New Report on Nimitz UFO Incident Finally Details the Capabilities of the Alien Craft
If you're not familiar with the 2004 Nimitz Incident, it's one of the more persuasive cases for the existence of UFOs (or 'Anomalous Aerial Vehicles', as they're apparently called now): during a training exercise off the coast of California, the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group (a group of aircraft carriers) started picking us strange signals, which appeared to be aircraft flying nearby.
The USS Princeton sent out two Hornets to investigate, one piloted U.S. Navy pilot Cmdr. David Fravor. Fravor ended up spotting a strange white Tic-Tac-shaped aircraft that moved like nothing he had ever seen.
The aircraft was estimated to be about 40 feet long and had no wings. After pursuing it for a while, the craft disappeared.
"As I get closer, as my nose is starting to pull back up, it accelerates and it's gone," said Fravor, describing the encounter. "Faster than I'd ever seen anything in my life. We turn around, say let's go see what's in the water and there's nothing. Just blue water."
Now, an official report on the incident has apparently been acquired by a local news team from Las Vegas.
You can read the full report here, but here are the 'Key Assessments'
- The Anomalous Aerial Vehicle (AAV) was no known aircraft of air vehicle currently in the inventory of the United States or any foreign nation.
- The AAV exhibited advanced low observable characteristics at multiple radar bands, rendering US radar-based engagement capabilities ineffective.
- The AAV exhibited advanced aerodynamics performance with no visible control surfaces and no visible means to generate lift.
- The AAV exhibited advanced propulsion capability by demonstrating the ability to remain stationary with little to no variation in altitude transitioning to horizontal and/or vertical velocities far greater than any known aerial vehicle with no little to no visible signature.
- The AAV possibly demonstrated the ability to 'cloak' or become invisible to the human eye or human observation.
- The AAV possibly demonstrated a highly advanced capability to operate undersea completely undetectable by our most advanced sensors.
It's unclear where this report was found or if it's authentic, but if it is, it's probably the most convincing (and disturbing) piece of UFO documentation we've seen yet.
And regardless, it's far from the craziest UFO theory we've ever heard.