What is a UFO?
The term UFO is an abbreviation for unidentified flying object. A UFO sighting refers to a reported encounter with one of these objects. These objects are typically identified as being extraterrestrial in origin, but they can also be man-made or natural phenomena. In this article we’ll explain everything you need to know about UFOs and how they work.
unidentified flying objects are things that fly in the sky but cannot be easily identified by or explained to aviation authorities.
UFOs, or unidentified flying objects, are things that fly in the sky but cannot be easily identified by or explained to aviation authorities.
UFO sightings have been tracked since the 1940s and have made the news recently after the U.S. Navy confirmed the existence of three mysterious clips showing UFOs.
UFO sightings have been tracked since the 1940s, but they have made the news recently after the U.S. Navy confirmed the existence of three mysterious clips showing UFOs.
As a country, we have been tracking UFO sightings since the 1940s. However, it wasn’t until recently that they made the news after the U.S. Navy confirmed the existence of three mysterious clips showing UFOs, which were released in December 2018 by the U.S. Navy. These videos were recorded from 2004 to 2015 and show unidentified flying objects flying over aircraft carriers and submarines in American waters.
These strange objects appear to be moving at very high speeds above water at night during naval exercises between 2004 and 2015 at locations including off San Diego and Jacksonville, Fla., as well as off of Virginia Beach where there are several military bases nearby (including Norfolk).
UFOs are usually unidentified
UFOs, or unidentified flying objects, are pretty much what they sound like. They’re things in the sky that we don’t know for sure what they are.
The term UFO was coined by Gen. Nathan Twining, who commanded the Air Material Command at Wright-Patterson AFB in Ohio during the early 1950s (though it had been used before then). He defined a UFO as “any airborne object which by performance, aerodynamic characteristics, or unusual features does not conform to any presently known aircraft or missile type.”
If you see something in the sky that you can’t identify and it doesn’t seem to be an airplane (or anything else), then it’s probably a UFO!