posted on Feb, 24 2006 @ 04:51 PM
The orange panels were BRIGHT orange, retangular and ran on the top and bottom of the craft. As for ariels ect could not say, but not visible to the
eye if it did. As for the hawk, it is very distinctive because its all black. Totaly black from nose to tail, always flew with some kind of center
line pod (Which i just thought was a long thin fuel pod) but the wings were clean with no pylons on them. As for the markings of the hawk, there
didn't appear to be any in colour ie like RAF flashes ect, to the naked eye it was just black all over, not even having any colour on the top or any
Noise wise, very quiet more of a swooshing sound than a jet scream, the hawk was much more audible. The time on the ferry to the isle of man it
passed over at medium alt in level flight on a bright sunny summers day. Me and G/F got a view through binos, and the orange actually makes it very
hard to see... cannot explain why, but it makes you look at the orange and not the shape.. thats the best way i can put it.
Oh and just a quick note for plane man about my credability : For months ive been telling folks about the corax and its swept wing version, and people
just went "yeah yeah sure there is" but Oh look a picture of a swept wing corax.... Warton folks. Thats where this stuffs hiding out.
[edit on 24-2-2006 by MadGreebo]