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Video: Ret. Navy Rear Admiral sounds alarm over UFO

The Department of Defense released 3 unclassified Navy videos from 2004 and 2015 showing “unidentified aerial phenomena” on April 27, 2020. (DOD/Released)
June 12, 2024

A video that initially surfaced in 2021 depicting unidentified objects surrounding a Navy ship is again raising concerns over potential Maritime security threats.

In the video, which was shared by News Nation, the USS Omaha appears to be surrounded by numerous unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Due to the video source, the Department of Defense analyzed the video.

While the footage was deemed to be likely unaltered, according to a preliminary report issued by the Pentagon, the recorded objects were not considered to be a matter of immediate national security concern.

Instead, the report provided five potential explanations for the objects, including airborne clutter, natural atmospheric phenomena, classified U.S. government programs, foreign adversary systems (technology released from other governmental sources), and “other.”

The report, however, admits limitations to the study and assessment, noting, “The limited amount of high-quality reporting on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) hampers our ability to draw firm conclusions about the nature or intent of UAP.” The entire report was not made available to the general public, with an annex to the report remaining “classified.”

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Tim Gallaudet, a retired rear admiral in the U.S. Navy, remains concerned over the phenomenon.
In a March 2024 report for the Sol Foundation, Gallaudet stated, “The fact that unidentified objects with unexplainable characteristics are entering US water space and the DOD is not raising a giant red flag is a sign that the government is not sharing all it knows about all-domain anomalous phenomena.”

The objects in the video display capabilities that “jeopardizes U.S. maritime security, which is already weakened by our relative ignorance about the global ocean,” Gallaudet said, according to Fox News.
Gallaudet is urging further research and study of UAP, arguing that the endeavor is “scientifically valid” and that “to meet the security and scientific challenges, transmedium UAP and USOs should be elevated to national ocean research priorities.”

To facilitate that research, the Pentagon reestablished a UAP task force in 2020. According to Defense Scoop, by the end of fiscal year 2024, the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) is expected to reach full operational capability.