Tom DeLonge Celebrates U.S. Navy Statement On UFOs

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The truth is out there…  and Tom DeLonge wants you to know he told you so.

“I was in New York yesterday getting ready for our show when my phone explodes with messages that the Navy has acknowledged that the three videos taken by their fighter pilots really do show unidentified aerial phenomenon,” he wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

“I applaud their lifting the silence. THIS IS HUGE!”

DeLonge, the former blink-182 member who now fronts Angels & Airwaves, has been working for several years to prove the existence of UFOs through his To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.

In 2017, the Academy shared three videos of unknown objects in U.S. airspace recorded by infrared cameras on fighter jets.

This week, Vice’s tech site Motherboard quoted U.S. Navy spokesperson Joseph Gradisher as saying “the Navy considers the phenomena contained/depicted in those 3 videos as unidentified.”

DeLonge said “this acknowledgement by the Navy is unprecedented.”

He added: “Facts are starting to replace unsubstantiated claims and the fog that has masked the reality of UAPs is clearing. WE ARE MAKING REAL PROGRESS – I AM SO EXCITED!!”

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I was in New York yesterday getting ready for our show when my phone explodes with messages that the Navy has acknowledged that the three videos taken by their fighter pilots really do show unidentified aerial phenomenon. I applaud their lifting the silence. THIS IS HUGE! The @tothestarsacademy team has been working tirelessly in Washington to move the subject of UAPs past stigma and toward acceptance. You’ve seen a glimpse of our efforts on @history’s docuseries #Unidentified. You’ve seen the conversation change in the mainstream media over the last couple of years. You've seen our Government leaders start to ask questions that haven't been asked in a long time. The Navy even recently announced a policy change that made it easier for its personnel to report unusual sightings, which is a giant first. But this acknowledgement by the Navy is unprecedented. Facts are starting to replace unsubstantiated claims and the fog that has masked the reality of UAPs is clearing. WE ARE MAKING REAL PROGRESS – I AM SO EXCITED!!

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