Retired US Navy Chief explains tech witnessed in UFO aircraft sighting…technology that outstrips our arsenal by at least 100 to 1,000 years’

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  • The footage of the unidentified vehicle  was captured off the San Diego coast in July 2019 by Navy aircraft
  • It showed what appears to be a spherical object flying, before seemingly vanishing beneath the surface
  • Former senior military figures have raised concerns that the tech on display is far superior to what the US has
  • It comes ahead of the delivery of unclassified reports by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and other agencies about unidentified aerial phenomena sightings by military personnel to Congress next month

Retired Navy officers have issued a chilling warning that UFO sightings – which have repeatedly violated US airspace – possess technology that is up to 1,000 years ahead of that used by the United States.

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Footage released last week confirmed as real by the Pentagon appeared to show a UFO buzz a United States stealth ship near San Diego before diving under the water.

Commenting on the video, an ex-navy officer said that the technology on display is 100 to 1000 years ahead of that possessed by the United States.

‘The technology that we witnessed with the Tic-Tac was something we would not have been able to defend our forces against at the time,’ Sean Cahil – a retired US Navy Chief Master-at-Arms – told CNN’s Chris Cuomo.

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‘What we saw in the Tic-Tac […] is the five observables. [These] indicate a technology that outstrips our arsenal by at least 100 to 1000 years at the moment.’

Last April, the infamous ‘Tic Tac’ incident was one of three videos released by the Pentagon which showed footage of ‘unexplained aerial phenomena’ taken by US Navy pilots.

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