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The incredible images that you can see below, are taken from the footage recorded in the CIC (Combat Information Center) room of the USS Omaha on July 15, 2019, testify to the ALERT status of a U̳F̳O̳ invasion (or multiple unknown targets) off the coast of San Diego, widespread alarm by the visual intelligence staff (VIPER team).

This version of RADAR data shows four clips; multiple unknown targets (and a civilian ship). Some of the unknown targets release Eco RADAR in this footage. Unknown objects or targets are not equipped with exhaust gases, but are non-terrestrial aircraft definitely equipped with unknown propulsion (similar to antigravity).

This happened numerous times during the U̳F̳O̳ encounter series. At the peak of the contacts – there were at least fourteen unidentified objects observed simultaneously. The series of events reached a crescendo with one of the unknown targets entering the water at 11pm. No wrecks found. None of the unidentified aircraft were recovered.

Short transcript of the RADAR operator (or visual intelligence operator of the VIPER Team)

: 01 “OOD if you can write a general LAT / LONG of where we are.”
: 03 [weak voice] “We have some RADAR tracks in X band …”
: 05 “Yes, sir.” : 06 “And then… the number of contacts you have. Remove the course and speed meters from them. ”
: 09 “Copy.”
: 10 “Do you know what I mean? They are in a relative position with respect to us. ”
: 15 “Watch out …”
: 16 “Eyes down”.
: 18 [intercom] “CSM TAO, keep track, keep track as best you can.”
: 24 “Track 781 has just accelerated to 46 knots. 50 knots. You are approaching.”
: 33 “138 knots. Holy shit. They are going fast. Oh, it\’s changing course. ”
: 36 “That\’s practically perfectly zero zero zero relative zero, right?”
: 39 “Yes.”
: 40 “263 at 3 miles. 55 knots, speed. ”

* OOD (Officer of the deck) / CSM (Combat System Manager) / TAO (Tactical Action Officer)

“The most impressive test we have seen was their endurance. The event lasted more than an hour with all contacts having simply disappeared. We have never been able to understand where they started from, they appeared out of nowhere “. – Sailor, USS Omaha.

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