‘UFO’ Spotted Lurking Above US’ Largest Marine Base

Fox News reported that a UFO with flashing lights was filmed flying over a U.S. Marine base in California in 2021.The event mystified witnesses, but the government says it was a training exercise.

In May 2022, during Congress’ historic hearing on unidentified anomalous phenomenon (UAPs), Jeremy Corbell was the only civilian mentioned. As an investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker, Corbell obtained footage and pictures of a possible UFO, which he shared with Fox News Digital.

Witnesses at Camp Wilson in Twentynine Palms, California, described the craft as a “large, silent and hovering triangular-shaped craft.”

According to Sue Gough, a spokesperson for the Department of Defense, there was a training course going on at the time of the incident. The Pentagon’s office that tracks UAPs, which is a government-derived acronym for UFO, has no record of the incident.

Located in the Mojave Desert, at the southern tip of San Bernardino County, Camp Wilson is a massive 998-square-mile Marine Corps base, with most of its area being dedicated to training.

Recently, the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), a department within the Department of Defense, has been assigned to investigate and identify unidentified flying objects and other air, sea or space phenomena.

The “WeaponizedPodcast.com” co-hosts, journalist George Knapp, and filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, have released videos of an unidentified object sighting that occurred at Camp Wilson. The footage features voices questioning the nature of the object, with one voice stating, “We got aliens.”

During a May 23 episode of their podcast, the duo scrutinized videos and photos of the event and spoke with witnesses, claimed to be Marines, who wished to remain anonymous.

“I can confirm that there were military aviation assets in the Twentynine Palms, California, airspace and a Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course was being conducted at the time,” Gough said.

“There is no record of communication with the base range control concerning a UAP sighting, nor of the allocation of any base resources to investigate a UAP sighting. AARO does not have a record of this alleged event and cannot verify the authenticity of the report.”