Unidentified: UFO Testimony from LT. Ryan Graves (Season 1) | History

NARRATOR: Lou Elizondo convinced
Navy pilot Lieutenant Ryan Graves to go public
about his squadron’s extraordinary
encounters with UFOs. I’ve had conversations with
friends from other squadrons that’s just, hey,
there’s stuff out there. I hope we don’t hit
it now because they’re out there enough
where someone could potentially have a midair. Something needs to be done. NARRATOR: But after months of
trying to persuade other pilots from the USS Theodore
Roosevelt to speak out, Elizondo has hit a wall. The jet’s weapons
systems officer allegedly heard throughout
the Roosevelt videos– NARRATOR: –has backed
out of an interview. The person’s voice you hear
in that video, that is the guy that we were in contact with. This had the potential
to really help shed light, to get a better
handle of what’s going on. It kind of sucks, actually. NARRATOR: While there are
allegedly more than 50 Navy personnel who
witnessed these UFOs, nearly all are afraid
to come forward. [MUSIC PLAYING] So how you been, man? Good. So, uh, how you
feeling about this? I’m feeling pretty good. NARRATOR: But
Lieutenant Ryan Graves has been summoned to
the nation’s capital for a closed door meeting
with members of Congress responsible for
national security. They want to hear what
happened when a fleet of UFOs appeared to stalk his
carrier strike group. I’m not here to speculate
or guess what it is. I can just simply provide as
many facts as I can about this. The fact that
Lieutenant Graves is willing to put
his career at risk and speak out
publicly about this while he’s still
active duty military really speaks volumes
about the frustration in trying to work
through the system. One can only hope that his
courage will be rewarded and that people
will pay attention. What would you
like to walk away with at the end of this meeting
you’re about to have today? There’s two issues here. One, people aren’t
paying attention. And two, there’s a
credibility problem and a stigma related to this. By observing hard facts
and data from professionals and from our sensor systems, we
can bring this to light in such a way that you can’t just refute
by saying, I don’t believe you. Man, I hope you get a
chance to tell them that. [MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: Like
Lieutenant Graves, Lou Elizondo made
his own decision to speak out when he
quit the Pentagon’s secret UFO unit in 2017. I think what Lou
Elizondo and others have done is kind of break that
mold a little bit, where it’s OK to talk about this stuff. I mean, I’ve asked members
of Congress about it. And they will tell
me, yeah, you know, there may be something to this. There’s also a new generation
of members of Congress. They’re younger. They’re more open-minded. They’re not afraid to
ask tough questions. I think we’re now seeing a
generation of elected leaders, but also national
security officials, who are more willing to
talk about this issue and don’t see it as
much as a third rail. And I think ultimately it’s a
discussion the American people have to have with
themselves and then tell your political
leaders what you expect and what you want done. [MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: Lieutenant
Graves’ secret meeting lasted 90 minutes. It was off any public
schedule and unknown to members of the press. How’d it go? Seems like they recognize
there is an issue. And they generally want
to figure out what it is. NARRATOR: His account
was heard by members of the congressional
committees that oversee national security,
as well as a team from the Defense department. [MUSIC PLAYING] At what point
was it that people just stopped being interested
in unexplained things? I mean, that’s kind of
what drives us, right? We get out there and, you know,
we’re learning new things. At least that’s what drives me. We’re trying to
explore the unknown. To see something every day
and just kind it brush aside and not want to raise the
question about, hey, you know, this is curious. Maybe we should figure
something out about this– it’s just extremely frustrating
that potentially whether this is some type of threat,
you know, globally here, if we have some type of
red air threat that’s out there gathering
our wave forms and our tactics,
or something else, you know, if we’re not
curious, then what are we? [MUSIC PLAYING]

Comments 7


  • The world knows UFO exists. World governments only concerns is, was there any record of an attack to the humans? Besides their super advance physics that humans currently do not understand. Records shows that they're not hostile but they don't need to show off that our super advanced fighter jets can't keep up with their scout drones! lol

  • Must of been Capsule Corps from DBZ hahaha

  • They are just telling you what you want to hear. No one will freely leak classified documents if they government doesn't want it, if you do, you get the "Snowden" treatment. Government will wins.

  • There not ufos there demons

  • I saw one too. It is because of its altitude i saw it like a star at night. But something is bothering me. Try to pinpoint your hand in one star and move it to another. That was its speed.

  • Graves got balls. Even if he has one, he still got balls.

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