Since December 2017 when the To the Stars Academy first published a series of video clips showing what looked like military gun-camera footage of unidentified flying objects, it has been impossible to eliminate the prospect that the images are merely fakes and that the whole sensation is just a giant hoax. At first, the 2017 news story was met by cagey silence from the
government. Then in May this year the Department of Defence revealed that there
had indeed been a UFO research project called AATIP, the Advanced Aerial (or
"Aerospace" depending on the source) Threat Identification Programme,
Today it confirmed something else, that the released footage was also
authentic, just as David Fravor and the other pilots said it was. This is a
major vindication for Cmdr. Fravor and his fellow witnesses. There are still many
questions that need answering, see background links below for details, but what
has been admitted today is undoubtedly a major step forward. A spokesman for
the US Navy, Joseph Gradisher, said that the visual material was indeed
produced by the Navy and it did show objects that were regarded as unidentified.
The videos were declassified, but were still not intended to be released.
It is most likely that the "Tic-Tac" footage constitutes an
accidental leak. However, it could still be the result of a canny person on the
inside "working to rule". Hopefully there will be more details
released soon. This significant unveiling by the government does not mean they
intend to be completely honest with the people from now on. It also does not
mean we can lower our guard against the risk of disinformation. However the information
control strategy for UFO's is clearly changing significantly; whether this
leads to Disclosure, with or without a capital D, or just further and more
tangled obfuscation, this fog bank clearly contains something solid inside it,
whatever that is. US
See here for background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.com/2019/06/ben-emlyn-jones-on-kev-baker-show-48.html.