Ryan Graves – Navy UAP Encounters


CBS’s “60 Minutes” said that he saw UAPs “every day for at least a couple years” in restricted airspace off the Atlantic Coast, and the Washington Post reported they had no exhaust plume, no visible engine, and on one occasion appeared to be hovering. Learn the detailed story of Ryan Graves’ encounters with Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.

About Our Guest

Ryan Graves, former Navy pilot, AIAA community Chair, and quantum technology project manager. Ryan has worked in advanced technology operations for over 10 years, including experience with BAE Systems FAST Lab and his current role at GenMat, and prior to that was twice deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Inherent Resolve as an F/A-18F Super Hornet pilot.

His technology experience includes roles at BAE Systems FAST Lab developing new technologies in conjunction with DARPA, AFRL and other research institutions, and at Quantum Generative Materials, where he works to accelerate the creation of breakthrough materials & technologies through quantum algorithms.

In the Navy, Ryan twice deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Inherent Resolve as an F/A-18F Super Hornet pilot. He was trained in advanced qualifications such as Combat Lead, Head Landing Signals Officer, and Forward Air Controller (Airborne). After completing specialized training as a Rescue Mission Commander, Ryan was one of two pilots tasked with leading any combat search and rescue missions in hostile territory.