@ blilov. Afghan may have lots of peeps on it, but they skate on thin ice where flightline photography is concerned. The RQ170 flew for 3 years before it got seen in daylight and photographed.
@ all - hope you all stay well - got a project starting and will be back on the forum on the 10th of eptember 2011. See you all then. Oh and the x37b goes up soon and we expect more iranian and north korea orbits and alot of action from Sprint. Seems they two parts of a very large recon effort for suprise overflights. Stay well, seen you in September.
Good luck with your project....look forward to your return.
Your posts, as usual, are simply awesome.....gives everyone a taste....but doesn't give up any known serious family jewels.
oh no i never talk about the UKs stealth demonstrator. However if you spoke to people outside warton you know it always launched with a hawk in its shadow and always when they ran engine tests on the ground to mask the noisw.
How does the proposed existance of these fit in with Britain's acquisition of the F-35 and the apparent lack of a domestic British fighter program? Is it technology that will be roled out in a UAS (son of Taranis) or a future domestic fighter program (which seems unlikely) or the UK keeping its hand in the technology game or a joint Anglo-American system which simply isn't used in public?