Another incredible video allegedly showing a possible UFO has hit the web.
In a viral video recently shared by The DeBrief, an Apache attack helicopter pilot training in Arizona appeared to spot three flying objects he thought might have been planes, according to Forbes, but their movement didn’t seem consistent with a plane.
The DeBrief wrote the following
November 6, 2018, pilots of a U.S. Army AH-64 Apache attack helicopter encountered three unidentified aerial phenomena during a training flight in Arizona. The video shows three unknown aircraft initially appearing to be flying in a loose triangular formation. The three unknown objects suddenly appear to rotate around each other, as if revolving around an unseen axis, all while maintaining a steady eastward trajectory.
Former U.S. Air Force F-16 fighter pilot Chris Lehto analyzed the footage and concluded, “it is without a doubt anomalous.” According to Lehto, ‘The tracking rate is exceptionally fast. Even if they are only a mile away, I calculate they go approximately 1.28M. Well past the speed of sound.’
‘The circle-dance maneuver is just not possible,’ added Lehto. ‘They do a full 360-degree turn in less than 3 seconds!’
In Lehto’s opinion, no F-16—nor any drone or other aircraft in the current known inventory of the United States military—is capable of what the objects are seen doing in the video. He judges that they display ‘a turn rate that is an order of magnitude faster than one of the fastest turning fighters on earth,’ which he estimates to be above 70 Gs.
You can watch the fascinating video recorded by the pilot below.
I’m not an expert, but those flying objects damn sure didn’t look like planes to me. Their movement seemed way too chaotic and unorganized to be a group of fighter jet pilots up in the sky.
Again, I’m not an expert, but whatever was up in the sky seemed to be something other than a plane and Lehto agreed in his breakdown of the situation.
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Now, could those have been planes? Sure, but does anyone think that after watching this video? I damn sure don’t, and it’s just the latest in a long string of examples of unexplainable footage.
Let us know in the comments what you think was whipping around the sky!
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Let us know in the comments what you think was captured on video by the helicopter pilot?