UFO crashes into water
U.S. Navy Films Spherical UFO Filmed As It Plunges Into The Ocean

A spherical unidentified flying object (UFO) hovers in midair, moves side to side like a ball and then seems to dive into the ocean, in a video that was recently released online.

Though a Pentagon spokesperson confirmed that the U.S. Navy did capture the footage, the spokesperson did not comment on where and when it was filmed.

According to multiple reports, the footage was filmed on July 15, 2019, at approximately 11 p.m. PDT, from within the USS Omaha’s Combat Information Center, near the coast of San Diego. Radar images of the UFO show a solid ball, measuring about 6 feet (2 meters) in diameter, flying at speeds of 46 to 158 mph (74 to 254 km/h). Its flight lasted over an hour, culminating with the sphere vanishing beneath the waves. No wreckage was found at the location where the object went down.

Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough confirmed that U.S. Navy personnel did capture the footage that was posted online. However, Gough did not comment on any of the other UFO details. The footage is not classified, and stills of the spherical UFO were previously included in a UAPTF intelligence briefing from May 1, according to the report.