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    Stealth bomber at Edwards Airforce Base


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    Look in south direction of this place. About 2km south. There is bigger surprise than B2. You could see new X-32 the only on prototype of this stealth fighter.


    I although found old U2 spy aircraft 0,5km west from the B2 and F-177 fighter 0,85km north west from the X-32. Found although some kind of former experimental plane 1,25 west from B2 plane but I forgot it's name.

    That air base looks like especially prepared to test and repair special military aircrafts because near the place the B2 bomber is standing are situated special concret positions to test jet engines.

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    cool stuff!

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    The plane is so good at stealth that I can't see it! Must have been updated out. And how about the pair of SR-71's and the U-2 on display to the south?
    Last edited by gunsgt1863; 06-13-2006 at 05:07 PM.

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    Moved it to the outdated items.
    You search it, I will find it!

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    Thats not Edwards. It lockheed Martin Skunk works.....you the place where all our top secrect airplanes come from.

    Chris

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    That's why McMaster moved it to the outdated category 4 months ago...

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