UFO Seekers has been on military facilities in the past, but typically as media spectators of a rocket launch or a basic facility tour. For instance, while at Vandenberg Air Force Base for a rocket launch, we were ordered by the Public Affairs Officer on-site to remove our logos ensuring local news video coverage didn’t show a UFO group at the facility.

That all changed after we received a phone call from a US Navy Public Affairs Officer at Naval Air Station (NAS) in Lemoore, CA.

Invitation Inside NAS Lemoore

The PO Officer called to invite UFO Seekers inside NAS Lemoore for a unique opportunity to view the interior of hangers, the flight line, and F/A-18 Super Hornet runway practice. Tracey and I happily accepted the invitation.

UFO Seekers has a goal of offering non-biased news coverage of the UFO community in the hope of becoming a respected UFO News Organization. Getting this invite from NAS Lemoore is one huge step towards that goal.

That’s because our invitation wasn’t extended to us as persons, it allowed UFO Seekers to enter the facility and actually look for UFO or alien technology first-hand on US Navy premises. I personally asked military members about UFOs or UFO experiences. We were also allowed to wear our UFO Seekers clothing displaying our organization. Not an endorsement, but acknowledgement of our existence.

Although we were worried about getting interrogated about our operations, we were eager to go.

Asking About The 2004 USS Nimitz UFO Incident

I specifically questioned US Navy members about the 2004 USS Nimitz UFO incident involving David Fravor off the coast of San Diego due to the fact Fravor took off from NAS Lemoore on that day. Fravor must have been stationed there while the USS Nimitz was in port.

Unfortunately all Navy members I spoke, did not know about Fravor and/or the USS Nimitz UFO incident.

I was fully expecting the US Navy Pilots I spoke to, to be fully versed on the incident. I thought it would be urban myth, like a base legend everyone spoke of. That was not what I found.

 

US Navy Pilots Practice Touch-n-Go’s

For a few hours, at the end of our trip to the US Navy facility, we were allowed to visit one of the runways where we observed US Navy Pilots practicing touch-n-go’s. The runway is setup to mmimck an aircraft carrier, and the pilots are practicing on the tarmac before taking their skills over the ocean to their carrier group.

The pilots showcased incredible skill and maneuverability as they zoomed through the skies and above local farmland. If only I could “get behind the wheel”.

Check out the video we created showcasing the trip: