The first video claims that this is declassified soviet government material. It appears that 2 mig 23s are chasing 2 UFOs which seems to be too fast
for the planes. The video seems kind of wierd, it keeps zooming on the UFO for a period of time and that's all it shows.
The second video shows 3 Mig 21s chasing a UFO. The UFO is flying faster and faster away from the jet which is going at Mach 3
The third video looked as if it was from a movie, but it shows a team of F-16 flying faraway beside the UFO. Could just be another plan, youtube
videos can't really prove much because quality is minimal.
All three videos are from the same uploader. Seems interesting in my oppinion.
The second video is apparently completely fake according to the youtube comments. Apparently the cockpit is an F-15, and that cigar-shaped object
apparently is a target sleeve towed by another plane. The mach-3 speed estimation is probably fake too, but I'm no expert about fighter jets.
In the third video, one of the youtube comments say that the object is another F-16, I guess it just looks so small because it's far away.
I can't help but think that the first video is some sort of training exercise for two reasons, first the nice roll the jet did in the beginning and
second the officers standing around smiling and looking up. If that was a real ufo being chased I think that they would have other things to do.
Thanks for posting all of these together, good work.
I ripped the 3rd one from the DVD The Secret KGB UFO Files (1998) (TV) and uploaded it to youtube a few years back and shared it with ATS, from memory
if was found to be a CGI clip. Do a search as there as good info relating to these clips.
Originally posted by Leto
The second video is apparently completely fake according to the youtube comments.
[edit on 2-2-2008 by Leto]
I find it funny how if a UFO video or picture is fuzzy, it's considered mostly real. When the picture is clear most people consider it a fake. The
problem is they're jumping to these conclusion too quickly without any hard evidence.
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