidence – with impressive provenance. These are images and video shot by our US Military – during a variety of UAP encounters. Incursions – by seemingly Advanced Transmedium Vehicles of unknown origin – interacting and observing our Navy’s warships and fleet deployments in a restricted airspace.
The Night Vision and FLIR technologies represented in this content, in this case, is tied into some of the most sophisticated weapon systems known to humankind.
The evidence here must be differentiated from other UAP documentation – due to the context of capture alone. Collectively, this data drop represents a small section within a large mosaic of UAP awareness by our DoD.
And its presence in a classified series of intelligence briefings – clearly demonstrates how the UAP subject is being viewed, pursued and handled by the United States defense industry.
Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell (aka 4Name)