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IT COULD HAVE BEEN: LOCKHEED’S FORGOTTEN SENIOR PEG STEALTH BOMBER

Hey guys! I mentioned earlier in the week that I had a big announcement to make, so here goes- I have been hired on to the Gawker team to be a military technology editor for a subsite of their incredibly … Read the rest of this entry

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IS THE USAF A NEXT GENERATION BOMBER BELIEVER BECAUSE THEY HAVE ALREADY PROVED IT’S WORTH?

It seems that the USAF’s Next Generation Bomber (NGB) program is finally building steam, yet there appears to be very little coal available to throw on the fire. In other words it sounds like the DoD wants to move forward … Read the rest of this entry

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America Needs A Heavy Stealth Revolution

It’s a shame that all of our fighter aircraft that have been designed as “stealth” or low observable have very limited range. Take the F-22 for example, it has about a 550 mile combat radius when supercruising (flying +1 mach without … Read the rest of this entry

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A B-2 APPARENTLY LIMPED HOME FROM GUAM..

As most everything in the “Spirit World” news comes after the fact, but none-the-less: http://www.wpafb.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123269146

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HAS THE USAF FINALLY WOKEN UP FROM IT’S F-35 BINGE?

                  REMEMBER the hangover only gets worse the more and longer you drink! http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/asd/2011/05/12/17.xml&headline=USAF Aircraft Fortunes Rise And Fall&channel=defense Although I am the biggest fan of the regional bomber concept, I like … Read the rest of this entry

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