Don't call them "UFO's" - they are "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena"

Is that a UFO? Oh, sorry. "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena" is what the U.S. Navy wants us to call them.

U.S. Navy pilots report, again and again, seeing unexplainable objects in the sky. Oh, and did we mention there's footage to prove it? Over two years after the UFO videos where released by U.S. Navy pilots, the government finally admits that the unexplainable objects are indeed "unidentified aerial phenomena," says Joseph Gradisher, a spokesman for the deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare, as reported by the Washington Post.

The post goes on to report, "Gradisher downplayed the significance of the moniker, saying that 'unidentified aerial phenomena' was not a new term and that the Navy preferred it to the more popular 'UFO'..."

While the military might go back and forth on what to call them, the public has taken to describing the footage as The Tic-Tac Videos because, well, the UFO’s look like Tic-Tacs. 

If you haven't seen the videos yet, please see below. Thanks to To The Stars Academy for their efforts in the push for government disclosure.

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