Scientist Reveals Two Terrifying Underwater UFO Encounters in Nuclear Submarine During Covert Operations

An unidentified object traveling under the ocean at a speed greater than the speed of sound has come dangerously close to a nuclear submarine. This claim was made by a researcher who was working on a classified operation aboard the USS Hampton when he made the claim.

For many years Bob McGwier worked in clandestine intelligence. He revealed two incidents about underwater UFOs or OSNIs that he saw during covert operations. This claim was made several months after a video was released by the US military, in which it appeared to show an unidentified flying object moving from the sky to the water in the year 2019.

UFO researcher and former fighter pilot Chris Lehto heard the story from Bob McGwire who said the submarine passed at incredible speed while “going deep and fast” in the late 1990s. McGwire claimed that this encounter was corroborated by a crew member who was amazed by the speed of the Unidentified Submerged Object, also known as OSNI.

We were moving and suddenly I heard the sound it was very strange… it was moving so fast. I just can’t believe it because this sub is limited in the speed it can go by the incompressibility of the water in front of it and this thing passed us as if we were standing still. I guarantee the following happened:

“a person with knowledge of onboard systems came out and said ‘oh my god’, this damn thing is going faster than the speed of sound underwater, but that’s faster than the speed of sound in air.”

UFO Researcher Chris Lehto with Scientist Bob McGwier: Image Credit: YouTube Screenshot

Robert G. McGwier is the founder and technical advisor of Hawkeye 360. He serves as the technical director of Federated Wireless, Inc. doctor McGwier is the Director of Research at the Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology and Research Professor in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech. At Virginia Tech, he leads the overall execution of the Center’s research mission and leads the university’s program development efforts in space and wireless homeland security applications. His area of expertise is in radio frequency communications and digital signal processing.

McGwire had another USO encounter that occurred aboard the USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19) in 2008 while in the midst of a violent typhoon. “I wanted to look out and see what I could see and I was on the bridge so I was right under the American flag looking out the windows. When I realized that even though we were in a typhoon and it was raining like crazy there was no rain hitting the ship and I go what the heck and I looked out the window and I looked up and I could see a glow above us in the sky. It wasn’t very clear, but I could see whatever was blocking the rain from the entire ship from stem to stern.”

McGwire continued: “I believe it was on the port side and the reason I say that is because I had a look out there and I could do that because I was on the leeward side, in other words the winds were behind me and the bulkhead of the ship was blocking the winds. So I could look up easily, then it suddenly got brighter and took off and the rain came back.

Similar to McGwire’s second encounter, in 1991, the USS Kirk FF108. Encounter took place on the west coast of South America. The witness stated that, at that time, he was a Chief of Operations and Intelligence serving aboard the Knox-class escort destroyer USS Kirk FF1087 and that they were part of a drug interdiction force made up of the USS Kirk and three other Navy ships. . Their main task was to patrol using a radar network to track and intercept drug planes flying in from Colombia, Panama and Guatemala, as well as apprehending any smuggling ships they encountered.

The witness said his main job was at the CIC’s Combat Information Center, which he and 22 other specialists maintained 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, rotating in two shifts of 11 people.

At 2 am on December 16, he was on duty at the CIC. The night was calm and nothing unusual happened. He said he used the break to go to the bridge. At this time, the entire ship was in a state called the “darkened ship”, when all external lights were turned off, as well as on the bridge, that is, everything around was dimly lit only by the instrument panels. A friend of his was on deck duty that night and they chatted when they had some free time. And suddenly, everything around lit up in red color:

“Suddenly and out of nowhere like a huge flash from a camera emanating from the starboard bow, at sea level upwards there was a huge flash of bright red light that illuminated our entire ship. It just lit up our ship, not the ocean around it, just our ship. It happened so fast that OOD the navigator and I were speechless for about 5 seconds, at which point I looked up at OOD and asked if he had just seen that light. He stated yes in a grumpy voice.

So I asked the navigator and he replied yes. I then grabbed the navigator’s sound powered headset and asked the forward and aft lookouts if they had just seen the same red flash, to which the forward lookout declared, “YES! WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?”

After the watchman said yes too. I immediately contacted the CIC and asked the CIC officer if we had any aircraft or surface ships nearby, to which he replied clear as a whistle. I asked if we had any underwater activities in the area, to which he replied that we did not. At that moment I looked at the OOD and asked if we should wake up the captain or what would we call him, The Old Man. The OOD stood there stunned for a minute, as did I and everyone else.

What had just happened didn’t make any sense. The flash emanated from the sea, directly from our starboard bow (as if touching our bow) and rose upwards just as quickly, creating the bright red flash effect. The other strange aspect of this event was that only our ship was illuminated by the red glare, not the surrounding sea, but just our ship. The OOD chose not to wake the captain, and the entire incident was recorded in our ship’s log as an unexplained phenomenon.

Until this event, I did not believe in UFOs or OSNIs. I have no doubt that our vessel sailing at 12 knots hit a submerged and unidentifiable aircraft. I think the aircraft or OSNI had no idea we were sailing towards them. I think whatever it was took off very quickly and unplanned and wanted to identify us quickly, hence the flash.

In the end after much deliberation they decided not to wake the captain, but simply to record it in the logbook as an “unexplained phenomenon”.

Many members of the US Navy have reported fascinating sightings and videos showing UFOs entering water have been made public. A video filmed by sailors from the USS Omaha in July 2019 off the coast of San Diego is one of the pieces of evidence being presented to support this claim. A spherical object is seen flying over the ship and then plunging into the ocean in a video that was shared by UFO researcher and investigative director Jeremy Corbell. During this time, a crew member can be heard saying, “Wow, sneezed!”

Luis Elizondo

The video generated considerable interest online, and when Corbell revealed that a Navy submarine had been sent to search for the object without success, things got even more intriguing. It is interesting to note that around the same time American submarines also sighted other mysterious anomalous objects that defied the laws of physics in nearby waters. The Navy verified the authenticity of the video but claims to have no explanation for its existence.

More specifically, Luis Elizondo, former director of the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, said:

“Imagine a technology that can do forces from 6-700 g, that can fly at 13,000 miles per hour, that can evade radar, and that can fly through air and water and eventually into space. And by the way, it has no obvious signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces and yet it can defy the natural effects of Earth’s gravity. That’s exactly what we’re seeing.”

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