2018-06-19 03:15:44 UTC
Overnight last night, a man who was aboard the United States Navy Cruiser USS Princeton spoke on the Coast To Coast AM Radio Program late in the evening & talked about the recently publicized sighting of an Unidentified Flying Object by U.S. Navy Personnel in 2004. This was the "Flying Tic Tac" incident that has been discussed in the media recently.
"First Half: Kevin Day joins George Knapp to discuss his experience at the USS PRINCETON's Combat Information Center, which discovered the fleets of anomalous air contacts, now known as the TIC TAC UFOs in November 2004."
I listened to part of the broadcast.
Some of the items this guy touched on included:
He told the host that he had found out about a reported sighting by his ship the year before. He had not yet joined the crew at that time. He found it interesting that the same ship would have repeat sightings.
The "Tic Tacs" were not lone contacts, according to this fellow. He reported that his experience was with eight to ten "blips" popping up around the ship at once.
He said that hadn't really worried about the contacts until an exercise was announced and he was concerned about how the exercise would deal with them if they showed up. They were, to him, a security concern due to their observed performance and unknown nature. Also, the host observed that there was probably a concern about midair incidents or contacts with the "blips" during the upcoming fleet exercise.
The fellow who said he was a former crew member spoke at length with the host for about two hours.
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