Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Videos That Were Shown During Open C3 Subcommitee in 2022



Two videos were supposed of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) and were discussed on Tuesday, May 17, at 9 am ET, when the House Intelligence Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee held a public hearing on unidentified aerial phenomena. After the open portion of the hearing, the subcommittee will hold a closed, classified briefing.

Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, or UAP, is the term used by many to describe what has been called UFOs. However, in the past few decades, scientists have begun to use this term to refer to any object or event that occurs in the sky or space and cannot be identified by conventional means.

Navy 2021 Flyby Video

The Navy released a video of an unknown object (UAP) encounter from a fighter jet, which shows the typical speed at which military aircraft may approach an object.

The video was showcased at the open hearing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) before the House Intelligence Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee on May 17, 2022.


Navy 2019 West Coast video

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) released a video of Navy ships being harassed by unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) off the coast of Southern California in July of 2019.

The video, taken by Sailors onboard one of the ships, was captured through night-vision goggles and a single-lens reflex camera. Based on additional information and data from other UAP sightings, the UAPs in this video were subsequently reclassified as unmanned aerial systems.


The Navy 2021 flyby and the Navy 2019 West Coast videos have been heavily criticized by UFO researchers. Both videos have a rational explanation, according to independent researchers.

The first video, from 2021, shows what appears to be a large shiny object. Independent researchers have pointed out that the object looks like weather or a helium observation balloon.

The second video, West Coast Navy 2019 looks like a camera artifact caused by the type of lens used on cameras. This explains why even the stars were triangular.



The US government and military are behaving in a way that suggests they know what they are and are deliberately pretending to be confused.

But what if the government isn’t just trying to keep things under wraps? What if they’re actually trying to hoax us? What if they want us all to believe in UFOs so that we’ll accept any explanation they give us, no matter how outlandish? Is this all part of some kind of political scheme?

Think about their narrative paired with the mainstream media, unidentified aerial phenomena are a threat to national security.

Pay attention

Pay close attention, the Navy 2021 Flyby video was captured by a crew onboard a military jet. The jet approached the object, which was labeled as UAP, but not before the crew had taken their phone out to record it.

The US Air Force has been intercepting aircraft since before the first World War. The mission of the Air Defense Command is to protect the United States and its territories from air attacks.

According to the Intercept Procedures, the Air Defense Command’s role is to provide surveillance and warning for the defense of North America by detecting, identifying, and destroying enemy forces attempting to enter or operate within our air defense identification zone (ADIZ).

The command can also conduct interceptions in the interest of national security or defense. Intercepts during peacetime operations are vastly different from those conducted under increased states of readiness. The interceptors may be fighters or rotary-wing aircraft. The reasons for aircraft intercept include, but are not limited to:

  • Identify an aircraft
  • Track an aircraft
  • Inspect an aircraft
  • Divert an aircraft
  • Establish communications with an aircraft
In order to make sure that’s not a threat you have to identify before approaching the balloon from close to do a selfie-time.

Now some are speculating about what this might mean for national security—that unidentified aerial phenomena are a threat to national security. But if this is a threat, why do we see in the video or in the photo above the jet approaching the UAP? We find this remarkable unlogic, a crew onboard takes his phone to record a UAP meaning this is staged. Why staged? They flew close enough to identify the object. A balloon.

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