UFO sightings are pretty common now, with the military seeing oddly-shaped flying objects on their scanners and radars that can not be identified by common sense. Last year off the coast of California, The US Navy spotted mysterious UFOs last year and attempted to pursue them but ultimately, were left in the dust, or water?
The Department of Defense reported that at least six of these drones flew up to speeds of 45 miles per hour and traveled a distance of 190 nautical miles. This may not seem much in ship terms but in drone terms, these specifications are very unusual. Almost no drone on the market is capable of such speeds.
This news was released in the US’s newest attempts at publicizing classified information. It was reported that four US Navy warships docked near Los Angeles observed six of these unidentified drones, near the Channel Islands. The USS Kidd and USS Rafael Peralta documented these UFOs in July 2019.
The warships attempted radio contact but all attempts were futile. The USS Kidd went radio silent to assess the threat, while other warships noticed red flashing lights coming from the UFOs. An hour later one warship saw a white light hovering over its helicopter pad. They hovered in low visibility at 16 knots an hour. This whole encounter was too advanced for any drone sold on the market. They soon fled to the California Seas.
Commander David Fravor said that “The radar is smart enough that when the signal comes back if it’s been messed with, it will tell you – it will give you indications that it’s being jammed”. He finally added that “When you actively jam another platform, yes it’s technically an act of war”.
These do not seem to be Aliens at least. When you think of aliens, you think of big flying saucers.