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10 Nov 2015 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 55

  1. Anita Kuipers 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    Just an UFO

  2. Fra Diavollo 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    Superfighter!

  3. Gail Thomas 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    So awesome

  4. 陳校董 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    我不知何從角度看嚨摸。就是好棒。💟💟👍👍💟💟

  5. Jason Odell 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    I used to work with a guy who flew it when it was totally "black." Interesting stories.

  6. 張永承 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    Beautiful

  7. Danny Quizon 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    I liked the nickname "The Hopeless Diamond."💎☺

  8. Kurt Lusmays 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    First stealth

  9. John Rambo 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    Responsible for many UFO sightings in the 90's.

  10. Shadow Rider 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Kurt Lusmays NOT the first stealth.
    Ever hear of the U-2? The SR-71? Or even the NorthropGrumman "Flying Wing"?
    All of which had SOME degree of stealth capabilities.
    From radar-absorbant paint, to extreme low radar- cross sections, to ability to fly above radar sites (of the time)!

  11. Louis Smith 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    This thing was so quiet for

  12. Andrew Sauls 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    I was stationed in Alaska, just before the first Gulf War, when this was announced ..

  13. Reo Cruz 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    C'mon guys, this is just swamp gas.

  14. steve Franklin 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    Nice

  15. Leon Mata 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    Okay

  16. Kurt Lusmays 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider whatever…

  17. Shadow Rider 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Kurt Lusmays​ do your research, if you don't believe me.
    But the SR-71 was used in Viet Nam during the late '60s.
    The U-2 was used in the early '70s (and still is being used).
    And the Northrop "Flying Wing" was designed and flown in the late '40s/early '50s.

    ALL of which came BEFORE 1988.

  18. Danny Quizon 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider Interestingly enough, the Wright Brothers didn't invent the airplane either. They just happened to beat the guy to the patent office. The Smithsonian didn't even recognize the Wright's as the inventors of the airplane till about two decades into the 20th century.

  19. Ted MacDonald 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    This was a attack aircraft not a fighter . The plane had no defensive weapons . Stealth was its only defense, but generals in the Pentagon wanted it designated as F-117 not A-117 .

  20. Shadow Rider 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Danny Quizon that is correct.
    Leonardo DaVinci actually invented the airplane, although his design WAS more of a glider.
    However….it opened the door for powered flight.

  21. John Rambo 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider Yeah that Leonardo dude was not human. The things he thought of or invented or drew out plan's for in that day and age was mind-boggling. Planes, helicopters, tanks, and I even think a type of Robot. The guy had to be from another planet. Tesla was the other Alien in history. Just mind blowing freaks.

  22. Reo Cruz 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider don't forget the Aerial Screw.

  23. Shadow Rider 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo keep in mind…..Leonardo, being a genius AND living in the Renaissance Era, had nothing to do BUT to sit around thinking of things.

  24. Shadow Rider 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Reo Cruz​ yet another creation of Leonardo's.
    But the aerial screw was powered by hand cranks and pulleys of varying sizes.

    NOT considered to be "powered flight"!!!

  25. John Rambo 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider Yeah but to come up with the things he did, with absolutely nothing to go off of is what's Alien. Then 100's of years later civilization is using these ideas and inventions. His knowledge is unmatched in history. He was dissecting corpses and drawing up the human body to a tee. Then to top it off he's a world class painter. Not to mention he wrote back ward's in some Alien code or something. The dude was not human.

  26. Shadow Rider 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo OH YEAH!!!!!!

    He was amazing to say the least.

  27. Danny Quizon 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider Thinking and trying to avoid the Bubonic Plague! 😀

  28. Shadow Rider 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Danny Quizon and it worked out pretty well for him too.

  29. David Cheng 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    👏

  30. Jan Wat. Rogerson 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    Put that bad boy to work oh ya

  31. Mike Thompson 10 Nov 2015 Reply

    I got to see it up close at an airshow at NAS Jax in late 89 while I was stationed there. The pilot had the tower going nuts because they couldn't see it. They had the tower radio patched into the PA system. Lots of security around it once they put it on static display.

  32. Kurt Lusmays 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider yeah whatever..

  33. Shadow Rider 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Kurt Lusmays NO need to be sore. I was only educating.
    Have a great day! 😃😃😃

  34. Kurt Lusmays 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Whatever

  35. Shadow Rider 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Kurt Lusmays Are you sore?
    Do you feel I hate you??
    NOT AT ALL!!!!!

    I don't know you enough to hate you. So don't feel sore.

  36. Kurt Lusmays 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Whatever asshole

  37. John Rambo 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Kurt Lusmays LOL To funny

  38. Shadow Rider 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Kurt Lusmays awwwwww.
    Does somebody need a hug??????

    Cause if you don't, you have a rather ODD way of making friends.
    Check the facts.
    You'll see that what I have said is true.

    In other words:
    If you're not prepared to offer evidence to support your claim, don't post something that you know very little (if any ) knowledge of.

  39. Kurt Lusmays 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Whatever

  40. Shadow Rider 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Kurt Lusmays 💋💖 ya.
    Bwahahahahaha

  41. John Rambo 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider You did kind of come across as a know it all smart ass. You weren't a dick, just a bit of a smart guy cool guy.

  42. Kurt Lusmays 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Whatever

  43. Maribel Resendiz 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    I love it

  44. Shadow Rider 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo that comes from studying. And if I can study, so can others.
    So there is no reason to go around appearing to be uneducated.

    I have 0% tolerance for ignorant people. I can work with stupid ones.

  45. John Rambo 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider I know a lot about planes also. Grew up around them. But I'm not going to out knowledge people on purpose.

  46. Shadow Rider 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo was more about educating someone. Not "outknowledging" them.
    If it came off as such, my apologies.

  47. David Cheng 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    👍

  48. Juana Nunez 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Quote de cumpleano

  49. Maria Alfano 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Chapeau F117A

  50. Rosli Mahmood 12 Nov 2015 Reply

    Best American airline.

  51. Dick Trump 12 Nov 2015 Reply

    Wobbly Goblin

  52. Ike Rouse 8 Dec 2015 Reply

    Retired way too early

  53. bulent nur 20 Dec 2015 Reply

    weird love

  54. Dick Trump 20 Dec 2015 Reply

    +Shadow Rider
    Actually the U2 was developed in the 1950's by team Skunk Works team from Lockheed. Less stealth, more altitude for both and speed for the YF-12/SR-71. Regardless, all are pretty cool in terms of flight and accomplishment. The original flying wing (YB-49) was a disaster and killed the crew. The use of computers are now correcting the yaw problems in flight the original had.

  55. Shadow Rider 20 Dec 2015 Reply

    +Dick Trump correct.
    Which is what caused the "Spirit of Missouri" B2 to crash shortly after takeoff from Guam.

    The computer was contaminated by the moist, salt air from the ocean.
    When the plane took off, the computer sensed a stall, which the pilot tried to correct, but again, the computer over corrected and was not recoverable.
    Both pilots ejected safely.

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