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Drones that swarmed U.S. Warships are Still Unknown, Claims US Navy

Drones that hovered over the U.S. Warship destroyers for hours remain unidentified. It had been over a year and a half since the incident happened and there has been no evidence about where it went away off the California Coast.ADM. Michael Gilday spoke about the July 2019 flights on Monday at a Defense Writers Group event where many of the navy staff members and officers were present. The event happened in Washington, where the Navy chief claimed that sightings are being assessed.

Inquiries regarding the drones surpassing the U.S. warships base were also made to which the Navy Chief replied, that they have not assessed anything like that yet. There is a plan put in place by the Joint forces to collect the data and forward it to a separate repository for analysis.“I am aware of those sightings, and as it’s been reported, there have been other sightings by aviators in the air and by other ships not only of the United States but other nations — and of course other elements within the U.S. joint force,” Gilday said.

Gilday also put the reference to a pending report requested by the Senate Intelligence Committee, in consultation with the Defense Department. The report is supposed to examine whether foreign adversaries are behind the unidentified aircraft.

Asked if the aircraft were extraterrestrial, he said that he had no indication regarding this context. The Drone flights which got traced were first detected by the Drive website. The website acquired the information based on ship logs and emails released under a Freedom of Information request. The unidentified drones still remain a jangling puzzle for the navy department as it fears that it may the discretionary tactics adopted by external forces.

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