05 Nov 2015 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 19

  1. Kamal Tailor 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    Don't Cross The Streams!

  2. Kamal Tailor 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    What engine is that? I've never seen a thrust vector like that before.

  3. Brent Burzycki 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    F22 Raptor I believe…

  4. Kamal Tailor 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    it's a very interesting thrust vector though. I wonder why it is designed like that? A greater thrust over all perhaps?

  5. Looks like quantum vacuum plasma thruster (related article http://finance.yahoo.com/news/nasa-latest-tests-show-physics-230112770.html)

  6. Robert McSpadden 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    …for better jet-puffed marshmallows!!

  7. Michael Richards 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    +vangelis karanikolas absolutely not. This is the Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 generating 40,000 pounds of vectored thrust for the F-22. That is a LOT of toasted marshmallows +Robert McSpadden

  8. Leon Mata 5 Nov 2015 Reply


  9. Vismay Soni 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    Wot a powerful thrust it will be hats of to that plane

  10. Drop bomb on gone gone

  11. Claude Colibri 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    Banc d'essai réacteur .impressionnant. …

  12. Jim K 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    Long exposure showing the capabilities of the variable angle thrust vectoring.

    Who says the F22 can't dogfight?

  13. Michael Richards 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Jim K no one says the F-22 can't dogfight. It's the F-35 that sucks it and get's killed every time by a 1970's F-16…

  14. Jim K 5 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Michael Richards early software, flight sim only. Don't write off the F35 just yet.

    Whole idea behind raptor is not engaging. Standoff and kill from distance, seems it can mix it up as well…

  15. Michael Richards 6 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Jim K the F-35 will be a great plane I'm sure, but it costs way too much and will only ever be half the plane the F-14 or F-22 are/were…

  16. The Ramon 7 Nov 2015 Reply


  17. Yang Yang 14 Nov 2015 Reply

    is that a F-22 engine ?

  18. John Nicholson 22 Nov 2015 Reply

    Pratt F119 engine for a F22. I was a flight inspector on the F22 for 5 yrs awesome aircraft.

  19. Jim K 30 Aug 2016 Reply

    +Michael Richards F-35 is actually 3 planes: A, B & C variants, all for very different roles; looked at like that, it seems almost a bargain.

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