Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Ton DeLonge's research academy have revealed a controversial new UFO video

Ton DeLonge's research academy have revealed a controversial new UFO video

The report regarding the video gave little more information about this unearthly alien UFO sighting. The group is led by former U.S. Central Intelligence Agency member James Semivan and NASA and U.S. Department of Defense adviser Dr. Hal Puthoff.

The objects, which the pilots initially suspected as being drones of some sort, appear to hover briefly before zipping away at speeds that elicit gasps from the pilots, the Washington Post reported.

As the UFO continues on its flight path, one of the pilot makes a note of their speed and direction - "They are all going against the wind".

In a Washington Post op-ed, Mellon, who now works at The Stars Academy of Arts and Science (TTSA), says some US pilots have encountered a UFO and several have even caught footage of the occurrence, but not enough has been done about it.

To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science - an organization leading on the issue that includes a former head of the now-defunct Pentagon program and was co-founded by former Blink182 musician Tom DeLonge - released the video titled "GO FAST" on Friday.

"Look at that flying!" one of them says. The footage was taken from cockpit cameras and shows the USA fighter pilots struggling to lock their radar on to the small oval-shaped white object.

"This footage was captured by a U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet using the Raytheon ATFLIR Pod that was being operated by a highly trained aerial observer and weapons system operator whom the government has spent millions of dollars to train", the research firm reports in a statement accompanying the video.

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A year ago in a report by the New York Times, Pentagon acknowledged they shelved a program in 2012 that was devoted to identifying unknown space objects claiming there "were other, higher priority issues" that deserved funding.

When the pilots flew closer to have a look at the alleged UFO, they found that it accelerated like no craft here on earth with "no [exhaust] plumes, wings or rotors".

It is not the first time UFO footage recorded by the military has been declassified.

The new video comes soon after two other declassified videos of supposed UFO sightings by U.S. Navy pilots were published by The New York Times in December.

Thomas Crosson, a spokesperson with the Pentagon, told the Times at the time in an email that the program ended due to "higher priority" issues that needed additional funding. "We have no idea what's behind these weird incidents because we're not investigating", he wrote.

He said one of the reasons it isn't investigated to the extent it should be is the stigma attached to UFOs.

"Nobody wants to be ridiculed or sidelined for drawing attention to the issue", Mellon writes. "This is true up and down the chain of command, and it is a serious and recurring impediment to progress", he said.

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