Friday, 29 June 2018

2004 Nimitz TIC TAC UFO / Cmdr. David Fravor / Parts 1 & 2 / Presented by Jeremy Corbell

By Jeremy Corbell

Commander David Fravor is a badass Top Gun fighter pilot, and in 2004, the Cmdr. Officer of VFA-41 - the Black Aces. On November 14th of that year began a typical Sunday for Cmdr. Fravor. About 100 miles S/W off the coast of San Diego, it was 70 Degrees and clear skies and an average wind speed of 3 mph. But this wasn’t a typical day. Not at all. The Nimitz Carrier Strike Group was preparing for deployment to the Arabian Sea, with routine pre-deployment workups. Starting on November 10th the USS Princeton had been detecting multiple AAVs (Anomalous Aerospace Vehicles… UFOs), operating in and around the vicinity of the Strike Group. The vehicles of unknown origin and function were tracked on radar, with returns descending from far above the radar’s scan volume - somewhere higher than 80,000 ft. The targets would drop from above 80,000 ft to hover roughly 50 ft above the water in a matter of seconds. An impossibly fast rate of decent. And from what I’ve been told, at ICBM trajectories.  On the 14th, Cmdr. Fravor launched with his WSO (Weapons & Sensors Officer), into the clear blue sky. Their Call Sign was FASTEAGLE 01. Cmdr. Fravor was flying a F/A-18F Super Hornet when he received vectors to an unknown contact. A controller on the USS Princeton with the call sign “POISEN” asked, “What ordnance do you have on board?”. This was an odd request, due to the fact Cmdr. Fravor was NOT in an active combat area, a hot-zone. He replied that he had no live ordnance. This was real-world tasking.  He then preceded to the location of the contact, located it visually… and went after it. The Anomalous Aerospace Vehicle outmaneuvered anything imaginable by modern / advanced human technology. The craft of undetermined origin and unknown operators… displayed flight characteristics far beyond current propulsion technology known to man or even understood within current physics. This event has become one of the best documented UFO close encounter cases in history.  I’ve been working on this case for a long time, years before it became the tip of the spear about government confirmation or acknowledgment of UFOs. Before this case was publicly known, I was hunting for the truth and establishing dialogue with the key witnesses involved… most of which I have never spoken about publicly. Cmdr. David Fravor is included in that. Over that time we have developed a rapport, and this interview is an important aspect of my efforts to find detailed clarity on this case… extinguishing the noise and raising the signal.  Cmdr. Fravor IS the primary witness to this astonishing UFO event series.  Over the years, I have come to understand and appreciate his integrity, professionalism, humor and candor. We should listen to what Cmdr. Fravor has to say, as his testimony has become part of the fabric of our time. Cmdr. Fravor is the real deal; and that’s just something you’re gonna have to come to terms with. For those of you who remember, the Tic Tac UFO case is one that I reported on, on Coast to Coast AM with George Knapp, both in May and October of 2017. As you will recall, on December 21st, 2017 there was a tectonic shift in secrecy around the subject of UFOs. The Department of Defense authorized two videos of fighter pilots engaging UFOs to be released to the public, and the New York times published a story about our government’s involvement in studying the subject. One of those videos was of the UFO Cmdr. David Fravor saw and chased. Jeremy -- Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell