https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7514271/ Thoughts? This was recorded on 4 separate radar systems. After falling from an altitude of 80,000 feet to 50 feet in less than one second (representing a speed in excess of 50,000 miles per hour) the object then shot up to an altitude of 25,000 feet in less than one second, then hovered at that altitude. Concerned about safety of flight the supervisor responsible for the Spy-1 radar on the Princeton was granted permission from the commanding officer to vector a pair of F-18s to intercept one of these objects. The two pilots responding to this direction were Commander Fravor a Top Gun graduate and squadron commanding officer and Lieutenant Dietrich, a newly arrived pilot to the fleet, with the squadron executive officer in her back seat as WSO. Arriving at the location directed by their controller, Fravor and Dietrich's WSO saw an object bouncing around erratically over a disturbance in the water they originally feared was a crashed airplane. Curious, Fravor descended with Lieutenant Dietrich remaining in high cover, at which time the object maneuvered to face him and mirrored his input opposite his position in a descending circle. Fravor aggressively cut across the middle of the circle at which point the object, according to Detrich, disappeared really fast. Seconds later, his ship — the USS Princeton — said the object reappeared on its radar 60 miles away. The object, which was seen by the pilot's own eyes in addition to four independent radar systems, had actually teleported. Do you believe the US Navy's claim?