A remarkable report on the now-infamous 2004 Nimitz 'Tic Tac' UFO encounter by US Navy pilots reveals a number of new details about the highly-intriguing case. Obtained by KLAS investigative reporter and C2C host George Knapp, the 13-page document (which you can read here) is said to have been "prepared by and for the military" and utilized input from a number of different agencies. The unclassified report was given to Knapp during a debriefing on the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP) that was arranged for him by retired Senator Harry Reid earlier this year.
Contained within the analysis of the event are several aspects of the case which suggest that something truly extraordinary occurred in mid-November of 2004 as the US aircraft carrier cruised off the coast of California. One key detail featured in the report is that the unidentified craft, dubbed an 'anonymous aerial vehicle' rather than a UFO for obvious reasons, made multiple appearance over the course of several days and that the case is more of a series of incidents as opposed to an isolated encounter. Additionally, the AAV was described as being able to "rapidly descend" from a height of 60,000 feet to a mere 50 feet in a matter of seconds.
More from the report, including some truly sensational and sobering assessments of the case, at the Coast to Coast AM website.