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An Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) demonstrator aircraft is transported on an aircraft elevator aboard the aircraft carrier Harry S. Truman (CVN December Photo by Alan Radecki, U. Navy photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman.

Appunti sulla Horten, la  tecnologia a matrice UFO Alcune indiscrezioni raccontano che questo aereo e la sua tecnologia stealth derivarono dagli studi degli ingegneri germanici sin dagli anni ’30 (i fratelli Horten) in seguito al ritrovamento di UFO  #horten #junkers #stealth #ufo

Appunti sulla Horten, la tecnologia a matrice UFO

The Horten H.IX, RLM designation Ho 229 was a German prototype fighter/bomber designed by Reimar and Walter Horten and built by Gothaer Waggonfabrik late in World War II. It was the first pure flying wing powered by jet engines.

F-35 "Lightning": Feuerprobe für den US-Tarnkappenjet - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Wissenschaft

next generation aircraft are unmanned / the pilot controls from the ground ! Allows MUCH higher G force turns that would cause human pilots to become unconscious

The USS Independence: One of the US Navys newest warships.

The USS Independence: One of the US Navy's newest warships.

Check out the Independence-class LCS - A Rolling Airframe Missile launcher is mounted above the hangar for short-range defense against aircraft and cruise missiles, and gun mounts are provided topside: Littoral Combat, Newest Warships, Navy Sh

UH-46D Sea Knight after crashing into USS Suribachi when offloading ammunition 1992 [804x949]

Sea Knight after crashing into USS Suribachi when offloading ammunition 1992


My Uncle Denis, pilot of the plane time forgot: First pictures of the man who crash-landed in his plane in the Sahara and then walked off across the sands to his death

May 2012 - An RAF fighter plane thought lost in the sands of time after its pilot crash landed in the desert during World War has been discovered in what has been described as the "aviation equivalent of Tutankhamun's Tomb".

Eject eject eject  Capt. Stricklin initiated ejection with his left hand at 140ft of altitude, with a descent rate of about 8400 feet per minute. His airspeed was about 225kts which is about 260 miles per hour. Technically this was probably an out of envelope ejection due to the high descent rate and low altitude.

USAF Thunderbirds Captain Chris Stricklin ejects from his There were no injuries on the ground, and the Captain walked away with scratches. Not the jet though.

Why Navy Planes Have Tailhooks

Thank God for Tailhooks. Navy Cougar just hanging around for a thrilling…

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The future: the US Navy lands fighter jet sized drone on aircraft carrier for the first time - amazing day for aviation, July, 2013

USS Intrepid Aircraft Carrier by seth_holladay, via Flickr

USS Intrepid (CV now an Aircraft Carrier Aircraft Museum in New York City