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U. S. Navy pilots are back in The New York Times describing Unexplained Flying Objects, UFOs, also known as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, UAPs. Not only are skilled Navy pilots seeing unknowns that can “go from 30,000 feet, diving down” and make 90-degree turns, but Navy Super Hornet pilot Lt. Danny Accoin told The New York Times on May 27, 2019, that in 2014 to 2015 after his radar was upgraded, he “intercepted twice with UFO objects. The first time, after picking up the object on his radar, he set his plane to merge with it, flying 1,000 feet below the UFO. He said he should have been able to see it with his helmet camera, but could not, even though his radar told him it was there. … A few days later, Lt. Accoin said a training missile on his jet locked on the UFO object and his infrared camera picked it up as well. ‘I knew I had it, I knew it was not a false (radar) hit. But still I could not pick it up visually.’”

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Category: Weird Desk