Yep. Here’s a thought experiment from the perspective of someone sitting in a shuttle, with the window rolled down.
I’m imagining driving down a highway at 100 mph (at night, lights off, radar detector on, watching for cops). Then I stick a big piece of foam outside my window and let go. What does it do? While I speed on, the foam flys out of my hand and drops to the ground and stays there. In other words, it goes from 100 to 0 pretty fast. Relative to my car, it goes from 0 to 100 pretty fast.
Imagine going Mach 2. That’s 10 times faster than a bad hurricane, or a few times faster than the meanest tornado every recorded. A wind like that could rip a house right out of Kansas and drop it down in Indiana. Stick a big piece of foam outside. Wham! Zero to very fast in the blink of an eye.