Former head of the government's secret UFO program, claiming to have seen mysterious supersonic vehicles spun as a top set to reveal everything in new documentary
- Luiz Elizondo will talk about clearing up a secret UFO program from the government
- Elizondo hopes to start a conversation in a documentary about the History Channel
- Included in the documentary are details about sightings of mysterious planes
- The documentary moves the needle to a more frank discussion about UFO's
One of the former leaders of a secret government program intended to identify the nature of & # 39; unknown phenomenon of the air & # 39; to investigate is the opening of some of the strange and often unexplained accounts.
In an upcoming History Channel documentary with former head of the Pentagon's Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), Luis Elizondo describes his involvement in the Pentagon's UFO research program in a blockbuster New York Times report from 2017.
In the Times & # 39; Elizondo report revealed that he left the secret $ 22 million government program after what he called excessive secrecy and internal opposition to the project.
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Luis Elizondo, pictured above, led a secret government program designed to investigate the nature of UFOs and will open about his involvement in a documentary about the History Channel
According to Elizondo, who spoke to Live Science for the premiere of the documentary tonight at 10 a.m. ET, the purpose of his participation is to launch a frank conversation about the phenomenon witnessed by the now-defunct program and other similar reports.
Included in that discussion are several enigmatic reports of planes that seem to defy the laws of gravity as people know them, travel and maneuver at speeds that are incomparable with current technology.
In a recent report from the New York Times, a former naval officer described some of those sightings that he said had occurred between 2014 and 2015.
The mysterious vessel, which he said it looked like a toll, had no visible propulsion but did reach 30,000 feet at speeds much faster than sound.
& # 39; These things would be there all day & # 39 ;, said Ryan Graves, an F / A-18 Super Hornet pilot Times.
Unexplained aircraft often defy the laws of gravity and travel at speeds far beyond the limits of human aerospace technology. In a New York Times report, a former naval officer described some of those sightings (one of which was visible) that he said took place between 2014 and 2015
& # 39; Keeping an aircraft in the air requires a significant amount of energy. At the speeds we observed, 12 hours in the air is 11 hours longer than we expected. & # 39;
Elizondo also said that these observations of seemingly impossible aircraft were not uncommon. In an interview with Live Science, he said that some of the ships reported by the agency far exceeded the known limits of gravity.
While human technology comes to around 16 to 18 G & # 39; s, the craft seemed to ignore those rules.
& # 39; These things that we observed drew 400 to 500 G & # 39; s, & # 39; Elizondo told Live Science.
& # 39; They have no motors or even wings, and they seem to be defying the natural effects of Earth's gravity. & # 39;
Elizondo stops saying that the unknown craft is the result of aliens, but emphasizes the need to investigate the phenomenon, referring to its implications for national security.
The willingness to talk about inexplicable phenomenon seems to have been expanded in the US military with new sighting reporting guidelines
& # 39; We trust that the American people know that North Korea has nuclear warheads directed to Los Angeles, but we don't trust them knowing that something is in our air and we don't know what it is? That seems counterproductive to me, & # 39; Elizondo told Live Science.
Elizondo & # 39; s appearance in the History Channel documentary marks the final step to an increasing willingness of the US government and others to acknowledge and investigate the existence of UFOs.
Recently, the US Navy has unveiled new guidelines for gathering information about UFO sightings, which they said are intended to make it easier for seafarers to report UFO sightings amid fears that the objects are actually & # 39 ; extremely advanced Russian aircraft & # 39; could be.
Earlier this month, a US Department of Defense spokesperson confirmed the Pentagon's interest in UFO's for the New York Post, referring to the agency's investigation of & # 39; unidentified air phenomena & # 39; in an unprecedented use of UFO-like terminology.
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