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USS Omaha Radar Footage Confirms UFO Swarm

Published May 30, 2021

Additional US Navy footage recorded aboard the USS Omaha in 2019 off the coast of San Diego shows the radar screen at the time at least 14 unidentified craft swarmed the US Naval vessel.


The newly declassified US Navy UFO-UAP footage was presented and analyzed by documentary film-maker Jeremy Corbell. From his report it was indicated that at least 14 of these crafts were observed. They were spherical in shape, of solid mass, and had a diameter of approximately 6 feet. They were visibly illuminated, stayed in flight for over an hour, and descended into the water without destruction. A helicopter and submarine were used in the search, and no wreckage or other traces of the craft were discovered. The craft were observed traveling between 46 mph - 158 mph.


One of the important things to consider is that these craft were not only picked up on radar, but also observed and filmed through thermal tracking sensors and optics, ruling out the idea that it was some sort of glitch artifact within one of the instruments.

Published May 30, 2021

Additional US Navy footage recorded aboard the USS Omaha in 2019 off the coast of San Diego shows the radar screen at the time at least 14 unidentified craft swarmed the US Naval vessel.


The newly declassified US Navy UFO-UAP footage was presented and analyzed by documentary film-maker Jeremy Corbell. From his report it was indicated that at least 14 of these crafts were observed. They were spherical in shape, of solid mass, and had a diameter of approximately 6 feet. They were visibly illuminated, stayed in flight for over an hour, and descended into the water without destruction. A helicopter and submarine were used in the search, and no wreckage or other traces of the craft were discovered. The craft were observed traveling between 46 mph - 158 mph.


One of the important things to consider is that these craft were not only picked up on radar, but also observed and filmed through thermal tracking sensors and optics, ruling out the idea that it was some sort of glitch artifact within one of the instruments.

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