UFOs Crash Military Exercise

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Former Defense Intelligence Officer, Luis Elizondo, in his relentless pursuit of the truth about UFOs, has pinned another key witness to the board. On the latest episode of Unidentified, a Department of Defense investigator contacted Elizondo with information about an incident he conducted an inquiry into between two test helicopters and three unidentified objects.

I have been an investigator for the DoD for 20 years. The entirety of my career has been as an investigator with the goal of attempting to discern foreign threats to our equities.

The investigator, who wishes to remain anonymous, described the event as follows:

Around 2013, 2014, there were two helicopters conducting maneuvers in the Southeast. The pilots were test pilots. They were conducting some pretty stressful maneuvers. It is broad daylight and what happens is one of the pilots looks out the right side of their aircraft, and they notice three glowing orbs that are in triangular formation just in the vicinity of the aircraft.

Well, this orbs maintained the same altitude, the same speed with the helicopter, and then it really started to get interesting. Because as the pilot is conducting the maneuvers to put this brand new helicopter under its stress test, he experiences a power fluctuation, and when he experiences this power fluctuation he starts to descend rapidly, which we would call a "total failure."

The pilot looked over to the right side again, noticed these three orbs descending with the helicopter. And then all of the sudden the helicopter starts going into an uncontrolled descent, at which point he grabs the stick, looks up, and these orbs are gone.

After the incident, a committee was formed to investigate the close encounter, and uncovered at least seven other occurrences where orbs interfered with the electronics of military aircraft. But the findings of the study and its recommendations for further action proved shocking:

The committee discussed the results of us looking into this, and everybody just kinda scratched their heads and was like, "Well, we don't know what it is. We're not is a position to figure it out." And that was that.

Watch all new episodes of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation, Saturdays at 10/9c, and stay up to date.
 
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Former Defense Intelligence Officer, Luis Elizondo, in his relentless pursuit of the truth about UFOs, has pinned another key witness to the board. On the latest episode of Unidentified, a Department of Defense investigator contacted Elizondo with information about an incident he conducted an inquiry into between two test helicopters and three unidentified objects.



The investigator, who wishes to remain anonymous, described the event as follows:



After the incident, a committee was formed to investigate the close encounter, and uncovered at least seven other occurrences where orbs interfered with the electronics of military aircraft. But the findings of the study and its recommendations for further action proved shocking:



Watch all new episodes of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation, Saturdays at 10/9c, and stay up to date.
So that's either plausible deniability of a known project ofr a genuine buggered if we know?