Leading UFO investigator and editor of Extraordinary Beliefs, Jeremy Corbell, has edited together a first-person audio account from U.S. Navy pilot Chad Underwood on the Tic Tac UAP from the November 2004 Nimitz Encounters.
The highly credible account contradicts efforts to debunk the Nimitz encounters by reviewing video alone. In recent months, Mick West has sought to debunk sightings of UAPs by providing alternate explanations for video evidence while fully ignoring eye-witness pilot accounts, radar and other evidence.
Chad Underwood, who filmed the famous Tic Tac FLIR video, says:
“Aircraft have very, very specific infrared signatures. You cannot mistake it, whether it is a 737, another F-18 or an enemy aircraft, there are key features on that infrared that identify it as an aircraft. This [the Tic Tac] is not conventional aircraft, or U.S. military. It’s not a civilian airliner, not a helicopter. It’s certainly not a bird.
“This is not a conventional aircraft. This is something different.”