On a sunny day in November 2004, off the coast of San Diego, the USS Nimitz battle group encountered a technology beyond anything known on earth. It was a mysterious aircraft shaped like a 46-foot long Tic Tac that hovered and maneuvered for hours and defied the F-18's sent to intercept (related report). UFO researcher Jeremy Corbell joined George Knapp to discuss how an investigation by the US Navy of the incident was hushed up, and the only public mention was in a little known aviation magazine read by pilots.
The craft was referred to as an AAV-- anomalous aerial vehicle, and multiple sightings of such craft were observed over a number of days leading up to the Nimitz incident. A USO (unidentified submersible object) was seen underneath the AAV, and the aerial craft seemed to be docking with the object on water, before darting off at an enormous speed, Corbell recounted. The AAV's unknown technology was captured in this leaked footage of the incident.
Corbell also discussed his recently released documentary, Patient Seventeen, about the late Dr. Roger Leir's 17th alien implant removal surgery. The patient had a history of alien abduction events, and reported that the foreign object that was removed had been in his leg for 10 years. Analysis of the removed object revealed toxic rare earth elements, Corbell cited, as well as isotopes of zinc 64 that appeared to be outside the terrestrial norm.
Tom DeLonge's New Academy
Former high-level officials and scientists with deep black ops experience who have always remained in the shadows came forward on one platform last week with Tom DeLonge's new endeavor "To The Stars Academy." UFO researcher and author Leslie Kean was at the announcement event and discussed how Academy members such as Luis Eiizondo, who ran an important program at the DOD, practically confirmed the fact that UFOs are real. Kean was able to verify that Elizondo headed up a program that studied aerial threats, and that the Dept. of Defense continued to pay attention to UFOs many years after Project Blue Book ended. For more, see Kean's related articles: one | two.