Whilst the popular UFO slogan might have told us to 'keep watching the skies', perhaps we'd better not neglect occasionally turning our attention to 'keep watching the seas' every now and again.
Tom Rogan from the Washington Examiner was chatting to Fox News' Tucker Carlson about military UFO sightings when he revealed that the United States Navy 'has the data' showing that submarines have spotted a number of inexplicable high-speed crafts chugging around underwater.
This intriguing revelation comes after a spokesperson for the Pentagon said that the USA's Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Taskforce has been investigating leaked photos and video shared by filmmaker Jeremy Corbell.
Rogan said: "I think what we may well be looking at a true unknown. Which is to say, intelligently controlled machinery that is not understood to be in the possession of the United States, China or Russia, which are the most three most advanced countries in terms of military aviation.
"Researching this, there isn't anything that we have, top secret information about what China or Russia have or what we have at Area 51, that can do what these things do in terms of the variable performance."
He continued: "Specifically relevant to this video [shown in the above footage],
"In the coming months and years an area we will learn more about is the interaction between US Navy submarines - nuclear ballistic submarines and attack submarines - picking up sonar contact of things moving at hundreds of knots under the water.
"So there is an undersea dimension to this that the Navy has sort of pushed off to the side as the pilots talk more about their experiences."
Carlson then prodded Rogan for clarification on the speeds that these alleged crafts can travel at. Rogan responded: "That is what I have heard from sources, very good sources, and the Navy has the data."
He then announced: "One of the things we're going to find is that over a period of decades a lot of the data, a lot of the measurement of these things, has been put off as a technical aberration or essentially a data malfunction because they didn't want to really admit that something very serious and special is going on."
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