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Ex-Navy officer: 'Underwater UFOs jeopardize US maritime security'

By T.K. Randall
April 15, 2024 · Comment icon 29 comments
Underwater UFO.
A still from US Navy footage of a UFO. Image Credit: YouTube / Jeremy Corbell
A retired rear admiral has expressed concerns over UFOs that have the ability to transition from air to water.
In a new report, retired rear admiral Tim Gallaudet of the US Navy has outlined his concerns that UFOs shown to be capable of seamlessly transitioning from air to water represent a clear and urgent threat to maritime security.

One example of such an object, which was originally filmed by a serviceman aboard the USS Omaha in 2019 after it buzzed a US Navy fleet off the coast of San Diego, was made public by UFO researcher Jeremy Corbell two years ago before being confirmed as authentic by the Pentagon.

In the footage (see below), the object seemed to enter the water without even making a splash.

"The fact that unidentified objects with unexplainable characteristics are entering US water space and the DOD is not raising a giant red flag is a sign that the government is not sharing all it knows about all-domain anomalous phenomena," Galludet wrote.
"Pilots, credible observers and calibrated military instrumentation have recorded objects accelerating at rates and crossing the air-sea interface in ways not possible for anything made by humans."

"To meet the security and scientific challenges, transmedium UAP and USOs should be elevated to national ocean research priorities."

To date, official reports into the UFO (or UAP) phenomenon have stopped short of suggesting that these objects are extraterrestrial in origin, but note that they do pose potential security concerns.

Exactly what these objects are or who is controlling them, however, remains unclear.

Source: Fox News | Comments (29)

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Comment icon #20 Posted by joc 1 month ago
You mean the Weather Balloon or the Clouds?
Comment icon #21 Posted by joc 1 month ago
That is because in the eyes and ears of the Infantry...the only UGO is a dead UGO...  
Comment icon #22 Posted by the13bats 1 month ago
There's a thread or two or three about this thing and I think it's an unmanned drone that can fly and smurge,
Comment icon #23 Posted by the13bats 1 month ago
Comment icon #24 Posted by Steve McGarrett 1 month ago
Yep, the Army threw over 1,400 anti-aircraft shells at it from Howitzers with some direct hits on the stationary hovering saucer shaped object. If it was a blimp or weather balloon and took direct hits and even shrapnel from exploding shells around it, it would have deflated and come down immediately.    Here's the original CBS broadcast from that night.  
Comment icon #25 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps 30 days ago
Ok, you are saying "infantry" as in army or marines. is that right? I am guessing here with 2 possible answers. 1. The infantry does not have any nuke bombs, but the Navy and Airforce do, 2. The Pentagon is showing us what they want, not all that they know
Comment icon #26 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps 30 days ago
lol well, the military historical society came up with "weather balloon" 17 years after the incident, and that is just so lame lol
Comment icon #27 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps 30 days ago
Good post, Steve.  And I'll add to it by saying that the 1,400 AA shells weighed 12 lbs. each. And the army was also firing 50 mm machine guns at it throughout, And finally, the US Army air force flew two squadrons of planes at it that fired their machine guns point blank at it. And in the end, the balloon simply flew away. Shoot! They just don't make balloons like that anymore
Comment icon #28 Posted by Dejarma 30 days ago
'Yep'- very positive there. Who told you this? or should i ask= 'where did you read this'?  just out of interest ?
Comment icon #29 Posted by joc 30 days ago
I know right! It's almost as lame as the claim that it was  aliens from outer space helping the Japanese!

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