A new Way to Fly


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Those of you who were in the service or like boats and planes will appreciate this.
Be sure to scroll all the way down and see the 3 carriers and the new fighter jet.
The specs are awesome.

Talk about whip lash. Credit should be given to the female pilot.

Great pictures…Boeing does it again…

3 Carrier Groups and Boeing 797 – A New Way To Fly

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The plane in these pictures is still officially the ‘Air Vehicle Number 1′, a prototype, on board the USS George Washington CVN-73 for catapult fit checks. Not exactly still Top Secret but certainly not yet made public..

It will be known as the F/A-37. Although specs are classified, it is believed to be Mach 3.5 (top speed in the Mach 4 range) super-cruise stealth fighter/bomber/interceptor with approximately a 4,000nm range. Awesome!

Check out the Navy test pilot in the cockpit of the F/A-37..LT Kara Wade.

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  • Rudy

    This is a hoax…see snopes.com
    http://www.snopes.com/photos/airplane/a37.asp

    Was done by Hollywood folks in 2004 making the 2005 movie ‘Stealth’ about robotic stealh planes attacking friendly forces.

    The mockup F-37 was hoisted onboard the USS Abraham Lincoln while in San Diego and scenes were made with the assistance of the Navy.

    Looks like new super secret stealth plane, but only a Hollywood movie prop…darn!

  • Wabler

    Thank you! I really appreciate you doing the research on this one.


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