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Stealthy UFOs Captured on Camera by Major Airline Pilot at 32,000 Feet

The hot topic of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) has had a new, fascinating twist thanks to footage obtained and shared by former Navy pilot, Ryan Graves.

An unnamed captain of a major US airline provided the footage, capturing two unidentified objects while flying at 32,000 feet.

On a July 2023 flight departing from Santo Domingo DR and headed to New York JFK, the pilot observed two bright, round objects, one lit and another unlit, that disappeared and then reappeared.

The illuminated object varied wildly in brightness, at times as bright as a star before going dark, and was white in color. Its partner followed along but did not illuminate itself.

What made this sighting even more intriguing was that these objects failed to appear on the pilot’s traffic collision avoidance system (TCAS). This left only two imaginable scenarios – the TCAS malfunctioned unknowingly, or the objects were employing stealth capabilities.

While the idea of alien craft may immediately spring to mind, it is critical to note that the pilot’s sighting possibly suggests Earth-bound technology.

America is a leader in stealth technology, with some aircraft virtually invisible to the most advanced air defense systems. It is plausible what the pilot reported could well have been military planes conducting exercises.

However, with the government’s previous recoveries of non-human biologics, as stated by whistleblower David Grusch, the assumptions about extraterrestrial craft shouldn’t be dismissed outright.

If indeed these UFOs have superior stealth capabilities, humanity’s chance in a hypothetical war could be over before it begins.

Graves’ tweet has since elicited responses from other pilots who claim to have observed similar experiences. This only serves to deepen the mystery surrounding these sightings and will undoubtedly keep UFOs as a trending topic in America.

Ashlie is a senior reporter for the TosBos News. She covers live and breaking news from 6 am every day. Ashlie joined the M.E.N. in 2019 having previously worked for Cavendish Press news agency.


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