On Dec. 20, 2017, a retired Navy pilot said he had an unforgettable encounter with a strange aircraft he believes was defying the laws of physics – maybe an unidentified flying object (UFO encounter).
Cmdr. David Fravor has offered details about the UFO he saw in 2004 off the coast of San Diego, saying “it’s easy to doubt what we can’t explain.”
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“It’s easy to doubt what we can’t explain” – Commander David Fravor, a former U.S. Navy pilot, encountered an unknown flying object, calling it “something I had never seen in my life” https://t.co/SiPTYb2xM1 pic.twitter.com/mpaiudlnVL
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Fravor told CNN Tuesday that he looked at the object about 5 minutes before it rapidly accelerated.
Earlier this week New York Times reported the existence of a secret Pentagon office that tracked UFOs. The office was shut down in 2012.
In this report chronicled Fravor’s observations. The UFO hovered erratically about 50 feet above water, he told the Times. As he got closer, it ascended toward him, as though coming to meet halfway.
Fravor also spoke with CNN. In this interview, he described the craft’s “ability to hover over the water, and then start a vertical climb, from basically zero up towards about 12,000 feet, and then accelerate in less than two seconds, and disappear.”