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US Navy Detects Crafts That Travel ‘Hundreds Of MPH’ Underwater Ahead of Pentagon UFO Report

The Navy has detected bizarre underwater crafts capable of traveling “hundreds of knots” beneath the sea.



In recent months, we’ve been learning more about U.S. military sightings of unknown aerial phenomena (UAPs), including strange spherical unidentified flying objects sighted by the U.S. Navy that defy knowledge and could be seen plunging into the ocean.

And now, a journalist knowledgeable about these matters claims that the Navy has also detected bizarre underwater crafts capable of traveling “hundreds of knots” beneath the sea. For reference, 1 Knot would be equal to 1.15 MPH.

Could it be that these underwater objects and UFOs are somehow connected?

According to Washington Examiner journalist Tom Rogan, who was appearing on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program to speak about UFOs, the U.S. Navy has detected strange anomalies both in the air and underwater – including inexplicably fast crafts found via sonar that appear to be rapidly shooting through the ocean depths.

So far, it would be premature to conclude that these belong to extraterrestrials, but the technology far outpaces any that belongs to the major militaries of the world.

The news comes amid increasing news releases regarding strange encounters between U.S. aviators and navy officers and unexplainable objects, such as the mysterious dark spherical object hovering in the horizon near a stealth Navy ship before veering into the water and disappearing.

“In the coming months and years an area we will learn more about is the interaction between U.S. Navy submarines – nuclear ballistic submarines and attack submarines – picking up sonar contact of things moving at hundreds of knots under the water,” Rogan added.

“So there is an undersea dimension to this that the Navy has sort of pushed off to the side as the pilots talk more about their experiences.”

However, when Carlson asked for clarification, Rogan said: “That is what I have heard from sources, very good sources, and the Navy has the data.”

“One of the things we’re going to find is that over a period of decades a lot of the data, a lot of the measurement of these things, has been put off as a technical aberration or essentially a data malfunction because they didn’t want to really admit that something very serious and special is going on,” he added.

The recent spate of videos, as well as a number of photos from other incidents, are all being gathered by the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, a group tasked with investigating encounters between the different service branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and a number of unidentified flying objects.

Their findings will soon be presented to the public when the Pentagon releases its much-anticipated report on UFOs to the U.S. Congress.

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