On December 10, 2023, the plane carrying US President Joe Biden was accompanied by two F-35 military fighters as it flew to Los Angeles (USA). During landing, a spherical UFO was observed near the plane.
Subsequently, several eyewitnesses reported seeing a police helicopter in the sky attempting to approach the UFO. The mysterious whitish-silver sphere was initially spotted in the sky around 10:28 a.m. as it flew past Air Force One, carrying President Biden and his wife, as it prepared to land at Los Angeles Airport.
A few minutes later, the object reappeared, flashing in the upper right corner of the camera view. During its third appearance at 11:08 a.m., the white ball was finally noticed by the camera operators, who filmed it up close.
At that moment, the UFO remained motionless or nearly motionless in the air, far from the planes. The camera operators streamed the video live to the LA Flights YouTube channel.
When the UFO appeared for the third time, cameraman Joshua Solorzano began discussing it live: “It’s right above us. It’s moving, but it’s not a star. I’m telling you, they’re coming from the ocean. It’s very strange right now.”
Joshua initially thought the object might be a balloon, while the second operator, his brother Peter Solorzano, referred to it directly as a UAP – unidentified aerial phenomenon – a term increasingly used in recent years in official US documents.
“I didn’t see it moving. I watched it for about 15 minutes to see if it was ascending or something, and then it just floated,” mentioned another witness, local resident Chris Callari, who spotted the UFO while walking around the city.
“It appeared as just a distant white ball. But its motionlessness caught my attention. Additionally, the presence of an LAPD helicopter circling there also drew my attention. However, from my vantage point, I couldn’t determine if the helicopter was circling due to an object or something on the ground.”
A spherical UFO flew past Biden’s plane at very close range, closer than the F-35. Judging by the lack of reaction from the accompanying fighters, their pilots did not visually or radar-detect the strange pursuer.
Reports about this incident surfaced online only the other day, nearly two weeks after the actual incident. The reason for such a delay remains unknown; perhaps the authorities attempted to prevent publication.