The 3 UAP videos do not exist in a vacuum.
There are stories that go along with them, told by eyewitnesses. There were dozens of UFO’s associated with the events happening around the 2
carriers and their aircrews. The flight crew who you hear on this video refused to do any interviews. Others who flew in their squadron with them at
the time were called before Congress to discuss what they actually saw. Do you really think they only saw birds and that is what they told Congress?
The whole thing was about birds, or balloons, or whatever your next excuse will be?
Are you calling the Hornet crews who saw these 3 UAP’s - and the other UFO’s that were with them – are you calling them all liars?
If it was going slow, why did Pilot David Fravor say the “Go Fast” object was “SCREAMING ACROSS THE FACE OF THE WATER.”?
Fravor says “They saw it, eh, going across the water, and, and their just grabbing a lock. So they are seeing this with their eyes and he gets the
FLIR to lock on it. And that’s when you hear the kid go “Ouu I got it!” cause he gets the auto track and it’s just something screaming across
the face of the water.”
Are we to believe that fighter pilots are so dumb that they do not know what they are looking at?
Are we to believe that people in the Navy who live and work on the oceans every day and see sea birds all the time, that these fighter pilots cannot
tell the difference between a bird and a fast moving craft? They cannot tell if a balloon is floating right over the water or miles above it? They
cannot tell the difference between something going VERY SLOW over the ocean and something going VERY FAST?
Even if they had not seen it with their own eyes, for them to have never seen the Parallax effect on the ATFLIR system before must mean that they had
never looked down with the ATFLIR before. Otherwise they would be aware of the effect and not fooled by it when deciding the speed of the object. So
are we to believe that these fliers seeing the “Go Fast” had never used their ATFLIR before?
The flight crew is watching this happen in real time with their own eyes BEFORE they captured it on the ATFLIR. They are EXCITED by how fast this
thing is going and how they were even able to lock on to it.
As we know, the fastest bird known to fly is the Peregrine Falcon which has been clocked at a maximum of 242 mph. BUT it can only fly that fast when
in a vertical or near vertical dive. The object in the film is not doing that. No bird can fly that fast when flying horizontally. The Peregrine
Falcons maximum horizontal flying speed is under 60 knots – 70 miles per hour. Maybe the crew would have trouble locking on something as small as a
bird, because they sure would not have trouble locking on to something only going 60 knots.
Surely, in all their hours of flight time, they had seen birds flying over the ocean before? Balloons are constantly being touted as the excuse for
UFO’s. So in all those years of flying, surely they had already seen one of these omnipresent balloons floating over the water? Their job was to
intercept other aircraft over the ocean, so they should be used to determining how fast another object is going in relationship to their aircraft.
For Fravor to NOT say that the object in “Go Fast” was moving slow, basically means he is being deceitful. So was he being deceitful because he
was being paid to be? Was Fravor being paid to lie? Were all the Hornet crews being paid to lie? Fravor has almost four thousands of hours of flying
time so he knows what the water looks like through a FLIR device and he can read the numbers too. That was his job for years, so he should know if the
object is going fast or not.
So, once again, if it was going slow, why did Fravor say the “Go Fast” object was “screaming across the face of the water.”?
You would rather believe someone like Dick West over David Fravor?
At 26:40 in the above video, Fravor says about the “Tic Tac”, The object is doing something… it is not allowing the radar to get ranging on
it.” So Fighter pilot David Fravor is saying that the UFO is jamming the radar. Computer jockey Dick West says it is not. Who do you want to
At 28:50 in the above video, Fravor says about the “Tic Tac”, “For something to leave the field of view that fast with the pod just starring is
pretty fast.” So Fighter pilot David Fravor says it is shooting off out of view faster than our fastest aircraft. Computer jockey Dick West says it
is not. Who do you want to believe? Ace pilot David Fravor or ass crack Dick West?
At 40:40 in the above video, Fravor says about the Gimbal, “It’s rotating.” So Fighter pilot David Fravor says it is rotating. Computer jockey
Dick West says it is not. Who do you want to believe? Someone who has worked daily with a FLIR before, or someone who has not?
Now if you do not want to believe Fravor, you have some precedence, because at 1:06:20 he says the “Tic Tac” video is NOT 10 minutes long, yet we
have at least 3 other sailors who watched it on board ship when it was happening saying it WAS about 10 minutes long. And these other witnesses did
not call them “Men In Black”, they called them men with coveralls over Air Force uniforms or plain clothes men, depending on which ship they were
on (Princton or Nimitz) when these mystery men helicoptered in.
At 1:09:50 they even talk about your kind, Moon. Unfortunately Rogan changes the subject so quickly that Fravor can make no comment about it. This is
too bad for us because he could have settled many of the questions right there.
As for the screaming “Go Fast”, they mention it and Dick West at 7:30 in the video excript below:
We know by the readout in the “Go Fast” video that the Hornet was curving inward toward the object, not on a direct course to it. When looking at
the closure rate of the ‘Go Fast’ UFO at the 8:50 mark, apparently the on-screen “VC” read out tells us how fast the object is closing but not
how fast the object is actually going. The left bottom corner tells us that the Hornet is going 0.61 Mach/406 knots/468 miles per hour. And the object
is closing at lock-on at 220 knots/253 miles per hour. As we can see the VC speed then slows, from 210 knots to 150 knots. So that object is flying a
flat trajectory and the closing speed is slowing down as it does so, we can see that speed info - the VC - on the readout right below where the range
is shown. So we know all that. And we also assume that since these videos were released without permission (Thank You Final Theory) then the numbers
should be accurate and not edited by the military. Though if the numbers were edited the fliers comments would make more sense.
So knowing those numbers, could the object really only be moving at say, 36 miles per hour? If so, why was the pilot so surprised that they got a lock
on it? If so, how come the military cannot tell us that it was not fast at all? Why can’t they say, “We do not know what it is, but it is very
slow.”? Why did Fravor say the “Go Fast” was “screaming across the face of the water.”?