Dozens of astonishing UFO sightings witnessed by pilots and classified as "near misses" have been released by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
The detailed list of reports covers UFO or so-called Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) sightings from January 1, 2008 to the present.
The list, published on the Black Vault site, covers more than 60 “near miss” encounters with unexplained objects recorded by trained pilots in just 14 years.
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Some of the unidentified objects appear to have been drones that were being flown irresponsible users, but others defy any rational explanation.
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One, reported in July 2020, was a “very large, Frisbee or cigar shaped object that had no tail or ailerons moving very fast and low level”.
The mystery object was “a silver, white colour, almost transparent and it made no sound”.
Another unexplained “star-like” object was observed by an airline pilot to rapidly change altitudes before suddenly going into a hover.
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Not all pilots choose to report potential UFO sighting, for fear of harming their reputations. After a mysterious “line of lights” in the sky was sighted by multiple witnesses in Arizona in 2013, a pilot contacted by radar operators confirmed that he could see the objects but declined to make a report to the UFO hotline.
In some cases the mystery objects appear to chase the airliners.
Researcher Kyle Warfel, whose FOIA request led to the release of the sightings, said: “There are hundreds of thousands of UAP sightings every year around the globe and hundreds of thousands more that go unreported.
“The recent publication of the UAPTF Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena shows that this issue is real and can not be ignored.”
He’s convinced that the US government knows exactly what these objects are, but for some reason has chosen to keep that information secret.
“We have the ability to see license plates from orbit and yet we don’t have enough data to make a conclusion on what these things are?” He asked. “Bottom line, we cannot be trusted with the truth.”
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