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| A visitor from - posted Sun July 6, 2014:|
If you have not been to the National Museum of the United States Air Force, you must go! Truly an inspiration and amazing place!
| A visitor from United States posted Sat January 4, 2014:|
I've seen the Bird of Prey at the US Air Force Museum in Dayton. Its hanging from the ceiling right above the test copy of the F-22 Raptor. Every aviation fan in the world should make it to the US Air Force Museum in the states once in their life. Words can't describe it.
| A visitor from - posted Wed October 24, 2012:|
Ejection seat is not a good idea
| A visitor from France posted Wed July 4, 2012:|
Anyone remember that 80s movie Flight of the Navigator?
| A visitor from - posted Wed March 28, 2012:|
The intake is behind the pilots head! Too scary for me. Great contribution!
| A visitor from - posted Mon October 3, 2011:|
This is the unsuccessful one. Can you imagine the one that they put into production? Oh puhleeze ! Of course they did.
| A visitor from Brazil posted Thu January 6, 2011:|
Damn, a ufo! get me outta here!!!!!!!!!!!
| A visitor from Poland posted Sun October 17, 2010:|
EDI : call sign 'Tinman :)
| A visitor from United States posted Sun October 17, 2010:|
The year 2000 already passed :}
| A visitor from - posted Mon September 13, 2010:|
I honestly thought this was just a small assembled part of a fighter , ready to have its wings and fins attached. Pretty cool.
| A visitor from Costa Rica posted Mon September 13, 2010:|
Wow, Does that thing fly? Looks like some drawing in an old book of how things "are" (were) going to look in the year 2000. :-)
| A visitor from United States posted Tue May 11, 2010:|
This shape is the exact same shape of the plane from the movie "Stealth".
| A visitor from - posted Sun November 22, 2009:|
It looks kind of like what i saw in the sky over chelsea the only difference no worm hole like trail is fallowing it from behind
| A visitor from United States posted Wed April 15, 2009:|
Very smooth surface finish on this aircraft results in exceptional stealth capabilities second to none. It is probably the most stealthy aircraft known. RCS is smaller or comparable to a mosquito!