This is how fighter pilots pass snacks to each other

This is how fighter pilots pass snacks to each other

Imagine this scenario: You’re flying through the air at 5,000mph, when suddenly you’re feeling peckish.

You notice the fella sat in front of you has a tasty Snickers bar, and you want some of the action, but how can he pass it to you?

These two pilots figured out how to do it – just let the G-forced created by your jet do the work for you.

Simply by turning their £100 million vehicle in certain directions they were able to use physics to their advantage and pass the chocolate bar between them.

It’s good to see how the military is using all your tax money.

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