Former Guitarist Says He Has Proof About Aliens That "Can Possibly Change The World"
He might have made his name as a member of the band Blink-18, but Tom DeLonge prefers to be known as an 'alien' hunter these days.
The ex-Blink-182 guitarist has just released another declassified US military footage which he claims contains UFO footage that "can possibly change the world".
The musician who rose to fame for his band's pop-punk genre music now leads an organisation called To The Stars Academy Of The Arts And Sciences (TTSAOAAS).
Most of the members of TTSAOAAS were from a US government programme called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which began back in 2007 and was operated by the US government, Mashable reports.
In the latest video posted on 9 March, the group claims military footage captured on a US Navy F/A 18 Super Hornet fighter jet shows what appears to be a fast-moving white dot, which seems to be flying above the ocean.
The audio recording appears to show the two pilots shocked reaction.
Laughter can be heard as the remark "what the fuck is that thing?" is overheard.
"Wow! What is that, man?" a pilot says.
DeLonge had tweaked netizens interest when he shared a crptic posting on Instagram indicating that what was in the recording "can possibly change the world".
"Thank you all for waiting for an announcement that is literally two years in the making.
"I have assembled a team of insiders that I believe can possibly change the world. All are current consultants to the US Gov on National Security Matters, and some literally left days ago from the Department of Defence to join me in this initiative.
"Fmr. High Ranking Government Officials and Senior Intelligence Officers from CIA, DOD, and also a Chief Engineer (Director of Advanced Programs) from Lockheed Martin's the Skunk Works have come together aiming to BUILD A REVOLUTIONARY TECHNOLOGY that can change life as we know it (we will be showing a concept of the spacecraft tomorrow), research the unknown and finally tell the 'story of the millennia' through Feature Films.
"NO ONE GOVERNMENT, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTION should own what can truthfully help the world. We all can own it together. To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science is allowing a group of those who are interested to join us on day one," he wrote in the mystifying post.
Another TTSAOAAS member, a former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Chris Mellon, wrote a piece for The Washington Post's "Perspectives" section in which he refers to the newly released video urging the government to pursue answers.
In the article, Mellon posed the question whether such high-speed UFO's could be technologically-advanced Russian aircraft, or perhaps, evidence of aliens.
"Unfortunately, we have no idea, because we aren’t even seeking answers," Mellon writes.