Pentagon Confirms 'Pyramid-Shaped' UFO Video Footage Is Authentic

Pentagon Confirms ‘Pyramid-Shaped’ UFO Video Footage Is Authentic

A series of newly surfaced images and videos of unidentified flying objects filmed by the US Navy have now been confirmed as authentic by the Pentagon.

While many in the public generally refer to such mysterious sightings as UFOs, the more modern term used in defense circles is ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena’ (UAPs) – and they’re something the intelligence community takes very seriously.

While UFOs are a stigmatized topic – associated with conspiracy theories and intertwined with pop culture – the fact remains that UAPs, sometimes also called Anomalous Aerial Vehicles (AAVs), are nonetheless very real, representing documented sightings of phenomena that neither the military nor scientific observers can easily identify.

The newly surfaced sightings, sourced by filmmaker Jeremy Corbell and reporter George Knapp, include footage of a mysterious “pyramid-shaped” craft observed flying through the sky, along with images of three other strange objects, one of which appears to have been shared online last year.

While nobody knows for sure just what these enigmatic visions really are, the Pentagon has at least confirmed that the images are genuine: authentic photography and footage of UAPs captured by the US Navy.

“I can confirm that the referenced photos and videos were taken by Navy personnel,” Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough said in a statement distributed to numerous media outlets.

“The UAPTF [Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force] has included these incidents in their ongoing examinations.”

But while the Pentagon corroborates the authenticity of the imagery, the US Department of Defense (DOD) hasn’t clarified anything further than that, remaining tight-lipped about what, if anything, their investigations of these strange objects might have upturned.

“As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace, including those incursions initially designated as UAP,” Gough said.

May 1st 2020 a classified briefing was generated about the UFO / UAP presence via the Office of Naval Intelligence. I was able to obtain information regarding these & other UAP related briefings - as well as - unclassified slides & some intriguing military captured UAP footage.

— Jeremy Corbell (@JeremyCorbell) April 8, 2021

Thanks to Corbell and Knapp’s investigations, however, more can be revealed about the details of these sightings, including details presented in a series of classified intelligence briefings in May 2020 by the UAPTF to educate Defense personnel on UFO/UAP matters.

In the briefings, one reported sighting details observations of a “pyramid-shaped” (Corbell’s term) craft, filmed by crew of the USS Russell off the coast of San Diego in July 2019.

While video of the incident only clearly shows one such triangular-looking object, said to be hovering about 210 meters (700 ft) above the vessel, an account of the episode describes three purported unidentified vehicles flying in a swarm over the ship.

In another sighting, a spherical vehicle of some kind was observed by crew aboard the USS Omaha, flying into the ocean and disappearing in the water. The UAPTF documentation suggests the craft was thought to have sunk, but a subsequent search of the area by submarine revealed no wreckage.

A series of other sightings, all recorded on the same day in March 2019 by an F-18 weapon systems officer using his iPhone’s camera, reveal three UAPs seen near Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia

The objects, all of which look dissimilar, have come to be known as the ‘Sphere’, the ‘Acorn’, and the ‘Metallic Blimp’, and while some have speculated they could be weather balloons or foreign spy drones, as far as we know, they remain unidentified and are still considered to be UAPs.

EXCLUSIVE: New photographs obtained by Mystery Wire show different shaped unidentified objects. #UFO #UFOTwitter #Navy #MysteryWire

— Mystery Wire (@MysteryWire) April 7, 2021

Not that the Pentagon confirms that. When pressed by intelligence website The Black Vault as to whether these UAPs were still categorized as unidentified, Gough only offered: “I have nothing further for you beyond what I provided.”

While there are still many questions about these strange unidentified phenomena, the newly leaked information does at least provide more evidence that the DOD continues to investigate and treat UAPs as a serious subject.

Corbell, along with others in the intelligence community, hope that by sharing this information, it will further bolster rational and transparent investigations of these mysterious objects.

“Recent UAP interactions have been put in our path with purpose, and should be looked upon as advantageous opportunities for future research,” a senior intelligence officer familiar with the recent UAP briefings told Corbell.

“With every incursion, overflight and potential midair - it has never been more prudent to investigate this UAP phenomenon and deglamorize the UFO stigma through the ranks.”

3 Points

Every picture from Mars is crystal clear, even the moving pics of Perseverance landing.
Every picture of UFO’s, Lockness Monster, Bigfoot are blurry out of focus no reference WTF is that type pics.

4 Points

Good point, Masterv. But that in itself is probably due to the fact that the powers that be (where they have the original film) don’t want clarity outside of their power base! The other factor is that NASA’s cameras on Mars are just taking images all the time of predictable things (I.e., rocks) whereas UFO’s (sorry, UAP’s!) appear unpredictably and are usually only imaged on the fly with whatever is to hand. IMHO

4 Points

Over the last few years, I’ve had a couple of interesting chats about these things, particularly with some former matelots who claim to have seen large objects flying around and in/below/out of the water in various parts of the world. Perhaps mermaids have updated their tech? :wink:

I suspect most sightings are explained away via natural phenomena and/or secret tech projects but then there’s always that tantalisingly small number that aren’t so easy to dismiss. A late family friend - who was a very down-to-earth Welshman, indeed - saw a classic flying saucer along with an entire family back in the 1980s when he was helping the latter with a breakdown. The adults were talking, noticed that the kids were suddenly quiet and staring open-mouthed at something above them. They all looked up and saw a disc through a gap in the clouds.

There does seem to be a growing number of these ‘officially’ vindicated sightings. It almost feels like there’s a program of disclosure, or disinformation if you’re feeling conspiracy-minded, underway. Time will tell, I suppose.

2 Points

its not that easy to capture a moving object from far away, try it on an airplane and then think of catching a more distant object moving even faster with no trajectory

1 point

I have certainly seen two in my life. The first many many years ago just north of Brighton: I was driving along a country road just before dusk when this great circular silver object (with porthole style windows) flew across in front of me. I stopped in a layby and followed this thing going higher and higher, and zigzagging about, for a good hour. Eventually it appeared to be joined by four or five other ‘things’ (so high by then they looked almost like stars in the sky) and together they made a formation pattern and were gone in the blink of an eye.
The second was here in France about two months ago: Broad daylight, strange sounding noise in the sky, I looked up and saw something that looked like a silver fighter aircraft sort of shape - but much more starwars looking - literally appear from behind a smallish cloud, and it was almost stationary. No aircraft could have remained airborne at such a slow speed. Excitedly I turned around and shouted for my wife to come see, and when I looked back it had gone. (No I had not been on the old Vino!) :smiley:

3 Points

I have seen many unidentifiable things in Brighton, though none of them flying.

2 Points

Oh yes!

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