Navy pilots are picking things up on their radar. No one is saying, or can say, what they are.
‘Wow, What Is That?’ Navy Pilots Report Unexplained Flying Objects, New York Times, 26 May 2019
Here’s some of the video that was in the article.
A video shows an encounter between a Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet and an unknown object. It was released by the Defense Department’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. Source: U.S. Department of Defense, published December 16, 2017.
Is it something we built, or another country built, or some private group built? Why isn’t whoever is flying it telling the Navy, the Air Force, commercial airlines, it’s out there? At the very least to avoid “near collisions”?
I don’t understand how it stays airborne without wings, with no obvious form of propulsion, no jet engine, no exhaust plume. It emits no sound. If it can stay airborne for 12 hours without refueling, why isn’t this technology being adapted to other aircraft? And why aren’t there better photographs of it? This reminds me of all the blurry photographs of Big Foot. Unless you have some artifacts, in the case of Big Foot, some feces or a corpse, something you can touch and analyze, then the notion that it exists is questionable. So, maybe it’s some kind of weather event or other natural phenomena. What thinking person would not be curious about this?