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25 Dec 2016 admin In G+ Posts

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  1. Gerry Turcot 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    wonder what they are looking for with all these versions. they shurerly look nice.

  2. Mercedes Benz 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Gerry Turcot​ What do you mean, "all these versions?"are you mistaking it for an F-35?

  3. Gerry Turcot 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    they keep changing their aims.. they should stick to one and go more deepers in their search.

  4. Mercedes Benz 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Gerry Turcot Well, once they deem that they've learned all that there is to learn with one, they build another.

  5. T Mac 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    Cool…

  6. Gerry Turcot 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    guess ure right, thnx for informing me.

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  8. Clifford Toney 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    Did the X- 36 ever fly? Or is this an RC model?

  9. Mercedes Benz 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Clifford Toney​ It was only ever a model to begin with; yes, it's flown before.

  10. Demetrius Starlim 27 Dec 2016 Reply

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  12. Clifford Toney 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Mercedes Benz. Thanks. From the photo, it looked like an RC model. Is it still flying? Do they have a production line version in the works?

  13. Mercedes Benz 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Clifford Toney No, not at all. This UAV was an aerodynamic design research vehicle, if I remember correctly, and things learned in its design have been applied to future (now current) aircraft.

  14. Clifford Toney 28 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Mercedes Benz. Too bad. But I'm glad that they incorporated features from this bird into real aircraft. You gotta admit though, it would make an excellent RC turbine model at a local flying field!

  15. Mercedes Benz 28 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Clifford Toney Oh yes, I've been around RC turbines my whole life, and this could sure be a show-stopper at a field lol.

  16. Demetrius Starlim 14 Jan 2017 Reply

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