UAP trackers George Knapp and Jeremy Corbell unveil new sighting following a string of disclosures.
Since the 2017 New York Times article that broke the story on the US government’s black operations to track and identify unidentified aircraft over the country, there has been an incredible forum of debate surrounding the origin of its operators.
Some craft were able to maneuver at speeds of up to 35,000 miles per hour, sometimes faster. Other objects transcended astonishing speeds while able to weave in and out of oceanic waters. While both believers and skeptics argue, there is one thing that isn’t up for debate – whatever these items are, it is impossible for current engineering to construct vehicles of said nature.
Enter the Mosul orb. In 2016, at the height of the allied assault to retake the city of Mosul, Iraq, the American Airforce photographed a metallic orb hovering over the city via the exploits of an MC-12W ISR, a highly capable aircraft piloted by expertly trained observers.
The object, which flew alongside the aircraft, was located at the coordinates of 36°19’39.0″N 43°11’03.7″E. You can hear the full story by listening to WEAPONIZED on Apple Podcasts.
Make of it what you will, but increased sightings are either an opening to new scientific doorways or more questions regarding identity.