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Weeks after the Pentagon published its official version of three videos purported to show UFOs, we can now read reports from Navy pilots who’ve encountered unidentified flying aircraft in other incidents, including some over the Atlantic Ocean. The Drive has acquired eight hazard reports via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. They’re all from U.S. Navy pilots, all describe interactions with weird objects in the skies high above America’s east coast.

A hazard report is standard Navy paperwork, filed when a pilot has a potentially dangerous encounter in the sky. The Navy tracks these reports to build a picture of what’s going on in U.S. airspace and what dangers a pilot may face. Seven of the reports come from F/A-18F Super Hornets from 2013 to 2014. The last comes from an EA-18G Growler. All took place above the Atlantic Ocean. Crucially, none of the reports come from the GOFAST, GIMBAL, or FLIR videos, but they do shed light on the routine nature of encountering weird objects in the sky.

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Category: Weird Desk