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More: Boeing
More: Boeing 757-200 Catfish
More: Palmdale - Production Flight Test Installation AF Plant 42 (PMD / KPMD)
More: USA - California, February 13, 2006
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More: Brian Lockett
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A visitor from United States posted Sat May 8, 2010:
Wow its weird its a very poor experiment with a 75

A visitor from United States posted Tue January 13, 2009:
I thought it was a blended wing body aircraft at first!

A visitor from United States posted Mon June 23, 2008:
Cool

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue June 17, 2008:
And they broke the sound barrier!!!

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Fri September 8, 2006:
Man~ It's Freaky.....

A visitor from Uruguay posted Wed September 6, 2006:
A very different 757. T.B.

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed September 6, 2006:
¿Are they testing new avionics?

A visitor from Luxembourg posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Is it able to fly faster now ? :-) (gp)

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 5, 2006:
It is used to test YF22 avionics and aerodinamics parts

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Makes me sick...

A visitor from Brazil posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Too odd and ugly but she really looks like a bird...

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue September 5, 2006:
What a way to butcher a 757!!

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 5, 2006:
The future is upon us. This is probably the answer to the "What will replace the 757" forum.

It looks better than the 747LCF.

A visitor from Estonia posted Tue September 5, 2006:
I has F-22 nose and wings on it to test them.

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Used to test components of the F-22.

A visitor from Germany posted Tue September 5, 2006:
They are testing the F22 avionics

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 5, 2006:
It has a F-22 Radome on the front, pretty cool.

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Great picture, I think it actually looks pretty sweet.

A visitor from France posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Looks like an F-35 Lightning II nose to me.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue September 5, 2006:
It's the avionics testbed for the F-22 Raptor. Great shot btw.

A visitor from Singapore posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Whoa...this one bites. What ever you do, don't make him angry. Any more info on this will be great. Good photo though

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue September 5, 2006:
It's the F-22 Raptor Testbed

A visitor from Slovakia posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Wow, it looks really funny.... :O)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Awesome looking bird! what will boeing think of next? that looks like a F16 Falcon Nose, does anyone know what this aircraft will be used for?

A visitor from Portugal posted Tue September 5, 2006:
A 757 with an F-22 Raptor nose! Making test to the fighter's radar!

A visitor from Belgium posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Good Photo. That's wrote on her belly. She is used as a testbed for the f22 program.

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Isn't that the 757 that Boeing's using to test the avionics of some new fighter jet?

A visitor from Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Battleship Ajax! There's Emperor Ming attached in the front.

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Tue September 5, 2006:
It looks like a real CAT and a real FISH!!!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Aahh! even a beluga n 747LCF looks beta than dis

A visitor from Sweden posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Hehe,is that a F-16 nose?

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Catfiiiish, catfiiish!

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 5, 2006:
Huh..cant get uglier than that.

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