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MYSTERY WIRE — UFOs are front and center for national and international media organizations this week. Network newscasts and prominent newspapers have reacted to the stories and images released last week by Mystery Wire.
Among those who’ve been asked to comment are the two top members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, both gave interviews to Mystery Wire this week.
In March 2019, the crew of a Navy F/A-18, flying out of Naval Air Station Oceana off the coast of Virginia into the restricted air space called W-72 encountered three unknown objects, one right after another, directly in their flight path.
The weapons system officer used an iPhone to snap a photo of an object, dubbed the Sphere. Then minutes later, an object now nicknamed the Acorn showed up followed minutes later by a third object, which was labeled the Metallic Blimp.
The unclassified photos were forwarded to Pentagon investigators working for what is now known as the UAP Task Force, a congressionally designated program created to find out if the aerial intruders might be foreign drones, balloons, or something that cannot be explained.
Two years later, after examining the photos, along with sensor data that has not been made public, the UAP Task Force still considers the objects to be “unknowns”. (The Pentagon later confirmed the 2019 photos were taken by a U.S. Navy F/A-18 crew off the coast of Virginia. )
After the three photographs were reported by Mystery Wire, other more exotic images surfaced, courtesy of filmmaker Jeremy Corbell. Corbell unveiled a startling video of unknown objects described as “flying pyramids”. The video was recorded through an infrared device from the deck of a Navy warship in July 2019.” (A Pentagon spokesperson confirmed that the video was recorded by Navy personnel.)