A former U.S. Navy pilot has explained how common UFO sightings are off the East Coast.
Ryan Graves, a former Navy lieutenant who served in one of the U.S. Navy’s F/A-18 fighter squadrons, says pilots encounter unidentified, highly maneuverable objects over the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Virginia Beach almost every day.
“Frankly, I’m concerned,” he said during a recent interview with Bill Whitaker.
“You know, if it were planes from another country hanging around there, that would be a huge problem. But because it looks a little different, we’re not willing to face the problem. We’re happy to just ignore the fact that they’re out there, watching us every day.”
A comprehensive report on the UFO phenomenon is expected to be published as early as June 1, thanks to a request for the Intelligence Powers Act.
If it is published, it will help lift the veil on this mystery that has shrouded the UFO phenomenon for many years.