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Originally posted by planeman
Yeah, it's British. Pretty good condition -may not be a write-off.
I'm surprised he didn't ditch the ASRAAM under the wings although the abscence of any AMRAAM under the fuselage suggests he ditched those. Would have been nasty if he'd had the AMRAAM under the belly on landing as they would probably come detached and bounce off the rear landing gear etc...
Also, note that he has the inflight refuelling probe extended - does this imply that the hydrallics for the probe and the front landing gear are a linked system? Or would he use the probe to increase drag?
[edit on 4-2-2006 by planeman]
Originally posted by Stealth Spy
From the pics it looks as if the engine blew out during this crash land as well.
Originally posted by Janus
Is it a British Euro Fighter? No markings i can see, any one know?
Originally posted by waynos
Janus, they do. And they are there on the fuselage, in between the two boxes with three red 'X's in them. They are hard to see because they are of the 'low viz' type which is very manfully described as being 'pink and powder blue', ducky