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At least six Super Hornet pilots made visual or instrumental contact with the UFO on November 14, 2004.
The encounters, which have been documented in numerous interviews with first-hand witnesses, remain a mystery, and the object’s incredible speed and movements have led to speculation that it was of extraterrestrial origin.
The original FLIR video of the encounters with the USS Nimitz was leaked online back in 2007.
Witnesses say clips of the video have been widely circulated on the Navy’s intranet — used to communicate between ships in the carrier group — and that an unknown sailor in the group probably leaked it first.
The clip became one of the most acclaimed pieces of evidence in the UFO community when the Pentagon confirmed its authenticity in 2017.
In January, Chad Underwood, the former Navy aviator who shot the famous leaked music video, broke his silence in an interview with New York Magazine.
Chad Underwood, the former Navy aviator who shot the famous leaked music video, broke his silence in an interview with New York Magazine in January
He said the elongated, wingless “Tic Tac”-shaped object was seen off the coast of Mexico over the Pacific Ocean.
He also revealed that the Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser USS Princeton, part of Carrier Strike Group 11, intermittently tracked mysterious aircraft on an advanced AN/SPY-1B passive radar.
The radar contacts were so inexplicable that the system was even shut down and rebooted to check for bugs – but operators continued to track the unknown aircraft.
On Nov. 14, Commander David Fravor says he was flying in an F/A-18F Super Hornet when he made visual contact with the object, which appeared to be submerged, resurfaced and disappeared from view as he tried to approach it. .
When Fravor landed on the deck of the Nimitz, Underwood was just getting ready to make his own training run.
Fravor told Underwood about the bizarre encounter and urged Underwood to keep his eyes open.
He remembers suddenly seeing a flash on his radar before tracking it on his FLIR camera.
Underwood was flying in an F/A-18F Super Hornet as part of the USS Nimitz (above) carrier group when he encountered an ‘unidentified aerial phenomenon’
“What struck me the most was how erratic it was behaving,” Underwood told the magazine.
“And what I mean by ‘irregular’ is that the changes in altitude, airspeed and aspect were unlike anything I’ve ever encountered before flying against other air targets.”
Underwood said the object disobeyed the laws of physics and fell from 50,000 feet to 30 feet in seconds, which he said “isn’t possible.” He added that he saw no signs of a heat plume from the engine or any sign of propulsion.
However, the pilot refuses to speculate whether the object is an alien spacecraft or not.
‘That’s not my job. But I saw something. And it was also seen, via eyeballs, by both my commander, Dave Fravor, and the Commander of the Corps Hornet squadron, who was also there.’