Go Fast Video Captures Navy Jet Pilots Racing UFO

The Stars Academy of Arts and Science upload footage of an aerial space race between a Navy jet and a UFO.

Don’t blink or you’ll miss it, but alleged Defense Department footage appears to capture a Navy jet’s encounter with a UFO. The video was released after the Pentagon admitted it grounded a $22 million initiative to identify unknown objects in aerospace. The video, which is called “Go Fast,” was released by The Stars Academy of Arts and Science, an independent research group which was co-founded by former Blink182 musician Tom DeLonge.

“This footage was captured by a U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet using the Raytheon ATFLIR Pod that was being operated by a highly trained aerial observer and weapons system operator whom the government has spent millions of dollars to train,” the official synopsis reads. “Go Fast reveals a Navy encounter that occurred off the East Coast of the United States in 2015 and the object in view remains unidentified.”

The two-minute clip was captured by a camera on board the jet, which was flying at 25,000 feet. The image is hard to follow, but what does come across is the enthusiasm of the flyboys. Anyone who thinks the need for speed slowed down after The Right Stuff hit theaters haven’t been keeping up with the new crop. It took this writer six viewings to even know where to look but the airmen spotted it in real time.

“Whoah! Got it,” we hear an excited voice exclaim after three attempts to capture the object in the sights. This is the sound of a man who is really enjoying his job. “What the fuck is that thing?”we hear the pilot gush, “Did you catch a moving target?”

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“Oh my gosh dude!” reports the jet’s weapons systems officer. “What is that thing?”

The last voice we hear says “Look at that flying.” It is said with admiration. The object moving at over 250 miles an hour, and to the pilots it is a thing to behold.  The aircraft they are following is apparently far superior to craft they can get their hands on.

You can watch the video here:

The Pentagon has so far declined to comment about the footage. “Go Fast” is the third of three official USG videos selected for release after official review by multiple government organizations. A copy of the video is available to any member of the press or public via the Freedom of Information Act.