This is according to Tom Rogan, a journalist working for the conservative alternative news outlet Washington Examiner. Rogan said the Navy picked up sonar data showing mysterious fast-moving objects underwater. Experts he consulted on the matter are unable to pinpoint what current technology these unidentified objects are using to move at such speeds.
Rogan said the Navy "has the data" to prove these unexplained encounters, and that some of these incidents could be included in the report of the government task force regarding unidentified flying objects (UFOs).
The Washington Examiner journalist revealed this information during an interview with Fox News's Tucker Carlson.
"Relevant to this video, 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. There is an undersea dimension to this, on top of what the pilots are seeing above water," Rogan said.
"Whatever this being is, worldly or otherworldly, we don't know. It's just part of a much larger series of events we are going to be learning about." (Related: Leaked Pentagon footage shows what appears to be pyramid-shaped UFOs swarming Navy warship.)
Rogan's revelation comes after a video emerged showing a dark spherical object moving across the sky before suddenly diving into the water and disappearing. The UFO was spotted near a stealth ship of the Navy.
The Pentagon has confirmed that the video, believed to be shot in 2019, was taken by Navy personnel. Even former President Barack Obama has confirmed that the government has "footage and records" of UFOs.
"It's true. We don't know exactly what they are, we can't explain how they moved, their trajectory," said Obama. "They did not have an easily explainable pattern. And so, you know I think that people still take seriously trying to investigate and figure out what that is."
Other reports regarding alleged UFO sightings include one involving Navy warships being swarmed by six small unidentified aircraft that performed "brazen maneuvers" over the warships. These UFOs were spotted near a sensitive military range.
One other incident involved a UFO allegedly breaking the sound barrier without creating a sonic boom. The UFO carried out maneuvers that are impossible to perform with current human technology.
The Pentagon and the director of National Intelligence are due to present their findings regarding UFOs to Congress by June 25. Their presentation will be a non-classified report with detailed analysis regarding "unidentified aerial phenomena data" collected by their offices, along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Office of Naval Intelligence.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida wants the issue regarding UFOs to be taken seriously. During an appearance on CBS's program 60 Minutes, Rubio made it clear that, if he had his way, the public will know a lot more of what military intelligence already knows regarding UFOs.
"I want us to take it seriously and have a process to take it seriously," said Rubio during his appearance.
The Republican lawmaker said he wants a system created that will properly catalog the data regarding UFOs until a reasonable explanation can be found regarding what they are.
"Maybe it has a very simple answer. Maybe it doesn't," he said.
Rubio added that everything that enters the American airspace that is not supposed to be there should be considered a threat. He acknowledged that there is a kind of stigma regarding the discussion of UFOs. But this stigma should not stop him and his colleagues from finding the truth regarding the origin of these unexplained objects.
"Men and women we have entrusted with the defense of our country are reporting encounters with unidentified aircraft with superior capabilities," wrote Rubio in a statement to local Florida paper the Tampa Bay Times. "We cannot allow the stigma of UFOs to keep us from seriously investigating this. The forthcoming report is one step in that process, but it will not be the last."
In previous interviews regarding the matter, Rubio made it clear that he is more focused on finding out whether the UFOs were made by America's foreign adversaries and should therefore be considered threats to national security. If America's enemies have these unidentified crafts, they represent giant leaps in technology that the country needs to be made aware of.
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