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Originally posted by Agent_Orange
The helicopter that took the video is most likely a blackhawk, which moves very slow.
Originally posted by mtmaraca
As best I can tell, this is FLIR video from a Litening pod attached to an F-16, it's not from a helicopter.
When I put this question to the Tomahawk program manager at the Pentagon, he said that video had been analyzed and that there was no way seven Tomahawk's could fly "formation" in that small a space. Based on where it was taken and how it was taken (C-130 optical tracking system) took it, it was determined to be large birds, most likely geese, and the relative speed of the Hercules make it look like they were traveling fast.
Originally posted by (^_^)
If you would look closer... You would see that everything behind them becomes a bit blurry... that indicates that they produce heat.... so it is some kind of missiles....