posted on Dec, 17 2017 @ 01:33 PM
a reply to: gariac
The article referred only to the two HAVE BLUE crashes. The first aircraft had been sufficiently intact after the accident that years later some
people thought it might be possible to dig it up and restore it for static display. The second airframe was completely destroyed upon impact. The
burial site of HB1001 was apparently not found and may be under a now-paved road.
One faulty detail in the article is in the opening paragraphs. HAVE BLUE was not the same as the "Hopeless Diamond." Most of the early Harvey concepts
featured rounded edges. The "Hopeless Diamond" was the baseline fully faceted test shape.