USS Nimitz Tic Tak UFO November 2004

A complete admission to the UFO phenomenon by our government.

USS Nimitz Tic Tak UFO November 2004
USS Nimitz Tic Tak UFO November 2004

Nimitz Carrier Strike Group (CSG-11) AAV Report

The following events took place durring deployment preparation of the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group CSG) during the months of November and December 2004 in the SOCAL Operating Area of the coast of California and Mexico. The CSG was comprised of the following ships and submarine: USS Nimitz (CVN-68), USS Princeton (CG-59), USS Calee (DDG-90), USS Higgins (DDG-76) and the USS Louisville (SSN-724). The Nimitz was home to Carrier Air Wing 11 (CVW-11) comprised of VMFA-232 (USMC F/A-18C, VFA-14 (F/A-18E), VFA-41 (F/A-18F), VFA-94 (F/A-18C), VAQ-135 (EA-6B), VAW-117 (E-2C), HS-6 (H-60) and VRC-30 Det-3 (C-2A). The only participants surrounding the detection and

intercept of the AAV are the USS Princeton, VAW-117, VMFA-232 and VFA-41.

Key Assessments:

-The Anomalous Aerial Vehicle (AAV) was no know airctaft or aerial vehicle,

-The AAV exhibited advanced low observable characteristics at multiple RADAR bands rendering US RADAR based engagement capabilities ineffective,

-The AAV exhibited advanced aerodynamic performance with no visible control surfaces and no visible means to generate lift,

-The AAV exhibited advanced propulsion capability by demonstrating the ability to remain stationary with little to no variation in altitude transitioning to horizontal and/or vertical velocities far greater than any known aerial vehicle with litle to no visible signature,

-The AAV possibly demonstrated the ability to “cloak” or become invisible to the human-eye or human observation,

-The AAV possibly demonstrated a highly advanced capability to operate undersea completely undetectable by our most advanced sensors,


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