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The former Royal Air Force member said: “Upon analyzing the footage, the twin objects pass to the rear of the helicopter at high velocity and dangerously close.” “Other theories as to what they could be are possible drones or even birds, but unlikely drones because they would not normally operate in such a close dangerous proximity to the rescue helicopter, due to the volatile unpredictable weather conditions.” “Upon closer analysis of the video frames, the two objects stay together in flight, in a tight compact formation not deviating from each other.”
He said: “Jason has been involved in researching and investigating UFOs and other mysteries (like many experts in this field, he uses the phrase ‘high strangeness events’ to describe a lot of this) for many years, but his particular area of expertise is imagery analysis. “Jason has skill and experience in carefully examining photos and videos, sorting out the fact from the fiction.”
originally posted by: gortex
They appear to be quite large birds so probably seagulls.
originally posted by: data5091
Jason Gleave who researches ufo images, and looked at this image, said he doesn't believe they are birds and talks about these images and others in a book he has authored I understand per the story in the link.