Seldom does a military complex release evidence of otherworldly phenomenon. However, once in a while a military organization that is not the US is so baffled by evidence that they captured and try to keep to themselves, that they reach out to the public for help.
November 14, 2014 was not like any other day for two Chilean pilots that were flying a helicopter along the coast of Chile. As they were flying the twin engine airbus cooker, they sell something appear in the sky that match their speed at 130 kn.
That’s roughly 150 mph. One of the pilots, a helicopter technician, was testing out the high definition infrared FLIR camera that was on board. When the pilot saw this thing up here, he initiated the recording capabilities of the FLIR cam.
As he was recording the object make its way through the sky, they notice that the object spewed a gas of some sort or a smokey liquid that produced a large heat mark on the infrared imager. The technician managed to get about 10 minutes of video with two separate camera angles.
The Chilean Navy contacted the Committee for the Study of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (CEFAA) and asked for it’s help in finding out what this anomaly is.
The CEFAA and all of their resources and experts extensively studied these videos, frame by frame. Even expert photo analysis experts from France and scientists in the field were forced to release the following statement on January 6, 2017:
“The Committee for the Study of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena, comprised of leading scientists, analysts, and aviation technicians, after an extensive study of the case, determined that it was a UAP, or Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon” – CEFAA PR statement release.
Now let’s face it, what they call a “UAP” is almost certainly REALLY a UFO of some sort. I’m not sure if I believe that organizations that operate on a government level will go out to admit that they can’t come to a certain conclusion regarding this video.
In other words, if they debunked the video with an explanation for that phenomenon, they would just say it. In this case, since we are dealing with government officials, experts and scientists who stand to lose credibility among their piers, we expect nothing more than a UAP conclusion.