Last Updated on August 27, 2022 by OtakuKart Staff
New information has emerged about a UFO sighting recorded by the US military 14 years ago in the waters off the coast of California. The incident involving the “Tic Tac” UFO, named after a rapidly white object that closely resembles one of the mints, was first disclosed late last year by The New York Times and The Washington Post. KLAS, a CBS alliance in Las Vegas, got a copy of a report “compiled by and for the military” in 2009 that informs multiple encounters with unusual aerial vehicles (AAVs) over the course of two weeks in late 2004. The report also discussed the AAVs’ high speed and enhanced hiding capabilities, which allowed them to escape detection and observation. Based on the report, “the AAVs can indeed descend very quickly’ from approximately 60,000 feet to nearly 50 feet in a couple of seconds.”
After the release of the evidence, people who believe in other world beings also become curious about this. Let’s dive deep into this.
The US government claims that UFOs are “real.”
The 1-hour Portion of Sunday, MAY 16, 2021 was no doubt a shocking surprise for many people that the United States Government has did admit that UFOs are “true” and that the army is looking into the matter. But it was a trip back in time for me, a brief summary of the strange events of the past four years. A disheartening recap, as I’d wished for at least some new flakes of information to help me solve the rather confusing puzzle of what’s continuing on.
The part begins with a question and answers session with a familiar character, Luis Elizondo, who is rumored to be the former head of AATIP: the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, a $22 million program initiated by Senator Harry Reid. This was presumably created to research potential future advancements in aerospace. According to Elizondo, the program was actually created to investigate UFOs (or, as they prefer to call them now, UAPs, or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.) The funding was put out to bid in 2008 and was granted to Reid’s friend, UFO, and paranormal enthusiast Robert Bigelow.
Elizondo begins with the shocking claim that “the Government now has stated for the record that [UFOs] are true.” That is unless you remember that “UFO” does not simply guarantee alien visitors, but rather something unsolved in the sky about which the viewer needs additional information to identify. Clearly, the government would acknowledge that such things are “real.” A mylar balloon flying into the range of a Navy jet’s camera is “real,” but the “U” in UFO and UAP does not necessarily indicate an alien life form or even an aircraft technology far beyond known physics and aerodynamics. Elizondo then goes on to describe craft with astonishing technologies, such as the power to accelerate at a physics-defying 6oog, reach speeds of 17,000 mph in the atmosphere, or even under water. These are facts that the government has refused to acknowledge are true.
Reports by Pilot
According to the pilots, there was also something in the water. A distortion the size of a football field was described by one pilot: “The commotion appeared to be 50 to 100 meters wide and near to round.” It was the only region and type of whitewater activity visible, and it remembered him of pictures of something quickly immersing from the surface, such as a submarine or ship going to sink.” The disturbed area looked like coastal water around a “just hardly sunken reef or island,” but as the aircraft took flight, he noticed that the commotion had cleared and the sea levels had quieted. Regardless of the fact that he never made a line of sight with whatever caused the commotion, the report says that it could have been affected by an AAV that was hidden due to cloaking and thus “invisible to the human eye.” Another pilot described an AAV disturbance underwater as “foamy waves and foam nearly as if the water was boiling.”
A submarine in the area found nothing unusual underwater. If an object was found in the Pacific Ocean, “it would indicate a highly enhanced capability given the high tech capability of our detectors,” according to the researchers. According to the report, one fighter pilot reporting on the incidents received “a high level of contempt” about the incident.
The military did not verify or deny any of the report’s details and provided little to say about other early pics, such as a video released in March of a 2015 interaction.
The recordings of the “Tic Tac” UFO got a lot of attention last year after the New York Times published a secret Pentagon UFO initiative that has now agreed with no proof of alien life living On earth. Even so, Luis Elizondo, the program’s ex-military intelligence official, stated that there was additional information that the public had not yet viewed. Last December, he said On, “My personal view is that there is very strong proof that we may not be alone. “Other possible explanations involve advanced methods developed by the US military or intelligence services that have yet to be disclosed.”