A previously wrongly debunked video of a UFO/UAP exists on the internet, and in the news, that behaves exactly as a Navy Pilot on 60 minutes described in another interview (below). The most important part is that the UFO video is from 2011 but the pilots description is from 2017. The UFO shoots up into the sky defying what we know of aerodynamics as explained previously by these pilots and shows clearly in recently declassified videos listed above.
Now here is the, supposedly debunked, video on the internet of a nighttime sighting in Israel, at the Dome of the Rock, from January of 2011! Reported on Fox News on February 3rd 2011 and on ABC News on the same date as well... here is the video on CBS: A new viral video shows a UFO hovering over Jerusalem, then suddenly shooting up into the sky. Jeff Glor reports.;
That's the same behavior pattern the Navy pilot describes below who was also interviewed recently on 60 minutes! The UFO dropped down and then shot straight up! Notice that the Pilots description (written out below) comes from 2017 and the UFO video from 2011. No one could possibly have forged a UFO video with a description that didn't come out till many years later except the government or pilots themselves, and given the recent official report, that unlikely.;
One couple of the interesting descriptions of the UFOs the Navy Commander gives are;
1. At 3:10 in the interview of the pilot he mentions that the UFO he saw looked like a white tic tac and so they call it the tic tac, and,
2. At 5:56 the pilot is telling us how he was told by a controller. "we've been tracking these things, they've been dropping from 80,000 feet. they come straight down. they hang out at about 20,000 feet... they'll just sit there.. and then when they're done they go straight back up and they disappear."
Pilots description, in terms of behavior, exactly matches the 2011 UFO video over the Dome of the Rock the only difference is how low it came this time.