Entering A US Military Base, As UFO Seekers
In a rather odd twist of fate, UFO Seekers received a call from Naval Air Station Lemoore located in Kings County, California. The public affairs office allowed Tim and Tracey to enter the facility and photograph jets, hangers. equipment, and also they were allowed to observe US Navy aircraft practicing touch-n-go’s on the runway. This was the first time we were allowed to display our logo on a US Military facility. It was also the first time we were allowed to ask military members questions about UFOs.
Current Operations Of NAS Lemoore:
With the transfer of NAS Miramar to the United States Marine Corps, NAS Lemoore now hosts the Navy’s entire west coast fighter/attack capability. NAS Lemoore was built “from the ground up” as a Master Jet Base, and has several operational advantages, and relatively few constraints, as a result.
Strike Fighter Wing Pacific with its supporting facilities is home ported here. The primary aircraft based at NAS Lemoore is the F/A-18 Hornet Strike Fighter. In November, 1999, NAS Lemoore received its first F/A-18 E/F Super Hornets, which replaced the F-14 Tomcat in fleet service as an air-superiority fighter and has assumed, in a different configuration, the role of older F/A-18 Strike Fighters. Currently, there are a total of 175 Hornets and Super Hornets home-based at NAS Lemoore operating from one Fleet Replacement [training] Squadron and sixteen Fleet [operational] Squadrons. In 2017, the F-35 Lightning II was received onboard NAS Lemoore, establishing the first F-35 Pacific training squadron.
Improving The UFO Community’s Credibility
Tim and Tracey decided the trip would be beneficial to the UFO Community reputation so the decision was made to accept the invitation from the US Navy public affairs office at NAS Lemoore. The two were also extremely interested in eyeing any kind of UFO technology or evidence of an alien influence on aircraft located at the facility.
Asking About The 2004 USS Nimitz UFO Incident
A popular UFO incident occured in 2004. A US Navy pilot had a strange encounter with a UFO over the Pacific Ocean near San Diego. The pilot’s name is David Fravor. On the day of the incident, the USS Nimitz was in port and Fravor was stationed at NAS Lemoore. Fravor flew out of NAS Lemoore that day for training over the ocean when he encountered a fast moving UFO.
While at the facility Tim asked an active US Navy Officer about the 2004 USS Nimitz UFO incident, but the Officer and all other individuals on base spoken to that day by Tim had never heard of David Fravor or the 2004 USS Nimitz UFO incident. We all hoped to hear that the Nimitz incident was a base legend, but the opposite was true.
UFO Technology At The Facility?
Neither Tim or Tracey observed any UFOs, UFO technology, alien influenced propulsion, or alien influenced craft. Do take note, they were not allowed into the F-35C area. There’s no doubt the base would also hide classified aircraft or vehicles while civilians were present on the secured facility.
You can see more photographs from our trip to NAS Lemoore in the video below: