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Navy boat ‘swarmed by UFOs’ in leaked video of USS Omaha radar screen

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A chilling video shows a US Navy warship swarmed by 14 “spherical” UFOs traveling up to 254 kilometers per hour. The video was leaked to Jeremy Corbell, a documentary filmmaker who has been behind a recent string of UFO footage. He posted the clip on his Instagram page to his 200,000 followers, showing the USS Omaha’s radar screen with audible chatter in the background from the crew.

Numerous objects can be seen swarming across the green and black screen in the ship’s combat information center. He explained the July 15, 2019, encounter off the coast of San Diego lasted two hours from 9 pm to 11 pm and ended when one of the 1.8-meter objects plunged into the ocean.

No wreckage was ever recovered from the scene when a US submarine went to investigate. The documentary maker, who runs the website Extraordinary Beliefs, claims still images from this footage were included in a briefing to the US’s UFO task force.

It is claimed the unknown objects – which are said to have been described as “spherical” – were hitting speeds of up to 254km. “138 knots. Holy s—. They’re going fast. Oh, it’s turning around,” exclaims one of the crew from off-screen.

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“We do not know what, if anything, the navy or Pentagon might be willing to say about the USS Omaha incident (and related UAP encounters),” Mr. Corbell said. “But we are confident the incident is a legitimate mystery – and look forward to whatever information might be forthcoming.”

The footage appears to be from the same incident as a previous video leak which shows a spherical UFO appearing to plunge into the ocean.

UFOs – now more commonly referred to in scientific and intelligence circles as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) – have stepped from fringe conspiracy theories to a genuine security concern. And so far, there are no public answers about what appears to be happening in our skies.

However, US officials have started taking the unprecedented step of confirming the authenticity of videos filmed by warships and warplanes of their strange encounters.

And they have admitted they do not know the origin of the strange objects as calls grow in the US for widespread disclosure to figure out what – if anything – the world’s governments are hiding on UFOs.

US intelligence services officially closed the book on the phenomena in 1969 after Project Blue Book – which stated there was nothing to see regarding UFOs.

However, there has been an abrupt turnaround in the last three years as the Pentagon took the unprecedented step of releasing three stunning UFO videos filmed by the US navy.

And it also confirmed the existence of its secretive UFO investigation unit before the US Senate then commissioned a report on the issue from intelligence chiefs.

The Director of National Intelligence’s office, the highest intelligence body in the US, was given 180 days to compile the dossier – with the deadline expiring in June.

US Senator Marco Rubio, a Florida Republican who sits on the intelligence committee, is one of the most significant driving forces – encouraging the US not to “laugh off” the historically stigmatizing phenomena.

Competing theories on the weird videos continue to rage – with some grounded on Earth claiming the videos capture never-before-seen military aircraft or drones. In contrast, others claim it shows otherworldly craft possibly piloted by aliens.

Others, however, are more skeptical and sometimes even dismissive, claiming the bizarre videos may be camera tricks, natural phenomena, or even outright hoaxes.

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