Sunday, 23 August 2015

UFO Article:
“UFO in the Atlantic Ocean, Dec. 1995”


By Jonathan Beaston, U.S. Navy, Retired

Source: Geohanover.com

This is a possible USO incident that occurred 250 to 300 miles north-west of Puerto Rico:


The whole article:
“I just want to give my two cents about what I know about UFO’s.

I am a retired Machinist Repairman First Class U.S. Navy. I never really believed in UFO’s to much until December 1995 when I saw one from the ship I was on, the USS Comte De Grasse DD-974, in route to Norfolk, Virginia from Puerto Rico. The sighting occurred about 250 to 300 miles Northwest of Puerto Rico in the Atlantic Ocean.

I was standing the mid watch sounding security watch and always went to the fantail on my rounds to talk to the seaman who stood watch there. It was around midnight and we were just talking, looking up at the stars when this UFO just lite up in the sky about 1000 feet high and a quarter a mile away aft of the ship so the bridge could not see it. It did not come from anywhere that we could see.

We don’t know if it came out of the ocean or what but all we saw was it just turned on it lights and was just sitting there. It did not make one sound and it had a few different color lights on it, red, blue and white I believe. I said to the seaman on watch, ‘do you see what I see’ and he said yes so I told him to call up to the bridge and see if they can see anything on their radar.

They replied that nothing was showing up on the screen and as soon as they told us that, this UFO took off like nothing I have ever seen. It looked like it traveled a 1000 miles in just a split second in a zig zag motion not making any noise or even a sight of smoke. We looked at each other and said ‘I didn’t see anything if you didn’t.’ There was only two of us that saw it because it didn’t lite up until our ship was forward of them.

I think the USA and other countries are wasting their time trying to use radar to find them because from my experience the UFO’s are made of material that doesn’t show up on our radar. No wonder they can’t locate them. I am sure someone has figured that out by now. Just wanted to share my story.”















USS Comte de Grasse (DD-974)
(wikimedia.org photo)