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How To Dispose Of A F-117 Bomber (5 pics)

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  • 9 Dec, 2014  |
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Planes aren't exactly the type of thing you can just throw in a dumpster and forget about. Getting rid of one of these things is a process and it takes a lot of work.

1 How To Dispose Of A F-117 Bomber (5 pics)


2 How To Dispose Of A F-117 Bomber (5 pics)


3 How To Dispose Of A F-117 Bomber (5 pics)


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№1 Author: morrel2 (9 Dec 2014 02:36) Total user comments: 682


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Even if it's not working, why destroy it?
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№2 Author: No1 (9 Dec 2014 06:25) Total user comments: 1467


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To keep little pieces of the stealth material from ending up in other government's hands. Every inch of the plane will be crushed and put into barrels.
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№3 Author: Aindy (9 Dec 2014 11:21) Total user comments: 2863


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No1,
Rather than get recycled? I doubt it... Also, stealth cant be that hard to come by if several nations have stealth ships.
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№4 Author: Tomaz86 (9 Dec 2014 14:03) Total user comments: 10834


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Ok.
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№5 Author: dvbg (9 Dec 2014 22:13) Total user comments: 23


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This was only one airframe that was scrapped to show/prove how to do it.....The rest are still in ready state mothballing, and some are being flown as testbeds, UAV's and Agressors.
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№6 Author: Lu (10 Dec 2014 00:18) Total user comments: 15100


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Wrecking crane . . nom. . . nom . . . nom . .
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№7 Author: adzhoe (13 Dec 2014 09:42) Total user comments: 15020


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Of course all sensitive electronics have been been removed, all that's left is carbon fiber, I assume. That's not top secret material. Shame they can't part out the landing gear etc.but they got us U.S. taxpayers to pay for it.
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