Footage of strange UFO incidents across the Pacific Ocean have been captured on video through a series of air traffic control recordings.
Said footage, which was taken over this summer, has now been released as experienced captains talked of bright lights moving in strange ways or "race tracks" in the sky.
These strange sightings were spotted by aeronauts and a former F-18 pilot who were flying routes between Japan and Hawaii, with audio of the pilots calling in the strange sightings gathered by the FAA.
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Some pilots even attempted to film their eerie, alien-like sightings from the cockpit of their vehicle.
What they found were groups of between three and five bright objects, appearing to fly around the sky in what was described by one person as an "unidentified aerial phenomena".
Employers have allegedly told pilots to hush up on reporting the UAPs, but audio obtained by a Freedom of Information act has provided two pilots' interactions with one another in a potential sighting.
Audio can be heard from pilot Mark Hulsey, who said: "We've got a few aircraft to our north here and he's going around in circles, much higher altitude than us. Any idea what they are?"
Control can then be heard responding: "'Uh, no, no I do not. You're not entering any [military] airspace or anything. I am not sure."
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Pilot Hulsey can then be heard describing "maybe three aircraft" in the air with him, and just 20 minutes later added "there's now like seven of them".
He estimated that the collection of unidentified flying objects were "at least 5 or 10,000 feet above us."
Another pilot, Chris Van Voorhis, 63, said he saw similar objects, and speaking to Daily Mail, said: "The other airlines were saying, 'Hey are you seeing what we're seeing?' They were lights that would come on very bright".
He continued: "If it was [Elon Musk's satellite system] Starlink, or anything like that, then it's going to be moving in a linear fashion, and all of them will be moving in the same direction. These weren't. They were moving different directions."
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