The War Zone / The Drive portal has published a video of a mysterious UFO chasing the US Navy’s most advanced destroyer, the USS Zumwalt.
The destroyer is able to hide from radar detection, and its special hull significantly reduces its resistance, allowing it to develop high speed.
So it is not difficult to understand that the American command was extremely concerned and alarmed when unidentified objects with bright lights were seen over their ship at night.
A video captured in April 2019 shows an unidentified object with four lights in the night sky. The report says there were as many as six such mysterious UFOs that circled the USS Zumwalt, which at the time was stationed off the coast of South California.
The War Zone is said to have obtained the video when they filed a formal Freedom of Information Act request as part of their ongoing investigation into reports of mysterious UFO incidents that have occurred periodically near US Navy ships in 2019
The incident occurred at approximately 8:30 p.m. Pacific Time on April 24, 2019, approximately 17 nautical miles from the base at Camp Pendleton in international waters. The USS Zumwalt reported that up to six unidentified drones were observed flying near the ship, at altitudes of 300 to 1,000 feet (91-304 meters).
Additionally, at least one of the mystery drones is reported to have flown directly over the ship’s deck. By the way, a height of 90 meters is no obstacle to strike with military drones.
It’s hard to tell exactly what’s on the video. It could just be some kind of amateur drone piloted by a boat, as the object in the video does not perform any maneuvers that would allow it to be attributed super speeds or break the laws of physics in its movement.
Perhaps these are secret reconnaissance drones of “enemy” countries, which for the US are Russia, China, Iran, North Korea and some others.
It’s curious how with all the latest technology, radars, satellites, etc., the US military still can’t figure out what the mysterious “drones” are that are quite brazenly circling their warships.