Confirmed: Navy's previously unreported 2019 Triangle UFO incident

It is the 2020 report, however, which is most striking. Shared very widely across the civilian and military intelligence community, it includes an extraordinary photograph taken in late 2019 of a triangle-shaped UFO. The photograph was taken by a F/A-18F fighter jet operating off the U.S. East Coast. According to the report, the Triangle UFO rose out of the Atlantic Ocean and rapidly accelerated out of sight on a vertical axis. I believe, but have been unable to confirm, that the aircrew responsible for the photo were operating off either the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower or the USS John C. Stennis.

This is big news, or should be, for four reasons.

First, it confirms the ongoing presence of UFOs proximate to the Navy’s nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. These UFOs are apparently powered by unconventional non-jet based flight propulsion systems, exhibiting no exhaust trails, and are capable of rapidly navigating water, air, and space. No nation or corporation has been shown to possess, let alone manifest, such advanced engineering. As an extension, the reports reinforce the classified assessment that there is an unknown connection between naval nuclear reactors and proximate UFO activity.