However, due to security agreements and the fear of legal consequences, he is unable to come forward with more detailed information.
The retired Navy senior chief, whose identity continues to remain anonymous has said there is a need for a secure method for individuals to report potential unidentified flying objects (UFOs).
'I'm going to be honest with you. I'd love to tell everything in detail, but I'm not willing to go to jail to do it,' the retired Navy senior chief told Fox News. 'I'm constrained because of security agreements, so they need a way for submissions to be made.'
According to the retired Navy senior, he along with other military service members observed a metallic orb from above in Afghanistan in the early 2000s.
But being constrained by security protocols it means the materials that were collected are unable to be shared and analyzed.
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