Same pilot said other pilots have seen them come out of the water as well.The Navy also encountered it under the water going 550 MPH , Navy submarine ‘encountered 500mph Nimitz UFO in ocean’ 4 years after sighting View attachment 61156
Humans can, and have, survived over 45 G's. Of course I would FREAKIN' DIE at 5 G's. My daughter was LAUGHING out loud when she was pulling 8+ G's when she was flying combat air mission in San Diego. One of her bucket list programs. 10 yrs ago she had a brain tumor. So, every year she has her "Brain-aversory" and she does something on her bucket list, paragliding, combat air, having 20+ friends over to play "tumor toss" (they wore Velcro head gear and had fuzzy balls they threw at each other) race car training running around the track at 100+mph, and on and on.......smart kid, they didn't remove her fun portion of her brain. She works HARD, and coaches teens in Crew (rowing) and Masters. Puts in 13-15 hrs a day.they say the g forces from the acceleration calculated from the radar data would have been over 30g’s. Any human inside would have become an inside out pancake.