Astonishing new footage appears to show three lightning-quick UFOs hurtling across the US skies in front of a state-of-the-art Army helicopter.
The video was said to have been recorded on November 6, 2018, roughly 40 miles northwest of Tucson, Arizona.
In the video, an Apache helicopter’s co-pilot and gunner witness three objects dashing in a loose triangular formation across the sky as the aircraft prepares to take off.
The co-pilot and gunner are stunned as the objects suddenly appear, shouting: “Wow! Are those three really fast moving jets up
In response, the Apache pilot says: “Probably. Probably some A10’s or some F-16s, but, I’m not looking up there.”
The video, which bears similarities to the numerous pieces of footage filmed by US Navy pilots over the past two decades, was obtained by science website The Debrief.
They spoke to former US Air Force fighter pilot Chris Lehto, who admitted the craft looked "anomalous" and seemed faster "than an F-16 or F/A-18 fighter jet.
He added that the turn rate of the craft "seemed faster than one of the fastest turning fighters on Earth" in an F-16, which would mean it was generating 70 Gs.
And it's not the only UFO – or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) as they are formally known – sighting on the US borders.
The site also spoke to recently retired Homeland Security agent Robert “Bob” Thompson.
He claims to have talked to "dozens" of agents who have witnessed UAPs while scanning the skies for any potential drug smugglers across the border.
Thompson served in the military for 11 years before spending 14 years guarding the border.
He earned a spot on the Tucson Sectors Special Operations Detachment Mobile Response Team where he focused on terrorism, counter weapons of mass destruction proliferation, and drug interdiction.
Speaking about the phenomena, he added: "There are other people that have concerns about [these objects] as well. You know, like it may be a foreign adversary."
But he claimed that some were "genuine objects that I couldn’t explain”.
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