posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 07:58 PM
July 28, 2009
The former chief commander of the Soviet Navy has revealed information on UFOs that until recently had been secret. The Soviet Navy had so many
encounters with mysterious objects raising from or diving into the ocean that a special analytic group was set to make weekly reports to the naval
commander-in-chief. The Russian website Free Press (svpressa.ru) interviewed that officer on July 16.
Vladimir N. Chernavin, 81, was the chief commander of the Soviet Navy and deputy minister of defense of the USSR from 1985 to 1992. He is the
recipient of several high Soviet and Russian state honors. The material he presented is peppered with the names of other distinguished Soviet naval
officers. Some of those officers have spoken before about their knowledge of UFOs, but others are being publicly associated with the phenomenon for
the first time.
Among the information Chernavin revealed are these statistics provided by former naval captain of the first rank Vladimir Azhazha: “Fifty percent of
meetings with UFOs are connected with the ocean, and 15 percent with lakes.” Forty-four percent of cases have been recorded in the Atlantic Ocean,
16 percent in the Pacific, 10 percent in the Mediterranean Sea.
More and more is coming out in Russia and other countries, how can the U.S. Government ignore this?