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    Taken in Stratford near the Helo factory ..

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    Or more likely...a normal helo in some sort of protective packaging?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hildemel View Post
    Or more likely...a normal helo in some sort of protective packaging?
    Nice try !

    It has heated a few forum, but is it just an green UH-60M with its upturned exhaust fresh from factory with a wrap around plastic protection...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIR ONE View Post
    Nice try !

    It has heated a few forum, but is it just an green UH-60M with its upturned exhaust fresh from factory with a wrap around plastic protection...
    Nah, prop for Transformers film.. fo'sho.

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    is that the Chopper from Neptune Spear?

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    It does seem however that the rear landing gear is a bit more forward than that of a regular Blackhawk.

    Having said that I find it a bit odd that the US would transport a super secret program in the middle of the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by flanker7 View Post
    It does seem however that the rear landing gear is a bit more forward than that of a regular Blackhawk.

    Having said that I find it a bit odd that the US would transport a super secret program in the middle of the day
    What better way to hide something than in plain sight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nacho-Libre View Post
    What better way to hide something than in plain sight?
    but they don't try to hide it. It does not exist... you don't roll a thing that "does not exist" in plain sight

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    Star wars prop.....

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    So elusive that they're just leaving them in car parks..


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    ..and apparently unguarded, at what looks like a civilian facility for maintenance, repair, and testing.

    Quote Originally Posted by AIR ONE View Post
    It has heated a few forum,
    Yeah, just because some people on a website hype of a picture of a helicopter wrapped up in something, doesn't make it true.
    If you hear galloping go ahead and think Horsey, not Zebra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nacho-Libre View Post
    What better way to hide something than in plain sight?
    It's not bloody Keyser Söze.

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    At first I ws like:



    ...but then I was like:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hildemel View Post
    Or more likely...a normal helo in some sort of protective packaging?
    Most likely just a HH-60 with the horizontal stab folded up for transport

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