posted on Jun, 21 2008 @ 01:08 PM
reply to post by Anonymous ATS
It's about 80% down the page. And if the DoD publishes something with the original image data still attached, WITH credit to the photographer, that
has no evidence of being faked, describing something that actually happened - then you darn better well beleive it.
And there cannot be dust because there is no dust, only pebbles. Props on the Osprey can change there pitch to vary amount of thrust made, why have
them blowing dust everywhere when on the ground
, rather than letting the engines idle saving valuable fuel?
Heat blur is a non-issue, take a look at any helicopter photo, very few will have heat blur.
[edit on 21/6/2008 by C0bzz]