RUSSIAN NAVY’S MULTIPLE ENCOUNTERS WITH ALIEN CRAFT

Admiral Vladimir Chernavin The former head of the fleet of the Russian Navy Admiral Vladimir Chernavin describes declassified encounters with Russian sailors with three types of UFOs: discs, drums and cigar-shaped craft. The Admiral said, “The former Soviet Navy had gathered a large number of UFO sightings in those decades in various regions of the world.

Weekly meetings on encounters with ships from another world were held AND documented by the section chief former deputy director of exploring the Oceanographic Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The Captain of the first rank Dr. Vladimir Azhazha launched a new career as a UFO investigator after his time in the Navy. All former senior naval officers noted that about half of UFO encounters occur at sea. Statistically, 60 percent occur in the Atlantic and the Pacific, 10 percent in the Mediterranean and the rest in other waters. But of all the meetings around the world, some of the most amazing – and disturbing – incidents have occurred in the Bermuda Triangle. Many men have seen [UFOs] and have not been confused.

While conducting naval maneuvers in the Pacific, six Russian submarines found mysterious phenomena in their sonar echoes. None of the sonar technicians on any vessel could identify the signature of the echoes, nor were they able to determine what type of object their instruments were reading. Everyone agreed that the object was huge and traveling below their submarines at high speed. The submarines were under orders not to break formation or to surface, but all six Russian submarines surfaced when sonar operators confirmed the gigantic stranger was quickly approaching them. The Unidentified submarine object (USO) ascended quickly and came out of the ocean. The USO surfaced and flew into the air and disappeared quickly.  NOTE: THE ABOVE IMAGE IS MY CGI.

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