Now that the CIA, NASA, and the Pentagon have all admitted that Unidentified Flying Objects are real and all of these federal agencies have been studying them for years, dedicated ufologists have been hoping against hope that 2020 will be the Year of Disclosure. But no.
The U.S. Navy (USN) just dodged a truth bullet fired by dedicated researcher Christian Lambright who fired off a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request on October 28, 2019, to the USN’s Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) for records relating to the famed USS Nimitz “Tic Tac” UFO encounter.
As this author wrote last year, the U.S. Navy’s Nimitz Carrier Strike Group (CSG) was performing routine operations off the western coast of the United States in November 2004 when radar operators on ships and in planes detected multiple unknown objects near them on multiple occasions over several days:
“In an astounding turn of events, a U.S. Navy report said that a UFO spotted 15 years ago was an unknown aircraft which was not listed in any country’s military inventory. The UFO displayed advanced aerodynamic performance, advanced propulsion, and the ability to cloak itself and become invisible to the human eye.
“Not only that, this unknown craft, absent of any visible means to generate lift, was also able to operate undersea without being detected by the Navy’s most advanced sensors.”
We the People would know nothing about the Navy’s close encounters with UFOs if official videos hadn’t come to light. Clearly, the U.S. Navy pilots were trained observers with impeccable credibility and their radar images don’t lie.
The Navy “Tic Tac” footage was leaked in December 2017 by former intelligence officer Luis Elizondo who provided it to the New York Times and a johnny-come-lately “entertainment” company with a UFO disclosure agenda called To The Stars Academy (TTSA).
Consequently, the USN changed its official position about UFOs – denial – to admission.
A Newsweek article from April 2019 that confirmed what ufologists have known all along, that “the U.S. Navy will not share any more information regarding what they call ‘unexplained aerial phenomena’ with the public, despite drafting formal procedures to document UFO sightings on an ongoing basis.”
On April 24, the USN announced it had drafted “new” guidelines for reporting “unidentified aircraft” due to the accelerating number of Navy reports that UFOs were “flying into or near Navy strike groups or other sensitive military facilities and formations.”
In June, President Trump was briefed on UFOs and the next month, three U.S. Senators beheld the privy information. Of course, We the People have been kept completely in the dark.
Enter Christian Lambright who is doing the LightWork our federal government refuses, as part of its decades-long covert propaganda program to convince everyone that UFOs and alien occupants are science fiction.
The investigator’s FOIA request included “all releasable portions of records and reports related to investigation of the detection of and encounter(s) with Anomalous Aerial Vehicles (AAVs) by personnel involved with the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group (CSG) operations off the western coast of the United States during the period of approximately 10-16 November 2004.”
On December 9, Camille V’Estres, who coordinates FOIA/PA (PA stands for Privacy Act) at the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), replied to Lambert’s inquiry:
“Our review of our records and systems reveal that ONI has no releasable records related to your request.” [emphasis added]
“We have discovered certain briefing slides that are classified TOP SECRET.”
Briefing slides certainly sound promising. But, again, no:
“A review of these materials indicates that are currently and appropriate Marked and Classified TOP SECRET under Executive Order 13526, and the Original Classification Authority has determined that the release of these materials would cause exceptionally grave damage to the National Security of the United States.” [emphasis added]
Speaking for the Pentagon, Susan Gough told The Black Vault, a civilian-run archive of government documents, that the videos “were never officially released to the general public by the DOD and should still be withheld. The Navy has not released the videos to the general public.”
Gough repeated that the Navy’s UFO footage is real, UFOs are real, and We the People will never share the confidence of our federal government – all in the name of national security:
“The Department of Defense, specifically the U.S. Navy, has the video. As Navy and my office have stated previously, as the investigation of UAP sightings is ongoing, we will not publicly discuss individual sighting reports/observations. However, I can tell you that the date of the 2004 USS Nimitz video is Nov. 14, 2004. I can also tell you that the length of the video that’s been circulating since 2007 is the same as the length of the source video. We do not expect to release this video.”
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck – it was swamp gas or the planet Venus and we can all go fishing, as far as the U.S. military is concerned. But don’t worry: it’s for our own good.