The US Department of Defense confirmed the footage of an unidentified flying object (UFO) tailing a US navy ship released by investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell last month was authentic and that a task force was investigating the UFO sightings.
Now, Corbell has released another footage that he claims is from the same incident that happened in July 2019.
In the clip, as many as nine UFOs can be seen on the radar screen. The speed of the UFOs, as claimed in the Instagram post, ranged from about 70 kilometres per hour to 250kmph, the speed that lies comparable to three times faster than the USS Omaha, the navy ship that was reportedly swarmed by the UFOs.
According to Corbell, the video was filmed in the command centre of the ship. In the Instagram post, the filmmaker claimed that the footage was unclassified.
Corbell had earlier shared images from the briefing of the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, which was also confirmed by the Pentagon, the US Depart of Defense.
“The UAPTF has included these incidents in their ongoing examinations,” a Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough had told The Black Vault in April. In the video that Corbell shared on May 15, it was again confirmed by the Pentagon that the “spherical” UFO appeared to disappear into the ocean
The United States formed a task force to investigate such incidents. According to the US DoD, the purpose of the task force was “to improve its understanding of, and gain insight into, the nature and origins of UAPs.”
In April 2019, the US Navy told in a statement to that it was drafting guidelines for navy pilots on spotting UFOs.