A flying object is moving in 3D space having translational velocity and the object is also rotating. Consider a body frame (xb-yb-zb) attached to the C.G of the moving body. Hence the body attached frame is also translating and rotating (as the object is flying) with respect to a fixed inertial frame. The inertial frame(X-Y-Z) is attached and fixed at some specific location on ground(earth). Due to the effect of both translation and rotation a Coriolis kind of force (rotational velocity cross translational velocity) ω×ν will exist in body attached frame (xb-yb-zb). Here ω: Rotational velocity of the flying object, v: velocity of the object represented in body attached frame (xb-yb-zb). I would like to know : Does any equivalent force of ω×ν will exist in the inertial frame? In other words, using the frame transformation (from body attached frame to inertial frame) can we realize the ω×ν effect in inertial frame?