Tuesday, 26 March 2019

UFO Audio Interview:
“USS Nimitz sailor UFO Reported
Nov 04 Omar Lara witness”

Published: 24 March 2019
(The Nimitz Encounters (YouTube channel))

Video text:
“This is my raw interview with US Navy vet and UFO witness Omar Lara today. He was a Flight Decker in Air Ops on Nimitz, working in the fuel dept. He really has a very important and new aspect to the Nimitz encounters. It was not all close up jet dogfighting. These objects were seen by the entire battle group and in some cases groups of sailors saw objects at night. And they seemed to be luminous and yet exhibited physics defying high G maneuvers.”

The November 2004 USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group 11 UFO incidents occurred about a hundred miles south west of San Diego, California. The UFOs were observed on radar for several days, according to Kevin M. Day. The main incident occurred on
14 November 2004.

To my knowledge, five U.S. Navy personnel, Kevin M. Day, David Fravor, P. J. Hughes, Omar Lara and Jim Slaight, have talked about the UFO incidents on the Internet.

Kevin M. Day was a radar operator aboard the USS Princeton.

David Fravor, who chased the UFO (resembled a white Tic Tac), was flying his F/A-18F Super Hornet jet fighter.

At the time of the UFO incident, Fravor was the commanding officer of the VFA-41 Black Aces, a U.S. Navy strike fighter squadron.

P. J. Hughes was an aviation technician aboard the USS Nimitz.

Lieutenant Commander (later Commander) Jim Slaight was the pilot of the second F/A-18F Super Hornet jet fighter.

The YouTube channel is run by filmmaker David C. Beaty.

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(The Nimitz Encounters/youtube.com image)

UFO Website (YouTube Channel):
“The Nimitz Encounters”

The YouTube channel is run by U.S. filmmaker David C. Beaty.

The 14 November 2004 USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group 11 UFO incident occurred about a hundred miles south west of San Diego, California.

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Freeze-frame of the Tic Tac UFO (filmed from a U.S. Navy
F/A-18F Super Hornet jet fighter on 14 November 2004)
(U.S. Department of Defense/disclose.tv/gstatic.com image)

USS Nimitz ahead of USS Princeton (text by Wikipedia)
(wikimedia.org) (wikimedia.org image)