In a startling revelation, Jeff Nuccetelli, a former senior patrolman with the United States Air Force (USAF), has come forward with an account of a massive unidentified flying object (UFO) sighting. The incident, which took place on October 14, 2003, involved a gigantic red square-shaped UFO hovering over a launch facility at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
Nuccetelli, who served in the USAF for 16 years before transitioning to an administrative role with the US Marshals, detailed his investigation into the incident during an interview on the Merged podcast. He described the UFO as a “flattened square,” roughly the size of a football field, that was reported by contractors working at the base.
Boeing contractors reported a football field-sized red square UFO floating over a Vandenberg Air Force Base launch facility in 2003.#ufotwitter #ufox #ufos #ufohttps://t.co/w0JchdbzG6 pic.twitter.com/YpfZUjJLjc
— ᴋʟᴀᵾs (@tinyklaus) November 7, 2023
The former USAF officer explained that the initial report came from Range Control, who received the complaint from the contractors. A technical sergeant from Range Control was brought in to provide a written statement about the incident, which Nuccetelli still possesses. He estimates that at least 80 people on the base were aware of the event, including other police officers who witnessed it firsthand.
Despite the controversy surrounding the Pentagon’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), Nuccetelli shared his findings with them. He spoke highly of his interaction with the AARO, stating that the investigator who contacted him spent a significant amount of time discussing the case and showed genuine interest in investigating it further.
My impression of the Vandenberg AFB Red Square.
— JS | UFOs & Beyond (@JS_UFO) November 8, 2023
Nuccetelli is now assisting the AARO in locating more witnesses to the two sightings that occurred on that day in October 2003. His goal is to track down all the individuals who were present during the incident, acknowledging that his recollection of the details may be flawed since he wasn’t there when the sightings occurred.
The former USAF officer also revealed a second encounter with the UFO, which involved two of his fellow USAF police patrol officers. He described the scene as chaotic, with the officers screaming and scared as the UFO approached them. This sighting took place above Vandenberg AFB’s Space Launch Complex 4, which is currently leased by SpaceX.
Nuccetelli emphasized the reliability of the witnesses, stating that they were trained observers who knew what aircraft and fishing boats looked like. He expressed confidence in their accounts, dismissing the idea that they were merely jumping to conclusions.
The first sighting of the day was reportedly witnessed by aerospace contractors for Boeing. Nuccetelli stated that three Boeing contractors signed sworn statements affirming that they saw the UFO, describing it as a large square object, glowing red, and silently floating over the launchpad at a low altitude.
These revelations underscore the need for further investigation into such unexplained aerial phenomena. As we continue to explore the vast expanse of our universe, it is crucial that we remain open to the possibility of encounters with unknown entities and strive to understand them better.