A FORMER US Navy pilot whose encounter of an alleged UFO sighting in California gripped the world has said the aircraft had commited "act of war".
According to Commander David Fravor, he spotted an object shaped like a Tic Tac off the coast of California performing complex moves which is not natural to any man made technology.
Insisiting on the authenticity of what he saw on November 10, 2004 he said: "This is not like we saw it and it was gone or I saw lights in the sky and it's gone – we watched this thing on a crystal clear day with four trained observers".
He added: "We see this little white Tic Tac because we’re about 20 feet above it and its going north, south, north, south, and it's abrupt".
In an interview with Russian-American MIT researcher and Youtuber, Lex Fridman, he recalled why he became curious of the bizarre object in the sky and how it was aware of his presence.
"It's aware of us and it goes bloop and start coming up, so it knows we're there. This is like five minutes
"I'm going to meet it and I'm probably a half mile away and it's coming across my nose and it just accelerates and disappears about 12,000 feet in less than a half second and its gone," he said.
He said when the flying object was over the sea, the water appeared to be white but when he and other jets had gone over to inspect, it had returned to being blue.
When he landed, Fravor narrated his encounter to a colleague, Chad Underwood,who was able to locate the object and managed to get a video on his radar.
Fravor claims it was then that the radar was jammed by the aircraft.
He said his colleague had attempted to gain information about the strange object including where it was, haw fast is was going and the direction it was headed in.
"The radar is smart enough that when the signal comes back, if it's been messed with, it will tell you – it will give you indications that it's being jammed. It's being jammed into about every mode you can see."
He then added: "When you actively jam another platform, yes it's technically an act of war.
Radar jamming purposefully sends radio frequency signals which can give the receiever false information.
Although it is illegal accross the States, Mail Online reports that it is not always seen to be an act of war.
Fravor had been asked to investigate the puzzling object in the sky while on a routine training mission.
The operator said the object was seen at 80,000, move towards the sea at 20,000 feet then bolt back into the sky again.
The object had been tracked for two weeks before Fravor discovered it.
Video shot by Underwood was leaked in 2017 but declassified by the US Department of Defense earlier this year.
It said the video was released in order to clear up misconceptions "on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real, or whether or not there is more to the videos".
It added: "The aerial phenomena observed in the videos remain characterized as 'unidentified.'"
Underwood last year broke his silence on what he saw on the video, saying the object "wasn't behaving by the laws of physics".
Following the release, president Donald Trump called it "one hell of a video" and questioned if it was real.
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