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How to Pass Snacks to the Rear Seat of a Fighter Jet
A pilot of a F18 jet fighter was caught on video passing a snickers to his copilot during a flight. The video is only 11 seconds long, but it is pretty epic.
The video shows the pilot in front releasing the candy bar in flight, and the Snickers just floats back to the copilot hovering in the air.
Many believe this to be a clever advertisement by Snickers, but they stated publicly that although they did love it they had nothing to do with it.
That doesn't mean Snickers isn't going to flaunt this awesome piece of footage.
As for the mystery of who is flying the plane, some outlets thought it could be U.S. Navy pilots. An Air Force spokesman gave credence to the Navy possibility saying, "The aircraft in the frame at 11 seconds looks to be a Navy F/A-18," but qualifying his response with, "This is just a guess."
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@beywatch Haha, really? From the cockpit view of a plane?
3 years ago·Reply
Pretty amazing. I'm more amazed at how the low gravity works because of them flying near or above the speed of sound.
3 years ago·Reply
Marketing stunt , huh ?
3 years ago·Reply
Someone is going to get in trouble...
3 years ago·Reply
@TeamWaffles Yes. I'm like "OH JESUS. IT'S SO HIGH."
3 years ago·Reply