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US Army helicopter footage of 3 UAPs has been released


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Crazy cool stuff.

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2 hours ago, Trelane said:

Not seeing anything extraordinary. 

Look closer. Granted, it's not the best publicly released footage, but the jist of it is the amazing sudden movements of whatever crafts those are.

My DJI drone can not do that.

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There are 3 dots in the sky. They move. I love this comment: "The circle-dance maneuver is just not possible." It almost certainly means that this so-called maneuver never happened and that what is seen is due to the perspective of the viewer.

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3 hours ago, ItwasAliens said:

I didn�t know apache helicopters were equipped with cell phone cameras.

They're not. Apache helicopters' are equipped with the most advanced imaging hardware available.

You don't see it because you're not suppose to.

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All I’ll say at this stage is that there’s definitely a strong element of parallax due to the movement of the helicopter.

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22 hours ago, pallidin said:

Look closer. Granted, it's not the best publicly released footage, but the jist of it is the amazing sudden movements of whatever crafts those are.

My DJI drone can not do that.

Yeah, it's a lot different seeing them with your own eyes.

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I see three winking pixels that may or may not be moving. Not super impressive by any means.

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29 minutes ago, moonman said:

I see three winking pixels that may or may not be moving. Not super impressive by any means.

The DoD apparently considered it significant enough to log it as an official unknown aerial phenomena.

Keep in mind that the true footage is a hundred times more detailed and comprehensive, but all of that is secret.

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9 hours ago, pallidin said:

The DoD apparently considered it significant enough to log it as an official unknown aerial phenomena.

Keep in mind that the true footage is a hundred times more detailed and comprehensive, but all of that is secret.

I don't think that is correct - the part where you claim it is secret.

It's released and no version of this video is secret.

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37 minutes ago, stereologist said:

I don't think that is correct - the part where you claim it is secret.

It's released and no version of this video is secret.

I'm referring to the technology.

Sorry for any confusion.

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1 minute ago, pallidin said:

I'm referring to the technology.

Sorry for any confusion.

The tech on the helicopter? I suppose that is possible.

My guess is that they saw something very far away such as a meteor or they saw something very close. Their interpretation was something at a mid distance such as a mile or 10 miles away. Since the distance is unknown it is hard to determine anything much about the light dots

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On 5/30/2022 at 7:28 PM, pallidin said:

They're not. Apache helicopters' are equipped with the most advanced imaging hardware available.

The most advanced imaging hardware available is on the end of gigantic telescopes.

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