Forensic Analysis of Navy UFO Encounters

UFO NEWS Today: A Forensic Analysis of Navy Carrier Strike Group Eleven Encounter with an Anomalous Aerial Vehicle. Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (U.A.P) have been encountered by the military throughout the last 70 years. Whether these UFOs are a physical reality is open for debate and electronic documentation of these UFO sightings is difficult to obtain. This paper describes the analysis of an Infrared video taken of a U.A.P encountered by the U.S. Navy in 2004. On November 14th of 2004, the U.S. Navy’s Carrier Strike Group Eleven, including the USS Nimitz nuclear aircraft carrier and the USS Princeton missile cruiser, were conducting a training exercise off the coast of southern California when the Navy’s radar systems detected what the Navy described as anomalous aerial vehicles (AAV). These AAVs were deemed a safety hazard to an upcoming air exercise and the captain of the USS Princeton ordered an interception with two F/A-18-F Navy jets. This paper examines a publicly available subset of these data: Eyewitness information from the pilots and radar operators; Freedom of Information Act releases of four naval documents; and a Defense Intelligence Agency released FLIR video taken by an F/A-18 jet. A Defense Intelligence Agency released UFO video taken by an F/A-18-F jet using an AN/ASQ-228 Advanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) system has been analyzed to determine demonstrated accelerations of the U.A.P.


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