A videographer who leaked evidence of UFOs bothering the USS Omaha off the California coast in 2019 has uploaded additional radar footage showing the Navy ship was surrounded by unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).
According to videographer Jeremy Corbell, the footage was recorded on July 15, 2019 in the ship’s combat information center.
“This is corroborative electro-optic data demonstrating a significant UFO event series in a warning area off San Diego,” Corbell tweeted.
The new unclassified footage shows sailors on board the USS Omaha witnessed as many as nine UFOs surrounding the ship at speeds of up to 160 mph.
“Holy s–t they’re going fast,” a sailor said. Then, he added, “Oh, it’s turning around.”
The Pentagon earlier acknowledged the authenticity of an 18-second video Corbell published in July 2019 showing three UFOs hovering over the USS Russell.
Corbell and his coworker, investigative journalist George Knapp of KLAS-TV Las Vegas, came on Knapp’s paranormal-focused program “Mystery Wire” on Thursday, May 27, to analyze the new footage.
“Luckily we have footage from the CIC [Combat Information Center] that was obtained by a crew that was specifically called in to film these anomalous events,” Corbell stated on the show.
“It supports the hypothesis that these are not just a balloon that is dropping into the water, it’s not something that is easily explained, these are true unidentifieds in mass number,” he added.
According to the researchers, the UAP is part of a sequence of “strange intrusions,” including nine US Navy ships in the Pacific Ocean in July 2019.
The Pentagon has yet to make a public statement about the new film, which was released late Thursday night.
The new information comes as defense officials prepare to submit a document to Congress next month documenting all the government learns about UFOs, as required in a COVID-19 relief and government funding bill in which former President Donald Trump aksed the Pentagon and spy agencies to say what they know about UFOs.
“The level of interest is reaching a critical mass,” Lue Elizondo, a former head of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, stated on New York Post in April.
He added that it would be difficult to reverse course now that the administration has acknowledged the reality of inexplained aerial phenomena.
“Is it some sort of new type of cruise missile technology that China has developed? Is it some sort of high-altitude balloon that’s conducting reconnaissance? Ultimately when you have exhausted all those what-ifs and you’re still left with the fact that this is in our airspace and it’s real, that’s when it becomes compelling, and that’s when it becomes problematic,” Elizondo told “60 Minutes” in a May 16 segment.
Corbell also released a video earlier this month showing a weird, spherical object soaring over the ship before dropping into the water.
The black-and-white footage, which was shot onboard the USS Omaha in July 2019, revealed a small round object flying horizontal to the ocean and hovering for a brief while before disappearing into the ocean.