A “UFO Team” was spotted flying over the South China Sea by a US military pilot.
Recently, a video showing 12 unidentified flying objects (UFOs) soaring over the South China Sea near Hong Kong and subsequently…
Recently, a video showing 12 unidentified flying objects (UFOs) soaring over the South China Sea near Hong Kong and subsequently dissipating into the clouds that was shot from a height of more than 39,000 feet surfaced on social media.
According to American Military News on December 9, the 53-second video above was captured on November 24 by a US military pilot and sent to the UFO tracking website UFO Stalker on December 4.
Three groups of four enigmatic light formations can be seen flying above the clouds in the video.
One of the pilots on the video states, “I don’t know what this is.”
The luminous dots in the clouds then gradually vanished after that. More than 40,000 people have seen the video, and several UFO enthusiasts quickly theorized about the blobs.
While UFO tracking website Ufoofinterest.org stated that the footage looked to show it was likely “military flares,” UFO investigator Chris Spitzer stated that the UFOs appeared to be flares.
A pilot claims he saw a fleet of #UFOs over the Pacific Ocean. The video was shot at around 39,000 feet. 🛸👽
The suspected #alien aircraft took the form of ‘weird’ rotating lights moving across the sky. 😳
What are your thoughts on the footage? 👀🤔 pic.twitter.com/N0I2WS2kYq
— Watched (@_watched) December 7, 2021
1/2 IR flares imo. Each light last for 6" or 7", the first ones being released are lower than the last ones as expected, smoke is not always visible as seen with other flare videos and the 3 fighter jets are too small and far away to be visible. https://t.co/EecnEA6ihJ
— Chris SPITZER (@ChrisSPITZER7) December 4, 2021
The US Department of Defense authorized the formation of the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group, a task force to find UFOs, one day prior to the finding of the aforementioned UFOs (AOIMSG).
For the purpose of “detecting and identifying items in Special Use Airspace,” the new force will coordinate several US government departments (SUA). The team will evaluate and counteract any threats to national security and