Giving a new twist to the USS Nimitz 2004 story, in one of the latest developments,
it came to light that there was possibly a third aircraft to witness it too.
Everyone hears about stories of people sighting things that they can’t put a name
to. One such thing is UFOs, Unidentified Flying Objects. Yes, UFOs seem
really mysterious, and that’s what has grabbed the attention of billions of people
around the world, even making them controversial to a point.
One of the most controversial ones was the USS Nimitz 2004 incident. I 2004, US
fighter pilots of the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group spotted a UFO, and US Naval ships
and aircraft also picked up radar signals in the area.
The witnesses were US F/A-18 Super Hornets pilots. They were being led by the commander of Strike Fighter Squadron 41.
The Navy had also admitted to this being an “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.”
Earlier, it was revealed that two aircrafts had witnessed this activity. It recently
came to light that there was possibly a third aircraft too that witnessed the UFO.
This news comes from a person who is familiar with the incident since the
On The Hidden Truth Show on Feb. 10, Dave Beaty disclosed to Jim Breslo that as
a part of his Nimitz Encounters documentary, he interviewed witnesses of the UFO.
They were allegedly “ordered to stay quiet” and signed non-disclosure type
agreements immediately after the incident occurred on Nov. 14, 2004, off the coast
of San Diego.