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Mysterious Drone Attacks on World Navies

US Navy Still Doesn’t Know What Ship-Stalking Drones Were – gizmodo.com

From gizmodo.com Excerpt: The USS Kidd, a Navy guided missile destroyer at the center of the drone incident in July 2019.Photo: Gregory Bull (Getty Images) The U.S. Navy still has no idea who sent a swarm of drones to buzz warships off the coast of California in July 2019, or really even what kind of […]…

The Navy Finally Speaks On Mysterious West Coast Drone Swarms – nationalinterest.org

From nationalinterest.org Excerpt: It’s one of the more bizarre mysteries to emerge in recent years: What were those unidentified, drone-like objects that swarmed U.S. Navy warships off the coast of California in the summer of 2019? A FIOA request by The War Zone yielded some documents last month that shed some light on what happened […]…

Mystery Objects Remain Unidentified | WJBF – www.wjbf.com

From www.wjbf.com Excerpt: MYSTERY WIRE — Military and intelligence officials say they remain baffled by unusual, unidentified aircraft that have been encountered in recent years off both coasts of the United States. Many of the objects have been referred to as drones, but that is not what Pentagon investigators have been telling the chain of […]…

There’s Something Strange in our Skies – isubengal.com

From isubengal.com Excerpt: Photo Courtesy of The Drive Logan Ramsey News Editor This column contains mature language. Reader discretion is advised. Less than a month ago, I read some news that made my blood curdle, and not for the reasons you may expect. This wasn’t about genocide or a totalitarian dictator, but about technology that […]…

Did alien UFOs swarm US Navy destroyers? – asiatimes.com

From asiatimes.com Excerpt: Close encounters, are nothing new on the high seas. In fact, in 2009, the Russian Navy declassified its records of Cold War UFO sightings. It turns out, 50% of UFO encounters are connected with oceans, and 15% more, with lakes, a Russian officer explained in a report from Wired online. “On several […]…