US Warship Pursued by Car-Sized ‘Balls of Light’ UFOs Evading Anti-Drone Defenses in Mysterious Encounter

The Navy USS Kearsarge was chased by ‘two car-sized balls of light’ during an unexplained encounter last year, according to a UFO researcher and consultant.

US warship was chased by two car-size 'balls of light' UFOs

The warship was reportedly followed by the UFOs while it was on a training exercise off the East Coast in October, filmmaker Dave Beaty told The Sun.

US warship stalked by two car-sized 'balls of light' UFOs that evade anti-drone devices - Mirror Online

According to Beaty’s research, two objects were seen near the ship for several nights, with Marines onboard becoming shocked when the Navy’s anti-drone ‘ghostbusters’ did not deter the balls of light.

The recent encounters, which Beaty said he only has compiled preliminary information on, will likely spark new interest in unexplained encounters by the US Navy.

Marines pictured aboard USS Kearsarge around the time of the alleged in encounter

Last summer, a milestone report by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence confirmed dozens of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs), following recognitions by state officials that have helped destigmatize conversation around the phenomena.

US Marines had new 'Ghostbusters' style drone busting weapons on the ship

‘Anything that would expose a military weakness or military capability of course is sensitive, but if these objects turn out to be not man-made and not foreign state actors, we need to be open and address these with academic study, empirical methods, and grant funding to conduct research at the university level,’ Beaty told The Sun.

The Navy USS Kearsarge was chased by ‘two car-sized balls of light’ during an unexplained encounter last year, according to a UFO researcher and consultant

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When they saw the ‘two car-sized balls of light,’ they initially thought it was a training exercise, but quickly realized that the anti-drone weapons did not work on the objects.

UFO researcher and consultant said a retired Marine official told him the ship was followed for half a mile and 200ft above the ocean for several nights in October 2021

‘So what once were UAP sightings that were ignored or never logged, today more service members are reporting them, this leads to the indications that more are being observed,’ Beaty told The Sun.

‘In the past, it was much worse. Officers would actively avoid reporting or speaking about cases of UAP, as the fear of career suicide was very real.’

‘Also landing a job with a commercial airline after the military was a concern. Not wanting to report or speak about UAP encounters was a given,’ Beaty added. ‘Today it’s a bit more relaxed since the UAP Task Force is actively seeking UAP reports and frowning on any stigmatization within the units.’

In recent years, numerous UFOs sightings by the US Navy have been reported.

The grainy image was released by the Navy and showed what appears to be three small dots, representing unmanned aerial systems (UAS), hovering near the USS Paul Hamilton. It was one of the many occurrences Naval ships saw over the course of weeks, as many destroyers spotted these contraptions in July 2019.

An infrared image showed the three UAS off of the USS Paul Hamilton on July 17th, 2019. A ‘swarm’ of them hovered near the ship for several hours, in just one of the many occurrences Naval ships saw over the course of weeks

USS destroyers on patrol in July 2019 were suddenly swarmed by flashing, tic-toc shaped drones, which were able to travel long distance at high speeds

The USS Paul Hamilton (pictured) reported a ‘swarm’ of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) hovering near the ship on July 17th, in a series of several occurrence across many ships off the coast of California throughout the month of July 2019

No explanation for the spherical object has been given…

The Independence Class littoral combat ship USS Omaha (LCS 12) transits the Pacific Ocean

Gilday led an investigation into the incident in which a group of what some have called unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) chased the destroyers for up to 100 nautical miles off the coast of California.

F/A-18E Super Hornets assigned to the Tomcatters of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 31 returned to their home base at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana in Virginia Beach

‘But because it looks slightly different, we’re not willing to actually look at the problem in the face. We’re happy to just ignore the fact that these are out there, watching us every day.’

He said pilots for the U.S. Navy saw UFOs off the coast of Virginia so frequently they got used to them despite them ‘watching us’ every day

Graves’ F/A-18 fighter squadron spotted the ‘maneuverable’ objects flying in restricted airspace near Virginia Beach almost every day from 2015 to 2017

‘I would say, you know, the highest probability is it’s a threat observation program.’

A color image shows one of the unidentified aerial phenomena. Their technical capabilities far exceed that of any known aircraft, sparking fears for US national security

Pilots have speculated that they might be anything from a secret U.S. technology to an enemy spy plane

The image show unidentified objects flying above four US destroyers, including the USS Kidd Navy destroyer.

The outlet had also previously released video reportedly taken in July 2019 by naval officers using a night vision device, which showed pyramid shaped objects hovering 700 feet above a Navy destroyer

Mystery Wire says the triangular objects are part of the same incident as the spherical object diving into the sea

The video was taken in July 2019 by naval officers using a night vision device

Witnesses say that clips of the video had been circulated widely on the Navy’s intranet – used to communicate between ships in the carrier group – and an unknown sailor in the group likely first leaked it.

The aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and the guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea in formation during a Strait of Hormuz transit on September 18, 2020

Navy Commander David Fravor and Lieutenant Commander Jim Slaight had been flying about 100 miles off the coast of San Diego (pictured) in each of their F/A-18F Super Hornets (pictured) when they encountered an unidentified flying object described as a ‘Tic Tac’

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