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Tempting as it may be to believe pictures of just about anything — including a new, top secret U.S. military aircraft — might turn up on the Internet, that isn't the case here. These photographs are not images of a prototype F/A-37 "Talon" aircraft being tested aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington, but pictures taken from the forthcoming motion picture Stealth, described thusly:
An intelligent, next-generation drone fighter plane develops a mind of its own and an American pilot must go up against it.
Stealth promises to be a high octane, glued-to-your-seat, action-packed adventure. It recently ended primary filming in Australia. The movie now moves to post-production, and will be completed and in theatres by 2005.
Although these pictures come from a fictional movie, they were taken aboard a real U.S. aircraft carrier: the USS Abraham Lincoln, which was used for filming while the vessel was at San Diego's Naval Air Station North Island in June 2004.