These three videos are called.
One of the 2015 videos was shot by an F/A-18F fighter on the North Coast via an airborne Raytheon AN/ASQ-228 Targeting Forward-Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) Pod. Another video was shot on the coast of California in 2004 through Super Hornet ATFLIR. In the video, the crew loudly debated what the UFOs were and where they came from.
It's reported that these videos are made by the New York Times>and UFO research institute To The Stars Academy of Arts.
No matter which video clip, the unknown objects in the video are flying in the air that current aviation technology can not achieve. According to the New York Times, in the 2004 incident, these objects suddenly appeared at 80,000 feet and then rushed to the sea, finally stopped at 20,000 feet and circled in the air. Subsequently, they either disappear within radar reach or head directly into the sky.
Joseph Gradisher, the official spokesman for the Vice-Minister of Naval Information Warfare Operations, told himBlack VaultThe U.S. Navy identified the objects in these videos as "unidentified aerial phenomena".
This term is very important here. Gradisher pairBlack Vault"Unknown aerial phenomena" is a basic description of unauthorized/unidentified aircraft/objects that are observed entering/flying in airspace of different military control training ranges.
In other words, the Pentagon believes that the aerial objects in the video are only unidentified, and they are not yet able to explain. The U.S. Navy has made it clear that these objects are neither flying saucers nor controlled by aliens.
Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Defense told himBlack VaultThese videos are not classified, but they have never been approved for public release, nor have they been censored inside the Pentagon.