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New York Post:

Three videos seemingly showing UFOs flying above America are officially being treated by the Navy as “unexplained aerial phenomena,” according to reports.

The videos, first published by former Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge’s “To the Stars Academy,” appear to show mysterious craft speeding through the skies as captured by Navy F/A-18s.

Tom DeLonge 

“The Navy considers the phenomena contained/depicted in those 3 videos as unidentified,” Navy spokesman Joseph Gradisher has now confirmed to The Black Vault, a site that archives declassified government documents.

The Vice News website Motherboard says it later got the same confirmation from Gradisher.

“The ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena’ terminology is used because it provides the basic descriptor for the sightings/observations of unauthorized/unidentified aircraft/objects that have been observed entering/operating in the airspace of various military-controlled training ranges,” Gradisher explained to the sites.

However, he would not go further into explaining what the sightings were thought to actually be.

“The Navy has not publicly released characterizations or descriptions, nor released any hypothesis or conclusions, in regard to the objects contained in the referenced videos,” he stressed.

He did, however, give more detail, saying one of the clips was from San Diego on Nov. 14, 2004, while the other two were both on Jan. 15, 2015 — meaning they were potentially different views of the same event. No official location was offered for them.

The clips were captured by Raytheon Advanced Targeting Forward-Looking Infrared Pods, according to the original publication by the alien-obsessed rocker‘s site, “To the Stars Academy.”

“What the f— is that thing?” shouted the pilot in one of the 2015 clips, which initial reports said was filmed off the East Coast.

The news comes months after The Post exclusively confirmed a secret government initiative called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program investigated “unidentified aerial phenomena.”

“The Department of Defense is always concerned about maintaining positive identification of all aircraft in our operating environment, as well as identifying any foreign capability that may be a threat to the homeland,” spokesman Christopher Sherwood told us in May.

“The department will continue to investigate, through normal procedures, reports of unidentified aircraft encountered by US military aviators in order to ensure defense of the homeland and protection against strategic surprise by our nation’s adversaries.”

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